sâmbătă, 14 mai 2011

CONFERINȚĂ INTERNAȚIONALĂ LA CHIȘINĂU: THE MEMORY OF THE WORLD WAR II


THE MEMORY OF THE WORLD WAR II
International Symposium
14-18 May 2011

Moldova State Pedagogical University, Chişinău
PROGRAM

SUNDAY, MAY 15

10:00                        PANEL I: “POPULATION POLITICS” IN EASTERN EUROPE DURING AND AFTER THE WORLD WAR II

Chair: Wlodzimierz Borodziej, POLAND

Forced Laborers of Nazi Germany in Soviet and Post-Soviet Historical Memory: the Features of Recollection
Gelinada Grinchenko
Kharkiv V. N. Karazin National University, UKRAINE

Population Changes in the Baltics during and after World War II on the Example of Estonia
Olaf Mertelsmann
Tartu University, ESTONIA

Communists in Bessarabia under Romanian rule, 1941-1944: between collaboration and resistance
Igor Caşu
Moldova State University/Moldova State Pedagogical University, MOLDOVA

Discussant: Mark Sandle, CANADA

13:45 PANEL II: REMEMBERING HOLOCAUST VICTIMS

Chair: Andrei Cuşco, CANADA

A Forgotten Reality: The Anti-Semitic Massacres of the Romanian Army at the Onset of Operation Barbarossa
Adrian Cioflâncă
A. D. Xenopol Institute of History, Jassy/Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile, Bucharest, ROMANIA

An Inconvenient Truth: Civilian Violence against Jews in 1941 in Bessarabia
Diana Dumitru
Moldova State Pedagogical University, MOLDOVA

Who Remembers the Wehrmacht Chaplains? Christianity and Memories of World War II
Doris Bergen
University of Toronto, Chancellor Rose and Ray Wolfe Professor of Holocaust Studies, CANADA
 
Discussant: Jutta Scherrer, FRANCE
  
15.45 COFEE BREAK

16.00 PANEL III: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MEMORIES OF WORLD WAR II

Chair: Adrian Cioflâncă, ROMANIA

The World War II in the Moldovan Literature under the Late Stalinism
Petru Negură
Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Moldova State University/Moldova State Pedagogical University, MOLDOVA

« Myths of the Nations »: The Memory of the Second World War in an Exhibition of the Deutsches Historisches Museum
Jutta Scherrer
EHESS, Paris, FRANCE

World War II Monuments in the Republic of Moldova: Competing Visions and Memorial Practices
Vasile Dumbrava
Moldova Institut Leipzig, GERMANY

Discussant: Andrei Cuşco, MOLDOVA

 
MONDAY, MAY 16

10:00            PANEL III: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MEMORIES OF WORLD WAR II

Chair: Petru Negură, MOLDOVA

 The Forgotten Victory? V-E Day and Remembrance in the UK since 1945
Mark Sandle
The King’s University College, Edmonton, Professor of History, CANADA

“Veterans” and “Schoolchildren” in the postwar Soviet universities: from komsomol activists to big politics
Nikolay Mitrokhin
Center for East European Studies at the University of Bremen, GERMANY

Social memory on World War II: Russian case
Irina Rebrova
Kuban State University, RUSSIA

Discussant:

13:45 PANEL IV: MEMORIES AND “PLACES OF MEMORY” OF WORLD WAR II IN POST-1945 EASTERN EUROPE

Chair:  Nikolay Mitrokhin, RUSSIA/GERMANY

Tomorrow was the War: Start of WWII in women’s private narrations
University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kiev, UKRAINE

Deportations of Soviet peoples during World War II: history and memory
Igor Şarov
Moldova State University, Faculty of History and Philosophy, Dean, MOLDOVA

Discussant: Diana Dumitru, MOLDOVA

15.15 COFFEE BREAK

15. 30   Round Table: “Mythologies of Victory:” World War II as the Object of Collective Memory and Political Discourse

Chair: Igor Caşu, MOLDOVA

Key-speakers:

V. Karazin Kharkiv National University, University of Vienna, Institute for Political Science (Vienna, Austria)

Nationalizing the 'Common Victory': Politics of memory in the Ukrainian-Russian borderlands

Wlodzimierz Borodziej
University of Warsaw / Imre Kertesz Kolleg Jena

World War II in Polish Collective Memory and Political Discourse: A Comparative Approach

17.00 – CONCLUSIONS OF THE SYMPOSIUM

TUESDAY, MAY 17 – Site visits to Chisinau, Tiraspol, and Sherpeni War Memorial

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 – DEPARTURE OF PARTICIPANTS

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