Call for Papers | Applications - Part 79

posted by PP on 2006/07/02 14:40

[ Call for Papers | Applications ]

The Institute of Contemporary History in Prague issued a Call for Papers [.pdf] for a Conference (19./20.10.2006, Czech Academy of Sciences) on Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989.
Quite a lot of questions should be addressed during the workshop’s envisaged panels:
  • Panel I: Keywords, Definitions and Instruments of Historical Revisionism
  • Panel II: Social-Economic, Political and Cultural Impacts of the Ethnic Expulsions after the WW II and its Historical Reflection
  • Panel III: Historical Revisionism and the Communist Regimes in Central Europe
  • Panel IV: Historiography, Historical Revisionism and the Building of Democracy after 1989
This event is intended to stimulate debate and bring together scholars working in the field, both to give papers and to contribute to discussion.

If you wish to be considered, please submit a short abstract (200-300 words, in English or Czech) to hist.revision@usd.cas.cz by July 15th, 2006.


Contact details:
Alice Hudlerová and Michal Kopecek
Institute of Contemporary History, Prague
Vlašská 9

118 40 Praha 1
tel: +420 257 531 122-3
fax: +420 257 531 121
E-mail: hudlerova@usd.cas.cz and kopecek@usd.cas.cz


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