Workshop "Political Discourse"

Chaired by
Susanne Buckley-Zistel (Professor, Center for Conflict Studies, Philipps-University Marburg) and
Magdalena Zolkos (Research Fellow, Center for Citizenship and Public Policy, University of Western Sydney)

  • Anita Bakshi (Architecture, Clare College, University of Cambridge, UK)
    “Divided Nicosia’ s Walled City: A Shell of Memory”
  • Sally Carlton (French and History, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia)
    “To Enact and Counteract Reconciliation: The VeillĂ©e de Verdun and Franco-German Rapprochement”
  • Rebecca Clare Dolgoy (Philosophy, University of MontrĂ©al, Canada)
    “Rendering the Invisible : On Memory and Social Progress”
  • Ron Dudai (Human Rights, Queens University Belfast, UK)
    “Memories of Kindness, Memories of Betrayal: Rescuers, Collaborators, and Dealing with the Past in the Aftermath of Genocides and Conflicts”
  • AdĂšle Faustinien (History and Media, Paris I PanthĂ©on Sorbonne University, France)
    “The New French Question Noire: Legacy in a Post- Conflict Society, Media Contribution”
  • Gabriela Fried Amilivia (Sociology, California State University, Los Angeles, USA)
    “Collective Traumatic Memories of Political Forced Disappearance in the Aftermath of Uruguay’s State Terror (1973-1985)”
  • Michel-AndrĂ© Horelt (International Relations, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany)
    “Rituals of Reconciliation: A Performance Based Approach to the Analysis of Political Apologies for Historic Crimes”
  • Jacqueline Nießer (History, Institute for Applied History, Frankfurt Oder, Germany)
    “Best Practices in History Representation and Remembrance: Applying History in the German-Polish Borderland”
  • Joseph Rosen (Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)
    “Traumatic Terrain: Israeli Holocaust Memory & the Occupied Territories”
  • Abraham Rubin (Comparative Literature, City University of New York, USA)
    “Between Resentment and Reconciliation: The Indeterminacies of Forgiveness in Derrida, Arendt and JankĂ©lĂ©vitch”
  • Hillary Savoie (Communication and Rhetoric, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,Troy, USA)
    “Rewriting War: Exploring Memories of the Afghanistan War Through Interactive Media”
  • Anna Shipilova (International and Regional Studies, Hiroshima University, Japan)
    “The Commemoration of the War Dead and the Reconstruction of Social Consensus: A Case Study of Post WWII Japan”
  • Laura Sims (Modern French History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)
    “Collective Memory and Reconciliation: The Case of the Harkis in France”
  • Rianne Subijanto (Media Studies, New York University, USA)
    “‘Silenced but Not Forgotten’: A Memory of Communism in Post-Dictatorship Indonesia”
  • Zoran Terzi? (Political Aesthetics, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
    “An ‘Artistic’ Approach to History: Symbolic Procedures and the Manufacturing of Remembrance”
  • Brenda Werth (Language and Foreign Studies, American University, Washington, D.C., USA)
    “Argentina’s “Theatre for Identity”: Intergenerational Memory and Performative Acts of Recovery”
  • Hadas Yaron (Sociology, Anthropology and Art History, Academic College Tel Aviv Yafo, Israel)
    “A Tale of Two Villages: The Visible and Invisible in Two Ruined Palestinian Villages in the Jezreel Valley, Israel”