Announcements
04.05.2021 Université Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès – FRAMESPA, Volker Depkat (Ratisbonne), Mathieu Grenet (Toulouse - Framespa), Susanne Lachenicht (Bayreuth), Mathilde Monge (Toulouse - Framespa)

Nations & Empires: Colloque International / International Conference; Online / en ligne.

Organisé par:
Université Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès – FRAMESPA; Volker Depkat (Ratisbonne), Mathieu Grenet (Toulouse - Framespa), Susanne Lachenicht (Bayreuth), Mathilde Monge (Toulouse - Framespa)

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Reviews
Rev. by Martin Aust, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

Valerie Kivelson und Ronald Grigor Suny haben aus gemeinsamen Lehrveranstaltungen an der University of Michigan in Ann Arbor eine Überblicksdarstellung der Imperiengeschichte Russlands entwickelt. Ihr wichtigstes Anliegen ist es, vom Mittelalter bis in die Gegenwart eine Varianz imperialer Formationen in der Geschichte Russlands aufzuzeigen.

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Journals

Comparing Colonialism: Beyond European Exceptionalism
edited by Axel T. Paul and Matthias Leanza

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Articles
By Nataša Jagdhuhn

In its very conception, the museum as an institution functions as a symbol and social lever for the consolidation of the Eurocentric idea of “universal knowledge” production, while concurrently serving the purpose of “civilizing” the “Other”. With the liberation of African countries from colonial grip following World War II, and especially in the 1960s and 1970s, debates around decolonizing museums gained importance among the newly established international circles of museum professionals.

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Conference Reports
21.09.2020 - 01.10.2020 Post-Socialist and Comparative Memory Studies working group of the Memory Studies Association (PoSoCoMeS)
By Anežka Brožová, Charles University Prague; Rose Smith / Klára Žaloudková, Charles University Prague / University of Groningen; Anna Herran, University of Toronto

Introduction[1]
The Post-socialist and Comparative Memory Studies working group of the Memory Studies Association (PoSoCoMeS) held its first conference online, encouraging meaningful dialogue among scholars studying different geographical areas. In doing so, the working group contributed to high scholarly standards for post-socialist memory studies across disciplines and created a global framework for academic dialogue on post-socialist memory.

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01.08.2021, Institut d'études politiques, Université de Lausanne