This conference was the fourth annual organized by the network Dialogue on Historical Justice and Memory, which is coordinated under the auspices of the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability.
Please visits the webpage of the network hosted by the Institute for the Study of Human Rights at Columbia university. http://humanrightscolumbia.org/AHDA
Registration opens 8.30, Thursday 4 December
Conference venue: Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL)
Allhelgonabacken 12, Lund
(PDF updated 25 November)
Professor Klaus Neumann (Swinburne Institute, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne) Historic Wrongs, Memory, and Justice Deferred
Dr. Erica Lehrer (Canada Research Chair in Post-Conflict Memory, Ethnography, and Museology, Concordia University) Cur(at)ing History: Creative Memory Work and New Terms of Social Repair
Professor Gunlög Fur (Linnaeus University, Sweden) Speaking the Truth: concurrent histories and the search for reconciliation
Dr. Tyrell Haberkorn (Department of Political and Social Change at the Australian National University) The Evidence of Violence: archives in the absence of transition or justice.
Professor Samuel Moyn (Harvard University) Human Rights and Holocaust Memory: A Belated Entanglement.
Wulf Kansteiner (Aarhus University and Binghamton University (SUNY)) Digital Culture, Generational Transformation, and the Precarious Future of Transnational Genocide Memory
Please note that the conference is free of charge. All who are scheduled for panels and single papers are automatically registered.
Would you like to attend the sessions but are not scheduled in any panel, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
”WEISSENSEE – IMAGES OF REPRESSION, RESISTANCE AND HUMAN RELATIONS IN THE GDR”
Roundtable with Annette Hess, scriptwriter of ”Weissensee”, and Sune Bechmann Pedersen, PhD Candidate in History at Lund University. The talk will be chaired by Fredrik Persson-Lahusen, writer.
5 December, 7 pm
Venue: SOL (Centre for Language and Literature) at Lund University.
Please make sure you have the required documents before traveling to Sweden. Read more on the Swedish Migration board’s website www.migrationsverket.se
The deadline for sending paper and panel proposals has now passed. We will return as soon as we can with a preliminary program.