• Theocharous, S., & Panos, P. (2018, October 31). Meta-Memory: An empirical exploration of a new conceptual schema for understanding ethnic conflict in Cyprus. Paper presented at ECREA Pre-Conference: 7th European Communication Conference (EEC), Lugano.
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2018, October 31). Goodbye past? German history of the 20th century in counterpublic discourse. Paper presented at ECREA Pre-Conference: 7th European Communication Conference (EEC), Lugano.
  • Faris Kočan, and Rok Zupančič (2018, September 10). Strengthening European integration through the analysis of conflict discourses: revisiting the past, anticipating the future. In Bled Strategic Forum: Conflict Prevention, Peacebuilding and Mediation. (ppt)
  • Rok Zupančič (2018, 21 December) presented a paper proposal entitled ‘An unifying means of ‚Danse Macabre‘or another tool for deepening of inter-ethnic strife: arts and culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina’ that will be co-authored with Faris Kočan.  Proposal presented at the International Conference RELATIONAL STUDIES ON GLOBAL CONFLICTS: TOWARD A NEW APPROACH TO CONTEMPORARY CRISES, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Iris Ivaniš, Faris Kočan, and Rok Zupančič. Symbolic Power of the European Union in Bosnia- Herzegovina: The Bourdieusian Approach to Post- Conflict Societies. In CfP-JM Network Workshop: ‘Experiencing Europe’
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2019, May 26). Commemorative culture reloaded: Germany’s troubled past in right-wing counterpublic discourse. Presented in the 69th ICA Annual Conference, Washington, the United States.
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2019, June 28). Collective memory revisited: German history of the 20th century in media discourses. In the 3rd Annual Conference Memory Studies Association (MSA), Madrid, Spain.
  • Traunspurger, J, Fiedler, A. (2019, July 8).Germany’s Collective Memory Revisited: The German Troubled Past in Media and Civic Discourse. In the IAMCR Annual Conference, Madrid, Spain.
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2020, July 12-17). The power of public memory: The Third Reich in all-German communicative memory. In the IAMCR Annual Conference, Tampere, Finland (online due to Covid pandemic).
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2021, May 27-31). The Power of Political Memory: Tracing the Past in Everyday Discourse on the Example of National Socialism in Germany (awarded the Top Paper Award of ICA’s Communication History Section). At the 71st ICA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado (online due to Covid pandemic).
  • Traunspurger, J, Fiedler, A. (2021, July 11-15). Do the Two Go Together? National Self-Image and Nation-Memory in German Media Discourse. In the IAMCR Annual Conference, Nairobi, Kenya (online due to Covid pandemic)
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J. (2019, May 10). Wo der Osten leuchtet: Erinnerungskultur in der rechten Gegenöffentlichkeit. In the 64th Annual Conference of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), Münster, Germany.
  • Traunspurger, J. (2021, July 5-9). What follows Hitler & Co? Civic nation model and German culture of remembrance. In the 5th Annual Conference der Memory Studies Association (MSA), Warsaw, Poland (online due to Covid pandemic).
  • Hoxha, A. Violence, War, and Gender: Collective Memory and Politics of Remembrance in Kosovo. In the 7th Annual International Conference on Genocide.
  • Fiedler, A., & Traunspurger, J., Świrek, K., & Rawski, T. (2021, July 5-9). Same same but different – the public and everyday memory discourse in Germany and Poland. In the 5th Annual Conference der Memory Studies Association (MSA), Warsaw, Poland (online due to Covid pandemic).
  • Faris Kočan. (2018, September 7-9). Conflict Prevention, Peace Building: The Young Bled Strategic Forum ”Sustainable Security”. In the The Young Bled Strategic Forum.
  • Faris Kočan, Rok Zupančič. (2020, July 1-3). Europeanisation as a mechanism for managing anxieties in Republika Srpska: towards self-other transformation or ontological insecurity? In the EISA EWIS workshop on Anxiety or International Relations (Zoom Meeting)
  • Maria Aivalioti. RePAST Self-guided tours for “Dark pages” in history. S.I.L.V.HER project.
  • Irene Martín, Magda Fytili, Marta Paradés. (2019, June). The Re – emergence of Past Conflicts as a Political Issue. In the 3rd Annual Conference Memory Studies Association (MSA).
  • Magda Fytili, Irene Martín, Marta Paradés. (2020, August). The Past in Today’s Political Attitudes and Voting Behaviour: Greece and Spain in Comparative Perspective. In the ECPR General Conference, Virtual event.PDF Available here
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Piotr Zagorski. (2020, August). Populist Attitudes and the Memory of the Past: a Comparative Analysis. In the ECPR General Conference, Virtual event.
  • Ricardo Dacosta, Irene Martín, Marta Paradés. (2020 August). The Changing Dynamics of Parliamentary Debates on Historical Memory in Spain 2004-2019. In the ECPR General Conference, Virtual event. PDF Available here
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Piotr Zagorski. How the past influences the vote of the Radical Right Populist Parties in Germany, Poland and Spain. PDF Available here
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Ricardo Dacosta. (2021, June) Polarization and the uses of the past in Spain in Comparative Perspective. In the Council for European Studies Conference (CES), Virtual event.Presentation Available here
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Ricardo Dacosta. (2021, July) Polarization and the uses of the past in Spain in Comparative Perspective. In the Annual Conference Memory Studies Association (MSA), Virtual event.
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Ricardo Dacosta. (2021, July) Polarization and the uses of the past in Spain in Comparative Perspective. In the 26th World Congress of Political Science (IPSA), Virtual event, July 2021.
  • Faris Kočan and Rok Zupančič. Revisiting the European Union’s agency as peace-maker or as source of ontological insecurity?: A Case of Republika Srpska (Conference Paper)
  • Art that hurts memory? The limits of critical intervention, konferencja: Rethinking the Past, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (2018)
  • Yael Bartana’s Anarchival Gestures: Revisiting, Reclaiming, and Undoing History, 11th Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies, (2018)
  • Art’s interacting with memory: the painful in-betweenness and the possibilities of self-criticism, In/Between: (Inter)Actions, University of Illinois at Chicago (2019).
  • Conflicting memories on display: arts and affects facing troubled pasts, Memory Studies Association Conference, Autonomous University of Madrid (2019).
  • Divided we stand or revolutionary love in the making, konferencja: Crisis and Communitas. Performative concepts of commonality in art and politics, University of Zurich (2019).
  • Memory practiced in arts: how historical conflicts, traumas and erasures resurface, H401, Amsterdam. (2021).
  • Render History Incomplete: Memory, Dissent, Resistance in Women’s Art – A Comparative Perspective Memory Studies Annual Conference, Warsaw (2021).
  • The Implicated Subject: Rethinking memory and Responsibility: Michael Rothberg in conversation with Sakiru Adebayo, Katarzyna Bojarska, Erica Lehrer and Monica Szurmuk,   Memory Studies Annual Conference, Warsaw (2021).