»Terrortimes – Terrorscapes?« Tagung an der Akademie Tutzing, 1.-4. Aug. 2014

TerrrortimesVom 1. bis 4. August 2014 findet an der Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing in Kooperation mit der Arizona State University eine Sommerakademie statt, die die Frage nach räumlichen und zeitlichen Kontinuitäten und Diskontinuitäten in den Gewaltexzessen des 20. Jahrhunderts stellt.

Terrortimes, Terrorscapes? Temporal, Spatial and Memory Continuities of War and Genocide in 20th Century Europe

Anmeldeschluss ist der 27. Juli 2014. Im Ankündigungstext der Veranstalter heißt es:

»2014 marks the centenary of the beginning of the Great War and the 75th anniversary of Germany’s attack on Poland in 1939. This calls us to explore temporal and spatial continuities between the diverse horrors of war and genocide in the first half of the 20th century as well as investigate diverse forms of memory and memorialization of atrocity. Furthermore, the conference seeks to include transnational perspectives by inviting scholars from different national backgrounds working in Europe and the US as well as providing explicitly transnational perspectives. As such key concepts like temporal continuities of war and atrocity, colonial and decolonization violence, spatial approaches to define violence as well as gender and generational memory of war and atrocity are to be explored in this conference.«

Programm:

Friday, August 1st, 2014

From
2:00pm Arrival, Coffee in Foyer

3:30pm Welcome
Michael MAYER
Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing
Volker BENKERT
Arizona State University, Tempe

4:00pm War and Atrocity during the World Wars

Setting British and Russian Territory Alight. German Intelligence and
the Holy War in Afghanistan, Iran and Caucasus, 1914 to 1918
Michael MAYER

Continuities? Deliberations on Lithuania and Germany, 1918 to 1945
Christoph DIECKMANN
Keele University

5:00pm Break

5:30pm Nation and Past

Writing the Nation. National and Transnational Perspectives on War and
Atrocity
Stefan BERGER
Ruhr-Universität Bochum

“Terrorscapes” and Transnational Memory
Georgi VERBEECK
Maastricht University

6:30pm Dinner
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

8:15am Breakfast

9:00am Nation State and Violence

Empires, Nation-States and Violence:
The First World War in Perspective
Jörn LEONHARD
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

10:30am Break

11:00am War and Atrocity in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe as an Arena of Terror in the 20th Century
Felix SCHNELL
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Jazz and Total War on the Eastern Front
Ben BERESFORD
Arizona State University, Tempe

12:30pm Lunch

3:00pm Temporal Continuities of War and Atrocity in 20th Century
Europe

Search and Identification: The Corpses of French Deportees in Germany,
1945 to 1969
Jean-Marc DREYFUS
University of Manchester

European Memory Culture and the Nazi Past
Heidemarie UHL
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

4:30pm Coffee Break

5:00pm Colonial Violence – Decolonization Violence

Continuities between Violence in Europe and Colonial/Postcolonial
Violence
Bart LUTTIKHUIS
European University Institute, Florence

Violence and Decolonization in Protectorate Morocco
Chouki el HAMEL
Arizona State University, Tempe

6:30pm Dinner
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

8:15am Breakfast

9:00am Transnational Memory of War and Atrocity

Criminalization of Marginalized Communities in Former Habsburg Lands in
the First Half of the 20th Century
Ursula MINDLER
Andrassy University Budapest

German and Dutch Memory Cultures since 1945
Ilse Raajimakers, Maastricht University

10:15am Break

10:30am Gender Perspectives on War and Atrocity

Private Lives in Wartime France:
Desertion, Divorce, and Deprivation
Rachel FUCHS
Arizona State University, Tempe

The Home Front from a Regional Perspective: Female Labor in the Mining
Industries of the Ruhr during the Great War
Ute CHAMBERLIN
Western Illinois University

11:45am End of Session

12:00pm Lunch – Afternoon at Leisure
Monday, August 4th, 2014

8:15am Breakfast

9:00am Traces of the Past: Survivors, Displaced Persons and Forced
Migrants in Germany and Poland

Jewish Survivors in the “Recovered Territories” after World War II
Poland
Anna CICHOPEK-GAJRAJ
Arizona State University, Tempe

Forgotten Holocaust Victims. How Germany Remembers the Roma
Nadine BLUMER
University of Toronto

10:15am Break

10:30am German TV and Cinema Memory Production

Apologia and Redemption. Despite Addressing the Complicity of Ordinary
Germans in Nazi Atrocities, Contemporary German Filmmakers Still Turn
Perpetrators into Victims
Volker BENKERT

Creating the Nation on TV. ZDF and German Memory
Wulf KANSTEINER
Aarhus University/Binghamton University (SUNY)

11:45am Final Remarks; End of Conference

12:00pm Lunch; Departure

 

Artikelbild: Ausschnitt des Programmflyers, Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing 


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