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RePAST is a Horizon 2020 funded project that aims at investigating how European societies deal with their troubled pasts today through the analysis of conflict discourses rooted in those pasts, with a view on the impact of those discourses on European integration. It will implement actions and propose strategies, both at the levels of policy-making and civil society, for reflecting upon these discourses to strengthen European integration. It will also take into account how the current crisis in its multiple forms (economic crisis, refugee crisis, political crisis) mediates these narratives.

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Final & Next Steps Conference: Negotiating Troubled Pasts: History, Politics, Arts and the Media
On the 15th of October 2021 9.00am-5.00pm
Registration and further details
https://www.repast.eu/event/negotiating-troubled-pasts-history-politics-arts-and-the-media/

the most recent research findings of the RePAST research conducted in Bosnia-Herzegovina at the famous historical site of Yedi Kule (Heptapyrgion), now a museum in Thessaloniki, which for decades served as a notorious prison was presented.
https://www.repast.eu/2021/09/12/repast-dissemination-in-the-university-of-ljubljana/

24/06/21: Dr Rok Zupančič, in cooperation with the project leader Dr Dimitra Milioni, presented the overall objective of the project RePAST and the results from field work in Bosnia-Herzegovina at the South East European University (North Macedonia)
https://www.repast.eu/2021/09/12/repast-dissemination-in-north-macedonia/

23/07/21: Dr Rok Zupančič presented the project RePAST at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science. In a new podcast series entitled Security Theatre, he was hosted by Prof Filip Ejdus.
https://www.repast.eu/2021/09/12/repast-dissemination-at-the-university-of-belgrade/

27-31 May 2021: ICA Top Paper Award, of the Communication History Division, Goes To Anke Fiedler And Julia Traunspurger for their paper "The Power of Political Memory: Tracing the Past in Everyday Discourse on the Example of National Socialism in Germany"
https://www.repast.eu/2021/06/04/ica-top-paper-award-goes-to-anke-fiedler-and-julia-traunspurger/

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