Zveme na konferenci „Reshaping the Nation: Collective Identities and Post-War Violence in Europe 1944–48“

  • Termín: Od 16. 05. 2019 do 17. 05. 2019
  • Místo konání: Karolinum, Univerzita Karlova, Ovocný trh 5, Praha 1

Program konference

16. 5. 2019 Karolinum, Prague (Small Hall)

(Charles University, Ovocný trh 560/5, Praha 1)

9.00                Registration

9.30                 Conference opening

9.50–11.35      Panel 1: Introducing Justice

Chair: Jaromír Mrňka (Prague)

9.50     Barbara De Luna (Bologna – Paris) & Greta Fedele (Bologna – Paris): Redefining national identities through justice: a comparative analysis between Italy and France

10.10 Anika Seemann (Cambridge): „Mentalities of War, Mentalities of Peace“: Capital Punishment in the Norwegian ‘Treason Trials’, 19411957

10.30 Henrik Lundtofte (Ribe): Danes against Danes. September 1944 May 1945

10.50–11.35 Discussion

11.3512.05 Coffee Break

 12.05–13.30    Panel 2: Micro-Histories of Exclusion

Chair: Ota Konrád (Prague)

12.05   Tereza Juhászová (Prague): Good or Bad Mantak? Exclusion of Slovak Germans from a Local Community

12.25   Tasos Kostopoulos (Athens): Cleaning Out Greece of the miasma of its “Sudeten”: Macedonian Slavs as an unwanted minority in the aftermath of the Second World War

12.45–13.30 Discussion

13.3015.00 Lunch Break

 15.00–16.45    Panel 3: Gender Perspectives

Chair: Beate Fieseler (Düsseldorf)

15.00 Caroline Nilsen (Chapel Hill): „German Brats and Tarts“: Gender, Sexuality, and Collective Memory in Post War Norway

15.20   Marta Havryshko (Lviv): Dangerous Liaisons: Women, Sexuality, and anti-Soviet Resistance in Ukraine

15.40   Justina Smalkyte (Paris): Ethnicity, Gender and Multidirectional Violence: A Case Study of the Formation of a Local Force (Vietine Rinktine) in German-occupied Lithuania (FebruaryMay 1944)

16.00–16.45    Discussion

 16.45   Coffee Break

18.30 Keynote: Norman Naimark (Stanford): The End of the War and the Beginning of the Peace. Where Violence Leaves Off and Reconstruction Begins: Continental Europe 1944–47


17. 5. 2019 Karolinum, Prague (Patriotic Hall)

(Charles University, Ovocný trh 560/5, Praha 1)

9.00–10.45 Panel 4: Creating Ethnicity

Chair: Boris Barth (Prague)

9.00     Aleksandra Pomiecko (Toronto): Assessing National „Consciousness“: The Belarusian Home Defense, 19441945

9.20     Ondřej Matějka (Prague): Between nation and religion. Czech Protestants and the transfer of Sudeten Germans 1945–1948

9.40     Pavlo Khudish (Uzhorod): One step to violence: the relationship between Jews and their “neighbors” in postwar Transcarpathia, 19441946

10.00–10.45    Discussion

10.4511.15    Coffee Break

11.15–13.00 Panel 5: Redefining Citizenship

Chair: Blanka Mouralová (Prague)

11.15   Borbála Klacsmann (Budapest): “Pure Christians” vs. “Working Citizens of the Democratic Era”: How the Claimants of Jewish Property Perceived Citizenship in Hungary

11.35   Petr Sedlák (Prague): Emil Beer, the failed case of trans-integration into life afterwards

11.55   Peter Thaler (Odense): A Glass Half Full or Half Empty? The Postwar Treatment of the German Minority in Denmark

12.15–13.00    Discussion

13.0014.30    Lunch Break

14.30–15.15    Concluding debate

15.15–16.00    Closing remarks

The conference will be held in English without translation.


Boris Barth (Charles University, Prague)

Ota Konrád (Charles University, Prague)

Blanka Mouralová (Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Prague)

Jaromír Mrňka (Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Prague)

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