European Remembrance Symposium 2019: closing remarks
Prof. Marek Cichocki, Prof. Dan Dungaciu, Prof. Anne Deighton, Prof. Jörn Leonhard, Prof. Martin Pekár, Prof. Attila Pók and Gemma Pörzgen (moderator) at the 7th European Remembrance Symposium in Bucharest. The event was organised by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (www.enrs.eu). Attended by over 200 representatives from over 100 institutions dealing with the history of the 20th century, it was dedicated to the remembrance and consequences of the First World War in Europe.
The goal of European Remembrance Symposium is to exchange experiences and establish methods and forms of cooperation between institutions from different countries. Representatives of European historical institutions are invited to discuss the challenges facing Europe’s idea of culture of remembrance. The meetings are open to all professionals dealing with 20th-century European history.
A series of European Remembrance symposiums was launched in September 2012 in Gdańsk. Subsequent editions took place in Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Brussels.
Four groups of students from different European countries. Four artists. History of the Ravensbruck Concentration Camp.
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Sound in the Silence is an intercultural and international remembrance initiative coordinated by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in cooperation with MOTTE. This year's edition partners included as well: the Ravensbruck Memorial Site and Ustav Pamati Naroda.
Director: Daniel Dluhy
Director's Assistant: Juliana Gubisova
Sound recordist and mixer: Samo Skubla
Péter Mansfeld was the youngest victim of repression after the 1956 revolution in Hungary. He was hanged at barely the age of 18.
The aim of the 8th conference within the Genealogies of Memory framework was to highlight the intricate links between religion and memory. The latest reflections and research findings were showcased by scholars from over 20 countries. The conference took place in Warsaw between 16 and 18 October 2018.
Dr Michał Łuczewski (Centre for the Thought of John Paul II, Warsaw)
Prof. Paweł Śpiewak (Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw)
Prof. Grace Davie (University of Exeter)
Prof. Kathy Rousselet (Center for International Studies, Sciences Po, Paris)
Moderators: Dr Zuzanna Bogumił & Dr Yuliya Yurchuk