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PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on April 8th

At this PoSoCoMeS seminar on 8 April 2024, Monday, 5.30 pm (CET), Timothy Williams discusses his book entitled “The Complexity of Evil. Perpetration and Genocide” (Rutgers University Press, 2020) with Jonathan Leader Maynard.

Zoom link:  https://lmu-munich.zoom-x.de/j/61182078743?pwd=TEpTM1BGRGZueXkyekpTaGpvU2tMUT09

About the book

Why do people participate in genocide? […]

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on April 8th2024-04-08T09:27:22+00:00

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on January 8th

At the monthly PoSoCoMeS seminar on 8 January 2024, Monday, 5.30 pm (CET), Veronika PeheJoanna Wawrzyniak, Jogilė Ulinskaitė and Ute Hirsekorn discuss the neoliberal turn and collective memory in Eastern Europe after 1989.

Zoom link:  https://lmu-munich.zoom-x.de/j/61182078743?pwd=TEpTM1BGRGZueXkyekpTaGpvU2tMUT09

About the book

How are the post-1989 economic […]
PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on January 8th2024-01-02T13:23:41+00:00

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on December 4th

At the monthly PoSoCoMeS seminar on 4 December 2023, Monday, 5.30 pm (CET), historians Diana Cucuz and Katarzyna Stańczak-Wiślicz discuss how during the early Cold War, USIA officials used idealized images of American women as happy, fulfilled, and feminine wives, mothers, and homemakers to showcase a […]

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on December 4th2023-10-30T10:20:58+00:00

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on November 6th

At the monthly PoSoCoMeS seminar on 6 November 2023, Monday, 5.30 pm (CET), Beata Nessel-Łukasik discusses the complicated intersection of history, commemoration, and victimization in museums constructed after 1991 in former communist countries that deal with their communist experience, with Stephen Norris, the editor of the book under discussion: […]

PoSoCoMeS Online Seminar on November 6th2023-10-30T09:56:51+00:00

The 2nd PoSoCoMeS Conference: Program and registration

The 2nd PoSoCoMeS Conference “Post-Socialist Memory Cultures in Transition” is approaching. It will be held at Tallinn University in Estonia on 20-23 September, and is hosted by the project “Translating Memories: The Eastern European Past in the Global Arena”.
The full program is now available here.
Many of PoSoCoMeS members and our colleagues are coming […]
The 2nd PoSoCoMeS Conference: Program and registration2023-09-01T14:26:05+00:00

CfP for a journal special issue: Dialogic Remembering beyond Reconciliation: Politics, Practices, and Potentialities

Call for papers for a journal special issue

Dialogic Remembering beyond Reconciliation: Politics, Practices, and Potentialities

 Guest editors: Ksenia Robbe, Andrei Zavadski, and Agnieszka Mrozik

In our age of human rights, ‘reconciliation’ has been an aspiration of virtually all post-conflict societies or states that ‘transitioned’ from colonial, dictatorial or authoritarian […]

CfP for a journal special issue: Dialogic Remembering beyond Reconciliation: Politics, Practices, and Potentialities2023-02-20T11:12:13+00:00

CfP: Post-Socialist Memory Cultures in Transition, 20–23 September 2023, Tallinn (DEADLINE EXTENDED: 10.02.2023)

2nd PoSoCoMeS – MSA Working Group conference (20–23 September 2023, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia)

CfP: Post-Socialist Memory Cultures in Transition

(Submission deadline: 10.02.2023)

Following its highly successful 2020 […]

CfP: Post-Socialist Memory Cultures in Transition, 20–23 September 2023, Tallinn (DEADLINE EXTENDED: 10.02.2023)2023-01-30T08:19:04+00:00
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