Poland’s Transitional Justice in a Comparative Perspective

The next workshop within the Genealogies of Memory series will take place in Warsaw on 19 October. Ivited panelists: Aleks Szczerbiak, Michał Łuczewski, Karolina Wigura, Kriszta Kovacs, Jarosław Kuisz. 

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Hungary 1956. Faces and objects

An exhibit dedicated to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the reactions it elicited at the time in communist Poland is now open in Warsaw.

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Watch on-line: the Great Crisis animation

The second animated short film for the "Hi-story lessons" is now available!

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2018 Erasmus Internships at the ENRS

Are you interested in 20th-century European history? Would you like to know how work of a project coordinator looks like? Apply for our internship programme.

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Genealogies of Memory in the current issue of EEPS

In its 31 volume, East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures features a special section on the Genealogies of Memory. Its guest editors are Ferenc Laczó and Joanna Wawrzyniak. 

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Read on-line: European Remembrance, 2012-16

The publication features the most significant texts from the annual European Remembrance Symposium.

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