The second edition of the Symposium “European Remembrance” in Berlin was attended by more than 200 representatives of 23 European countries and 120 key institutions focusing on research and proliferation of historical knowledge and on developing the culture of memory.
How much transnational cooperation does European Remembrance require?
European Remembrance Symposium 2013
10-12 October 2013, Berlin
Symposium / Berlin 2013
Basil Kerski, Director of European Solidarity Centre
Rafal Rogulski, Director of European Network Remembrance and Solidarity Secretariat
Opening lectures: European Remembrance. A comparison between East and West
Introduction to the Symposium
European caesuras 1914-1939-1989. Dominant remembrance narratives in Europe
György Dalos - commentary
Each nation has its historical perspective. Caesuras and parallels in Europe´s past and in our remembering
Moderator: Ulrich Mählert
Transfer to the German Historical Museum
Tour of the German Historical Museum
Reception at the Museum
How much transnational cooperation does European remembrance require? What do we know about each other?
Wolf Kaiser, Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz
Challenges to and deficits in European Networking. Presentation of different networks in Europe
Johannes Bach Rasmussen, Baltic Initiative and Network
Jiří Sýkora, Visegrád-Fund
Vesna Teršelič, Initiative for RECOM
Moderator: Rafał Rogulski
Lecture: European Remembrance