More than forty scholars of Poland and Germany will convene at Indiana University for a conference on "Polish-German Post/Memory: Aesthetics, Ethics, Politics."
This international, interdisciplinary meeting will focus on Polish-German relations, and specifically on the competing memories of the traumatic events of World War II and its aftermath.
Experts focusing on history, political science, law, ethics, cultural studies, literature, film, and performance will be joined by His Excellency Janusz Reiter, Ambassador of Poland to the U.S. and Adam Michnik, editor-in-chief of Gazeta Wyborcza and visiting professor of Polish history at Princeton University, who will both deliver public addresses.
Full program and registration details are available online:
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