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Fostering Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogues

BLOG: Exploring European Memory Politics in Europe on a Study Tour with 18 students from Canada

July 3, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Some Aesthetic Aspects of Holocaust Memorialization

June 21, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Memory on the Border – Loibl Tunnel

June 20, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Summaries of the BUDAPEST JUNE Conference

June 17, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Learning about the Fascist Past: Hungary’s current approaches

June 16, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Budapest conference: Memory Politics in Comparative Perspective

June 16, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Selective Memory: Német Megszállás Áldozatainak and Misrepresentations of the Past in Modern Hungary

June 16, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Engaging Generation Z in Topics of Collective Memory & History: Thoughts from the 2023 European Memory Politics Conference

June 16, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

BUDAPEST Conference “Memory Politics in Europe – Towards a Deepening East-West Divide?”

June 16, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Intergenerational trauma presentation and the visit to the House of Terror, Budapest

June 15, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Reliving History Through an IWalk: My Experience at a Memorial on the Danube River

June 15, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

International Youth KAS panel: Contested Collective Memory in Contemporary Europe

June 14, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Thoughts from an inspired student

June 14, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Surviving Terror: From the Holocaust Memorial Center to the House of Terror

June 14, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Siegfried’s Kopf Memorial at The University of Vienna

June 12, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke

Slovenian student activists in Vienna

June 11, 2023/by Beate Schmidtke