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Panel discussion: Glue or solvent? Memory politics and the future of Europe

How are historical narratives instrumentalized in the post-Soviet region?

The panel discussion following on Alexis Miller’s presentation was titled "Glue or solvent? Memory politics and the future of Europe". Facilitated by Jochen Hellbeck, Rutgers University, ...

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Nelly Corbel?

Nelly Corbel (Paris / Cairo) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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JO Europe

Dominik Imeraj, Stadtverordneter von der Wählervereinigung "Junges Offenbach e. V." (JO), spricht über die Vorzüge der Europäischen Union und erzählt, warum er die Europawahl wichtig ...

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Poland: Eurosceptics on track for Europe

Our Poland correspondent Olivia Kortas discusses their chances and topics dominating the Polish election campaign.

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Panel 7 - Spaces and Protagonists of Memory

In Panel 7 it was discussed who the actors of memory in Central and Eastern Europe are and which institutions manifest memory in public space.

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Boris Jokić?

Boris Jocić (Zagreb) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Michalis Kakos?

Michalis Kakos (Leeds) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Karolina Wigura?

Karolina Wigura (Warsaw) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Jan-Werner Müller?

Jan-Werner Müller (Princeton), is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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What was your most important motive to join NECE, Claudia Lenz?

Claudia Lenz (Oslo), is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

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Keynote: Alexei Miller

Memory politics and memory wars in postcommunist Europe and their impact on European memory culture

Alexei Miller’s introductory keynote titled "Memory politics and memory wars in post-communist Europe and their impact on European memory culture" contained provocative elements. His main ...

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Concluding Discussion: Transcultural Memory in Europe – Challenges for the Future

In the Concluding Panel it was discussed if a transboundary culture of remembrance is possible in Europe and how also diverging national interpretations can be included.

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Political Culture in Europe 1918 to 1939

1918 – 1938 – 2018 – Beginn eines autoritären Jahrhunderts?

Margaret MacMillan (Oxford University) - The Long Shadow of the Paris Peace Treaties of 1919 and the Impact on Europe in 2018

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Concluding discussion: Perspectives

Marry Theory and Practice

The concluding panel referred to various topics highlighted by the conference and linked theory to everyday practice. Florian Kührer-Wielach put forward a provocative introductory thesis: ...

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Mapping Memories: Babyn Jar and other "forgotten” sites of the Holocaust - Poland and the Soviet Union

This is the audio recording of the discussion panel "Poland and the Soviet Union", a part of the international conference "Mapping Memories" on October 17, 2017 in Kyiv.

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