Lithuanian Politics of Memory since 1918

Valahia University of Targoviste, in collaboration with the Department of History, “Grigore Gafencu” Research Center for the History of International Relations and Cultural Heritage and the Romanian Association for Baltic and Nordic Studies, is delighted to extend a warm invitation for an engaging lecture on the Lithuanian Politics of Memory since 1918. The lecture will be conducted by Doc. Dr. Tomasz Błaszczak of the Czesław Miłosz Center at Vytautas Magnus University.

This session will take place on Tuesday, 26 March 2024, at the Doctoral School, located on the first floor of Valahia University of Targoviste.

Doc. Dr. Tomasz Błaszczak brings a wealth of expertise to the discussion, particularly in the realms of race, ethnicity, international history, and cultural memory. With a keen focus on the Republic of Belarus, and Lithuania, Dr. Błaszczak promises to provide valuable insights into the realm of Lithuanian Politics of Memory.

Attendees can expect an exploration of the multifaceted dimensions of Lithuanian memory politics, spanning from the nation’s foundational years in 1918 to contemporary times. Dr. Błaszczak’s expertise in the intersections of politics and history ensures a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter, including the nuanced dynamics of cultural memory and its implications for contemporary society.

This event presents a unique opportunity for scholars, students, and enthusiasts alike to delve into the complexities of Lithuanian historical consciousness and its influence on the broader geopolitical landscape.

Join us for an intellectually stimulating discourse that promises to broaden horizons and deepen understanding.

We eagerly anticipate your presence at this enriching lecture, which promises to be a highlight in the academic calendar.



Cite this blog post
Silviu Miloiu (2024, March 26). Lithuanian Politics of Memory since 1918. Baltic&Nordic Studies. Retrieved May 28, 2024, from https://balticnordic.hypotheses.org/10805

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