Academic Publications

Memory and the future of Europe. Rupture and integration in the wake of total war

May 31, 2020/by Fazila Mat

Politicizing Social Inequality: Competing Narratives From the AfD and Stand Up

March 11, 2020/by Fazila Mat

Hungarian Jewish Holocaust Survivors Registered in Displaced Persons Camps in Apulia: An Analysis Based on the Holdings of the Arolsen (International Tracing Service) Digital Archive

January 1, 2020/by Fazila Mat

Anti-Immigrant propaganda and the factors that led to its success in Hungary

November 7, 2019/by Fazila Mat

Studies in Contrast – Notes from the Field

August 25, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Polish-German Border: a Laboratory of Transnational Cooperation

July 26, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Building Transdisciplinary Relationships through Multidirectional Memory Work and Education

July 5, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Narratives of Memory, Migration, and Xenophobia in the European Union and Canada

July 3, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Antisemitism in Contemporary Hungary: Exploring Topics of Antisemitism in the Far-Right Media Using Natural Language Processing

June 15, 2019/by Fazila Mat

Attitude Changes towards Immigrants in the Turbulent Years of the ‘Migrant Crisis’ and Anti-Immigrant Campaign in Hungary

May 3, 2019/by Fazila Mat

Regional Identity, Separatism, and War in Eastern Europe: Donbass and Pridnestrovie

April 26, 2019/by Fazila Mat

Impermanent Apologies: on the Dynamics of Timing and Public Knowledge in Political Apology

September 3, 2018/by Laurence Claussen

Kresy in Polish Memory. Between Lost Arcadia and the Bloodlands of East-Central Europe

June 28, 2018/by Laurence Claussen

Impermanent Apologies: On the Dynamics of Timing and Public Knowledge in Political Apology

January 20, 2018/by Fazila Mat

Witness to Loss: Race, Culpability, and Memory in the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians

September 2, 2017/by Laurence Claussen

A Place in the Sun: Colonial Entanglements in Lukas Bärfuss’s Hundert Tage and Daniel Goetsch’s Herz Aus Sand

July 25, 2017/by Laurence Claussen