Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century: Comparative Historical Experience

The Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena is an Institute of Advanced Studies, with a thematic focus on the history, culture and societies of twentieth-century Eastern Europe.

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Events

24. June 2019 - 11:00

Upcoming Monday Seminar

Human Rights and History

Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann


13. - 14. June 2019

Annual Conference 2019

Fearing for the Nation: Biopolitics in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century

Research in biopolitics has become a multifaceted academic field in social sciences and the humanities. It is utilized in a variety of disciplines to…

Featured Article

Remembering the Shoah

New Focus Section

edited by Eva-Clarita Pettai & Raphael Utz

The history of the Shoah is one of the most contested, but also dynamically developing fields in Central and Eastern European historical cultures. This special FOCUS gathers all previously published Forum-articles on Shoah remembrance and public debate. At the same time, it remains open-ended and will serve as a continuously complemented repository for future contributions on Shoah-related representations and debates in Central and Eastern Europe.

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New Publications

Das neue Wir

Warum Migration dazugehört: Eine andere Geschichte der Deutschen

Es ist an der Zeit, die Einwanderung nach Deutschland neu zu erzählen – als Teil der deutschen Geschichte nach 1945 und als Erfolgsgeschichte. Denn Deutschland ist längst ein Einwanderungsland wie die USA oder Kanada.

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Bookcover Das neue Wir Jan Plamper

World War II in Croatian and Serbian Narrative Prose (1945–2015)

The book deals with narratives of the war in Croatian and Serbian fiction (1945–2015). It attempts to demonstrate how such narratives have changed over time and what the reasons for such modifications were.

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Book cover World War II in Croatian and Serbian Narrative Prose (1945–2015)
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Fellows

Dr Natalia Aleksiun

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Dr Natalia Aleksiun

Professor Barbara Klich-Kluczewska

Barbara Klich-Kluczewska is an Associate Professor at the Department of History, Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In 2018 she habilitated with the dissertation Rodzina, tabu i komunizm w Polsce (195...

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Professor Barbara Klich-Kluczewska

Professor Joshua A. Sanborn

Joshua Sanborn is the David M. ’70 and Linda Roth Chair of History at Lafayette College. He is a specialist on the history of violence in 20th century Russia and Eastern Europe.

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Professor Joshua A. Sanborn

Professor Paul Hanebrink

Since 2007, Paul Hanebrink has been Associate Professor History and Jewish Studies at Rutgers University. From 2007-2013, he was also Director of the Institute for Hungarian Studies at Rutgers.

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Professor Paul Hanebrink