Where did the post-war politics of memory lead to? East Central Europe, 1918-1945

We would like to announce our next key-note speaker during Conference in Kraków: Professor Maciej Górny (Polisk Academy of Science in Warsaw). Where did the post-war politics of memory lead to? East Central Europe, 1918-1945 The long shadow of the Great War has been topic to historical study for many years. Scholars such as Jay... Continue Reading →

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Violence, State and Society in Post-Ottoman Lands

We are honoured to announce that our next key-note speaker will be Professor Hamit Bozarslan affiliated with École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris. Violence, State and Society in Post-Ottoman Lands The Ottoman Empire ended in the ashes of war and genocide, but the post-Ottoman Near-East shaped by the Allies has been neither... Continue Reading →

(Post)Habsburg variations. State persistence, continuity and imperial legacies within the Habsburg successor states

This is our pleasure to introduce our first key-note speaker during the Conference "The War That Never Ended": Professor Gábor Egry from Hungarian Academy of Science. (Post)Habsburg variations. State persistence, continuity and imperial legacies within the Habsburg successor states Questions of statehood has a specific salience within the understanding of the successor states of the... Continue Reading →

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