Several European societies are still suffering from the conflicts rooted in the past. The Workshop will discuss the outcomes of 12 EU funded international research projects that dealt with the processes of negotiating those troubled pasts. By analysing the discourses in history, media, politics and arts & culture the workshop explores how these discourses impact European societies.

A range of topics will be discussed in four roundtables:

  • History and the European public sphere in the digital era. What’s next for history, society and politics?
  • Art and conflicting memories
  • Contemporary politics and the conflicts of the past
  • Mnemonic Hegemony and the Media


FIND MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER: International Workshop 28 may