This year's edition of the conference 'Genealogies of Memory' has ended! For three days scholars from a variety of countries discussed different ways of remembering and interpreting historical events and their influence on international relations.
12th edition of the conference was entitled 'History and Memory in International Relations'. It gathered dozens participants, both online at the University of Warsaw Library and online. Selected panels of the event were live streamed on our Facebook page:
Keynote lecture 'Geopolitics, History and Memory Games: Jumping from the 20th to the 21st Century'by Georges Mink
Keynote lecture 'History in International Relations: A Roadmap or Just a Context?'by Beata Ociepka
Panel 'Russia – Ukraine: Memory Wars'with Tina Peresunko, Nadija Honcharenko, Oleksandr Svyetlov and Jade McGlynn
Keynote lecture 'Historical Memory and Wars: From Ukraine to Taiwan'by Zheng Wang
Roundtable 'The Future of (Using) the Past in International Relations'with Kathrin Bachleitner, Łukasz Kamiński, Marek Kornat, Jie-Hyun Lim and Maria Mälksoo
We wish to thank everyone who contributed to this year's edition of the event! Thank you to all the participants and speakers, both on site and online, for sharing experiences, exchanging ideas and creating an amtosphere of cooperation and understanding.
We would also thank our wonderful partners: Wydział Socjologii Uniwersytet Warszawski , College of Europe in Natolin , Seton Hall University , ZOiS - Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien and The Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, University of Oxford.
The conference is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and co-funded by the European Union.