Review of Nadège Ragaru, “Et les Juifs bulgares furent sauvés…” Une histoire des savoirs sur la Shoah en Bulgarie

Published: Aug 27, 2022
Bulgaria Greece Holocaust memory
Henriette-Rika Benveniste

Review of Nadège Ragaru, “Et les Juifs bulgares furent sauvés…” Une histoire des savoirs sur la Shoah en Bulgarie. Paris: Sciences Po Les Presses, 2020. 382 pp.

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Henriette-Rika Benveniste, University of Thessaly

Henriette-Rika Benveniste was born in Salonica in 1959. She studied History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and completed her doctoral studies in Medieval History at the Université de Sorbonne (Paris I, Panthéon). She has taught at the Ionian University and the University of the Aegean and she is now a Professor of European Medieval History at the University of Thessaly. She has published several articles on the judicial archives, on the relations between Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages and on the Historiography of the Holocaust. Her recent books are Από τους Βαρβάρους στους Μοντέρνους: Κοινωνική ιστορία και ιστοριογραφικά προβλήματα της μεσαιωνικής Δύσης [From the barbarians to the moderns: social history and historiography of the Middle Ages (Athens, 2007) and Αυτοί που επέζησαν: Αντίσταση, εκτόπιση, επιστροφή. Θεσσαλονικείς Εβραίοι στη δεκαετία του 1940 [Those who survived: resistance, deportation, return. Jews of Salonika in the 1940s] (Athens, 2014) (in German as: Die Überlebenden. Widerstand, Deportation, Rückkehr. Juden aus Thessaloniki in den 1940er Jahren [Berlin, 2016]). Her research interests include historical anthropology of the Middle Ages, Jewish history and historiography, history of the Holocaust and postwar Jewish history.

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