The City of Kaunas and its Modernisms – from Temporary Capital to UNESCO Site

Valahia University of Targoviste, in partnership with the Department of History, the “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 to a thought-provoking lecture entitled “The City of Kaunas and its Modernisms – from Temporary Capital to UNESCO Site.” This captivating presentation will be delivered by Doc. Dr. Tomasz Błaszczak, distinguished scholar of the Czesław Miłosz Center at Vytautas Magnus University.

Scheduled for Thursday, March 28, 2024, 10-12 AM, this engaging session will take place at the Doctoral School, located on the esteemed first floor of Valahia University of Targoviste.

Doc. Dr. Tomasz Błaszczak brings a wealth of expertise to the discourse, particularly in the domains of race, ethnicity, international history, and cultural memory. His nuanced understanding promises to provide invaluable insights into the multifaceted journey of Kaunas, tracing its evolution from a temporary capital to its prestigious UNESCO designation.

Join us for an intellectually stimulating dialogue that is certain to expand horizons and foster a deeper comprehension of Kaunas’s rich historical heritage.

We eagerly anticipate your presence at this lecture, destined to be a standout event in our academic calendar.



Cite this blog post
Silviu Miloiu (2024, March 26). The City of Kaunas and its Modernisms – from Temporary Capital to UNESCO Site. Baltic&Nordic Studies. Retrieved May 28, 2024, from https://balticnordic.hypotheses.org/10812

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