Jean-Marc Dreyfus is reader in history and in Holocaust studies at the University of Manchester (History Division). He was a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre for European Studies, Harvard and the Centre Marc-Bloch in Berlin. His research considers the Holocaust and genocides, Jewish history in Europe and post-mass violence exhumations and identification of corpses. He has recently edited a special issue of the European Review of History, on ‘Traces, memory and the Holocaust in the writings of WG Sebald. He is the co-organizer (with Elisabeth Anstett) of the ERC research programme ‘Corpses of mass violence and genocide’ (www.corpsesofmassviolence.eu). He currently holds a senior research fellowship from the British Academy.
Le catalogue Goering (The Goering Catalogue), with a preface by Laurent Fabius (Paris: Flammarion, September 2015)
Une mauvaise réputation : le docteur Julius Hallervorden et sa collection de cerveaux dans la République Fédérale d’Allemagne’ (A bad reputation : Dr. Julius Hallervorden and his collection of brains in the Federal Republic of Germany), XXme Siècle. Revue d’Histoire, n° 128 (forthcoming September 2016)
Too Many Laws? - John Cooper - Judges should fix bad laws
"The arts and humanities need to be defended and we must fight for the freedom to extend barriers, not merely to work within them. What better arena than The Battle of Ideas?"
Professor Colin Lawson, Director, Royal College of Music