Kolloquium des Imre Kertész Kollegs // Sommersemester 2018

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

9. April 2018

Lidia Zessin-Jurek: Holocaust or Gulag survivors? The unsettled memory of the Polish Jewish exiles to the Soviet Union

16. April 2018

Mark Jones: Founding Weimar. A French History of the German Revolution

23. April 2018

Friederike Kind-Kovács: Maps, Food Tickets and Handkerchiefs: The Materiality of Child Relief

7. Mai 2018

Adrian Mitter: The Free City of Danzig Revisited - Multiple Perspectives on the History of a Transnational Space

14. Mai 2018

Joanna Wawrzyniak: After Shock Therapy: Work and Nostalgia in (Post)Socialist Industry

28. Mai 2018

Tatjana Tönsmeyer: European societies under stress - Living under occupation under World War II

4. Juni 2018

Jan Arend: Stress between Late Socialism and Transformation How East German and Czechoslovak/Czech societies dealt with tension and strain, 1970-2000

11. Juni 2018

Martin Schulze Wessel: Memory of WWII in Central and Eastern Europe. Monuments, Memorial Sites, and Museums

18. Juni 2018

Tomas Balkelis: Vilnius in 1918-1919: A Frontier City in War, Nation-Making and Revolution

25. Juni 2018

Vello Pettai: Framing the Past as Future: the Genesis of Legal Restorationism in Estonia, 1988-1991

2. Juli 2018

Andrii Portnov​: Wołyn 1943. The Volhynian Massacre in Polish-Ukrainian-Russian Triangle of Memory

9. Juli 2018

Mikołaj Kunicki: Making History and Entertaining Patriots: National Communist Cinema in People's Poland and Beyond

16. Juli 2018

Jan Mervart: Titel folgt in Kürze