>From: Kristin Kopp <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CONF: "Polish-German Post/Memory" (Indiana Univ.)
>>On April 19-22, 2007, more than forty scholars of Poland and Germany
>>will convene at Indiana University for the conference "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 beyond.
>>To share in this exploration of the culture of memory (and the memory
>>of culture), experts, focusing on history, political science, law,
>>ethics, cultural studies, literature, film, and performance, will
>>In addition to twenty-six lectures by guests from the United States,
>>Canada, Germany, Poland, Great Britain, Switzerland, and Australia, 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, will deliver public addresses.
>>The conference has been organized by Justyna Beinek (conference chair)
>>and Bill Johnston (both Indiana University), Heidi Hein-Kircher (Herder
>>Institute, Marburg, Germany), Kristin Kopp (University of Missouri,
>>Columbia), and Joanna Nizynska (Harvard University).
>>Full program and registration details are available online:
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