Olga Kartashova is a PhD candidate in Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University. Her research focuses on Eastern European Holocaust history, its aftermath, memory, historiography, and trials. She is writing a dissertation on the role of international Jewish networks in postwar justice with a focus on Poland under the supervision of Professor David Engel. Prior to her candidacy, Olga received a bachelor of arts in Polish and Jewish studies from the University of Wrocław, a master of arts in comparative history from Central European University, and a master of arts in Holocaust studies from Haifa University. In 2020, Olga worked as a researcher at the USHMM Mandel Center on a project broadly devoted to genocide and justice, with a focus on legal aspects of the history of the Holocaust. In 2021, she began leading a monthly seminar on the East European and Jewish roots of international law, in cooperation with the Minerva Center for Human Rights at Tel Aviv University, where she was a visiting fellow during 2021-2022. Olga is a recipient of a number of prestigious fellowships, including the Saul Kagan Claims Conference Fellowship for Advanced Shoah Studies, the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History in Munich, the Manya Friedmann Memorial Fellowship at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, at Dubnow Institute in Leipzig, as well as from EHRI in the Wiener Library Archives in London. She works with sources in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, English, German, and Yiddish. She is also engaged in digital humanities and exploring ways to incorporate technology into Holocaust research, archives, and museums.