The seventh conference Genealogies of Memory in Central and Eastern Europe took place on 6-8 December in Warsaw. During the three-day event, over 180 scholars from 70 institutions and 19 countries discussed the relationships between image, history and memory and the various roles of images concerning memory.
Chair: Joanna Wawrzyniak (Poland)
Vitalii Ogiienko (Ukraine), Image of the Starving Little Girl: From Initial Traumatic Holodomor Experience to Media Icon
Andrei Nacu (Romania), The Relation between the Family Album and the Re-evaluation of Romania’s Communist Past
Filip Lipiński (Poland), Stratified Image. Medium, Construction and Memory in Frank Stella’s Polish Villages
Florin Abraham (Romania), Histor(iograph)y and Memory in ‘PostTruth Era’. Towards a European Public Sphere? Some Theoretical Considerations
Written Presentation: Tomasz Szerszeń (Poland), Memory, Photography, History. Post-Soviet Auto-photo-biographies
Commentary: Luiza Nader (Poland)