Vincent Artuso (born July 15th 1980) is currently a Research Fellow at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH). He holds a PhD in history from the Université Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne and the University of Luxembourg. His thesis, defended in 2011, examined the modalities of collaboration with the Nazi regime in occupied Luxembourg during WW2. In 2013 he was commissioned by the University of Luxembourg to write a report on collaboration of Luxembourg authorities to the anti-Semitic persecutions of the Nazi occupation regime. The report was handed over to the Luxembourg Prime Minister in February 2015. Its conclusions led the Luxembourg Government and Parliament to apologize to the Jewish Community in June 2015. Since July 2016 he is part of the LUXSTAPOJE (Luxembourg State Policy towards Jews) team, a research project analysing the attitude of Luxembourg authorities towards Jewish migrants, from the 1930s to the 1950s. He also teaches courses on the history, historiography and memory of WW2 to Bachelor and Master Students at the University of Luxembourg.
Main research interests: contemporary Luxembourg history, World War 2, collaboration, Jewish history