wtorek, maja 01, 2012

Memory places and culture of remembrance in L'viv

Remembrance culture and memory places in L'viv are more and more interesting as a research topic.

To give the students the opportunity of researches on the topic Prof. Jürgen Angelow (University Potsdam/University of the Saarland) organised a seminar on this topic in L'viv 2007 and 2012.

The topics were divided into 6 sessions:
1. Memory places of Ukrainians and Poles,
2. Memory of Habsburg rule over Central Europe (L'viv),
3. Memory of Holocaust and Jewish life in L'viv,
4. Death cult und multinationality - cemeteries of L'viv,
5. World War II and "Soviet time" - commemoration of Germans and Soviets in the city,
6. Other minorities on example of Armenians.

2007 the seminar was organised by Prof. Angelow, M.A. Iryna Kharyk and me. Then the participants came from the Potsdam University and L'viv University. They gave lectures on different aspects of national culture of remembrance in L'viv.

In 2012 me, Matthias Guttke, the lector of German Academic Exhange Service (DAAD), Sabine Schwager, the DAAD assistant, helped to conduct the seminar. The participants of this seminar were students of the University of the Saarland (history) and the Ivan-Franko-University of L'viv (intercultural communication).

Team of the seminar "Culture of remembrance in L'viv", me, Prof. Jürgen Angelow and Iryna Kharyk (University L'viv, 2007).


Literature: On The Frontiers of Central Europe: Ukrainian Galicia at the Turn of the Millennium
Музей „Тюрма на Лонцького”
Тарик Сиріл Амар. ІНАКША, АЛЕ ПОДІБНА, ЧИ ПОДІБНА, АЛЕ ІНАКША? ПУБЛІЧНА ПАМ’ЯТЬ ПРО ДРУГУ СВІТОВУ ВІЙНУ У ПОСТРАДЯНСЬКОМУ ЛЬВОВІ.
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