This workshop is part of the research project "Tribunale. Kriegsverbrechenprozesse im sozialistischen Jugoslawien", which is funded by the Deutsche Forschungemeinschaft (DFG).
20. - 21. February 2020
Venue: Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg
organized by Dr Sabina Ferhadbegović (Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena); in cooperation with Professor Kerstin von Lingen, University of Vienna & Dr Julia Eichenberg, Humboldt University Berlin
“Crimes against peace” and “crimes against humanity” are undoubtedly two elements of crime, which have acquired enormous resonance in the legal and moral discussions in the aftermath of the WWII. They are often associated with the International Military Tribunal and the person of the American chief prosecutor at…
24. October 2019
We are happy to announce that Jochen Böhler’s new book „Civil War in Central Europe. The Reconstruction of Poland 1918–1921“ – the result of his long-term project as research fellow at the Imre Kertész Kolleg – just won the ‚Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies‘ Association of Slavic and Eastern European Studies (ASEEES) as one of two books, which are considered the best in any discipline, on any aspect of Polish affairs published in 2018.
23. October 2019
We are pleased to announce that Holly Case, Professor of History at Brown University, has been honoured with the Hont Prize for Best Book in Intellectual History.
The Kolleg is delighted to congratulate Professor Case, one of our advisory board members, on this great honour!
02. October 2019
We are delighted to announce that Włodzimierz Borodziej, professor for Contemporary History at the Historical Institute of the University of Warsaw and Maciej Górny, professor at the Historical Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, received the 2019 Karol Modzelewski book prize of the Polish Historical Society for their book "Nasza wojna. Tom II, Narody 1917-1923".
The book prize, which was awarded for the first time, is named after one of the key figures of Poland’s Solidarity movement,…