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.
21. - 22. March 2024
Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde führt in Kooperation mit dem Imre Kertész Kolleg die Jahrestagung 2024 an der…
Die Jahrestagung stellt zur Diskussion, inwiefern postkoloniale Ansätze gegenüber der Imperiumsforschung neue Erkenntnisse zur Erklärung von Politik…
by Violeta Davoliūtė
The reaction of the Baltic states to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine has been debated among academics as a 'postcolonial moment of sorts' as it triggered a new wave of anti-Soviet(Russian) iconoclasm across the region. The article focuses on the politics surrounding the latest wave of dismantling and renaming of monuments, public spaces and paradigms in Lithuania, discussing the arguments and actors involved as well as their motivations.
Nataliia Zalietok works in the fields of Women’s and Gender History, Comparative History, and Archival Science.
Kateryna Burkush is a social historian of labour in the late Soviet Union.
Jan Zofka is a Historian of Eastern Europe whose recent research focuses on transnational and global dimensions of socialist industrialization processes during the 1950s.
Irina Shcherbakova is a historian and human rights activist. She is a founding member of Memorial, where she is the director of the youth and education programms and a member of the International Memo...