Kolloquium des Imre Kertész Kollegs

Das wöchentliche Forschungskolloquium dient dem regelmäßigen wissenschaftlichen Gespräch über die Forschungsprojekte der Fellows und aktuelle Arbeiten aus den Projektschwerpunkten. Neben Fellows, Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern, lädt das Kolleg regelmäßig externe Gäste ein.

Montags von 11 bis 13 Uhr: Am Planetarium 7, Seminarraum

26. Februar 2018

Éva Kovács: Limits of Universalisation: The European Memory Sites of Genocide

CALL FOR PAPERS

Workshop: Rescue of Jews during the Holocaust in European Memory

Place: Berlin
Venue: Center for Historical Research Berlin of the Polish Academy of Science
Organizers: Dr. Zofia Wóycicka (Center for Historical Research Berlin of the Polish Academy of Science), Dr. Raphael Utz (Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena), German Resistance Memorial Center
Dates: June 27th-29th, 2018
Application deadline: March 18th, 2018

Please find the complete CALL FOR PAPERS here as a pdf file.

Geheime Kommunikationsräume? Die Staatssicherheit an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

© Campus Verlag


Katharina Lenski

Campus Verlag GmbH, 2017
618 Seiten
ISBN-13: 9783593507804
Preis 45,00 Euro

Die Staatssicherheit agierte in der DDR nach 1961, wie Katharina Lenski in ihrer Studie zeigen kann, weniger als Geheimpolizei, sondern vielmehr als Geheimbürokratie. Die Studie beleuchtet das enge Zusammenwirken von Universität und Staatssicherheit, aber auch das Hineinwachsen des Wissenschaftsmilieus in einen Geheimhaltungsraum, der von Feindbildern und von Mauern des Schweigens durchkreuzt war. In diesem dysfunktionalen Kommunikationsraum setzte sich Geheimhaltung als Schlüsselkompetenz durch. Das Buch liefert neue Einsichten zur Wissens- und Organisationsgeschichte im Staatssozialismus und lädt ein, zentrale Fragen des 20. Jahrhunderts neu zu denken.

Call for Papers

 

Transcending the Nostalgic: Deindustrialised Landscapes across Europe

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In the current political atmosphere of Western society there has been a desire to re-establish industrial and manufacturing entities within their countries (The Economist 2013). In the UK, the outcome of the Brexit referendum showed how successful had been the appeal to ‘take back control’ as way to shelter against global change. The image of the closed-down mine or empty factory was displayed prominently within these discussions. Further representations of deindustrialisation in different media and contents have contributed to constructing and reproducing a discourse whose ideological undertones, far from confining it to the realm of symbolic nostalgia, are having profound and differentiated effects.

Rationale

Scholarly interest in processes of deindustrialization has, so far, been mainly concerned with specific sites like abandoned mines or former industrialized territories transformed into post-industrial spaces. Furthermore...more

CALL FOR ARTICLES


Reenactment Case Studies: Global Perspectives on Experiential History

Co-edited by Vanessa Agnew, Sabine Stach and Juliane Tomann

There is growing consensus that historical reenactment embraces a wide range of forms. Reenactment practices and forms share a concern with authenticity, embodiment, affect, the performative and subjective. It might be argued that reenactment exemplifies a transnational form of popular historical knowledge making, representation and commemoration. Yet, in terms of its historical subject matter, practices, styles, and subcultures, reenactment is often nationally inflected. Many countries demonstrate long traditions of battle restaging, pilgrimages and living histories practices that seek to advance discrete local, regional and state-bound interests.

With a view to producing the most comprehensive and globally comparative account of historical reenactment to date, we invite contributions that focus on contemporary case studies of reenactment from around the world.

First abstracts and a short biography should be submitted by 15 February 2018. The volume will be submitted to Routledge Press early in 2019.

Please find the complete Call for Articles here as a pdf file.

Europas Osten im 20. Jahrhundert, Bd. 7

Catastrophe & Utopia

Ferenc Laczó & Joachim von Puttkamer (Hrsg.)

Catastrophe and Utopia
Jewish Intellectuals in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1930s and 1940s

München, De Gruyter/ Oldenbourg Verlag
erschienen 11/2017
ISBN 978-3-11-055934-7
355 Seiten
Preise: 49,95 €

Catastrophe and Utopia studies the biographical trajectories, intellectual agendas, and major accomplishments of select Jewish intellectuals during the age of Nazism, and the partly simultaneous, partly subsequent period of incipient Stalinization. Please find more information in our section Publications.