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02. June 2016 12:00
VWI goes to...Filip Erdeljac: Discovering Non-Elite Interpretations of National Politics and Mass Violence
VWI goes to the Institute for Eastern European History My research explores how ordinary people interpreted the ideologies promoted by national and political leaders. I consider how peasants and workers engaged with national politics and mass violence in interwar and World War II Cro...Weiterlesen...
15. June 2016 18:00
VWI goes to...Ferenc Erős: From War Neurosis to Holocaust Trauma
VWI goes to the Sigmund Freud Museum In this presentation a historical and critical survey of the contribution of psychoanalysis, and other “psycho-sciences”, to our contemporary understanding of the trauma of the Holocaust will be outlined. The theme of mass traumatization effects g...Weiterlesen...
16. June 2016 09:00 - 17. June 2016 17:30
WorkshopRefugees and Citizens. New Nation States as Places of Asylum, 1914–1941
Over the past few decades, the refugee policies of Western states during the interwar period have been thoroughly examined, focusing on the restrictive actions of closed borders. Yet refugees are not only a ‘Western’ subject nor only a ‘Western’ discussion. This workshop focuses on re...Weiterlesen...
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