REMEMBRANCE AND SOLIDARITY

Studies in 20th Century European History

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CONTENTS

Editors' Preface by Florin Abraham and Réka Földváryné Kiss


I. ARTICLES

A Clue to What is Missing: a Phenomenology of 20th-century Violence by Christian Wevelsiep

'I'll shoot every priest': Violence against the Catholic Church in Warsaw during the Occupation in the Testimonies Given to the Central Commission for the Investigation of German Crimes in Poland by Karol Kalinowski

James Connolly's Bloodstained Vest: Mediating Death and Violence in Commemorative Exhibitions by Siobhán Doyle

The Trauma of 'Enforced Disappearance' as a Topic in Central European Fiction after 1989 by Petra James

Control through Fear – the Enemy at the Gatest the Case of Albania by Afrim Krasniqi

Testing the Limits of Manipulation: Children as a Propaganda Tool in Serbian and Croatian Media during the Yugoslav Wars (1991–95) by Ivana Polić

Remediating Violence: Second World War memory on Wikipedia by Mykola Makhortykh

Teaching the Armenian Genocide: a Comparative Analysis of National History Curriculums and History Textbooks in Turkey, Armenia and France by Öykü Gürpınar


II. LECTURES FROM THE SYMPOSIUM 'VIOLENCE IN 20TH-CENTURY EUROPEAN HISTORY: COMMEMORATING, DOCUMENTING, EDUCATING' IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 2017

Theoretical Issues of Violence: Defining Violence and Types of Violence in the 20th Century by Michel Wieviorka

Violence in Western Europe in the 20th Century by Arnold Suppan

Is There a Specific Eastern European Perspective on Violence in the 20th Century? by Andrzej Nowak

From the Memory of Violence to the Violence of Memory by Jeffrey K. Olick

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