A propos paullenormand

Doctorant au Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po depuis 2011

AAC: FIGHTERS IN A FOREIGN CONFLICT, 1848-1999

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Les chercheurs/chercheuses en Europe médiane, balkanique, centrale ou orientale sont particulièrement bienvenu.e.s : FIGHTERS IN A FOREIGN CONFLICT, 1848-1999 Centre for History of Sciences Po, Paris Thursday 28 June 2018 The phenomenon of people choosing to leave their own country … Lire la suite

Pétition pour sauver un poste Europe Centrale

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Dear colleagues and friends the University of Bremen has decided not to prolonge the unique chair for Cultural History of Central Eastern Europe. We would like you to sign our petition as well as spread the word among colleagues: https://www.change.org/p/the-rector-of-the-university-of-bremen-prof-dr-ing-bernd-scholz-reiter-keep-the-chairs-for-cultural-history-of-east-central-europe-at-u-bremen … Lire la suite

SEM: Transnational Lives: chances and challenges for 20th century Central European History

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Lundi 27 février 2017 Participante : Katrin STEFFEN (IKGN / Université de Hambourg) http://www.ikgn.de/cms/index.php/wissenschaftliche-mitarbeiterinnen/dr-katrin-steffen  Séminaire en partenariat avec Morgane LABBE, EHESS Commentaires : David DO PACO (CHSP), Sabine DULLIN (CHSP) Informations pratiques : Le séminaire aura lieu de 14h30 à … Lire la suite

SEM: Nazi Atrocities, Soviet Justice, and International Law. Locating the Soviet Union within the Global Post-World War II Moment of Punishment, Retribution and Justice-Seeking

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Mondes communistes/mondes soviétiques – séance 3 – jeudi 11 février Franziska Exeler (University of Cambridge/Freie Universität Berlin) : Nazi Atrocities, Soviet Justice, and International Law. Locating the Soviet Union within the Global Post-World War II Moment of Punishment, Retribution and … Lire la suite

AAC: Assistant Professor en histoire de l’environnement DEADLINE 10 juillet 2015

L’histoire de l’environnement étant un champ assez récent sur lequel certains chercheurs [par ailleurs] spécialistes de l’Europe médiane travaillent peut-être, le GDR diffuse cette annonce de recrutement :

The Center for History at Sciences Po Paris invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Environmental History.

Proposé par le Centre et le Département d’Histoire de Sciences Po, ce poste de droit privé a pour objet de développer l’histoire de l’environnement au Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po. Il s’insèrera dans l’un des domaines de recherche au moins du CHSP, et contribuera au renforcement de son axe central, consacré à l’histoire politique entendue dans toutes ses dimensions. Lire la suite

SEM: « War Nationalism » in the Russian Empire during World War I

Eric LOHR (American University, Washington), Professeur invité à l’EHESS, interviendra sur le thème :

« War Nationalism » in the Russian Empire during World War I

le mercredi 27 mai, dans le cadre du séminaire de Morgane Labbé,

Politiques de population en Europe de l’Est au XXe siècle. Entre réforme sociale et biopolitique

(15h-17h), EHESS, 105 boulevard Raspail, salle 8

Cette intervention d’Eric Lohr reprendra un thème des recherches qu’il mène depuis plusieurs années sur les déplacements massifs de population en Russie au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale. En désaccord avec les interprétations longtemps dominantes des déplacements comme conséquences de l’état de guerre, il en décrit la politique systématique, orchestrée et exécutée par l’armée, contre les populations désignées comme des « étrangers-ennemis », en premier lieu les Allemands et les Juifs. Sa thèse est de reprendre la perspective théorique de Brubaker pour traiter la guerre comme un « événement nationalisant » qui condamne des minorités jugées déloyales à la nation, à l’expropriation et à la déportation de masse, et autorise la redistribution de leurs biens.

Ses conclusions ouvrent sur une histoire comparée des déplacements et des persécutions des minorités au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale et posent dans des termes renouvelés la question des précédents et prémices des politiques génocidaires du XXe siècle.

Vous y êtes très cordialement invités.

Morgane Labbé (EHESS-CRH-ESOPP)

COLLOQUE: Pogroms: Collective Anti-Jewish Violence in the Polish Lands in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Pogroms: Collective Anti-Jewish Violence in the Polish Lands in the 19th and 20th Centuries

10 JUNE 2015 (WEDNESDAY), INSTITUTE OF HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW

(9.30 AM Formal opening of the conference (translated into English

Prof. Alojzy Nowak, Vice-Rector of the University of Warsaw •

Prof. Kazimierz Lewartowski, Vice-Dean of the Institute of History, University of Warsaw •

Prof. Dariusz Stola, Director of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews •

Prof. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk, Director of the Institute of History, University of Warsaw •

Prof. Stanisław Buryła, representative of the Organizational Committee •

10.15 AM Keynote lectures

(10.15 AM Prof. David Engel, Typologies of Violence in Jewish History (EN

(10.45 AM Prof. Joanna Tokarska-Bakir, Men in Uniforms (PL

11.15 AM Discussion

(11.45 AM – 12.00 PM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

Panels

Section I, Sala Kolumnowa

(Sessions translated into English)

(The Uniform and Power (12.00 – 2.30 PM

Chair: Prof. Konrad Zieliński

(Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, The Russian Army and the 1881–1883 Pogroms (EN •

(Stanisław Wiech, Gendarmerie and the Pogroms (PL •

Jerzy Pająk, Russian Army’s Attitude towards the Jews in Galicia in the First Year of World War I •

(1914–1915) (PL)

Commentator: Prof. Joanna Tokarska-Bakir

(2.30 – 3.30 PM Lunch (Sala Kolumnowa

(Postwar Pogroms: New Interpretations (3.30 – 5.30 PM

Chair: Dr. Audrey Kichelewski

(Bożena Szaynok, Recent Findings about the Pogrom in Kielce (PL •

Marcin Zaremba, Łukasz Krzyżanowski, “Give us back our Children”! Moral Panic and Postwar Pogroms •

(of Jews in Poland (1945–1946) (PL

Andrzej Rykała, Pogrom in Kielce in 1946 and the Rebuilding of Jewish Settlements in Poland After •

(World War II – geographical approach (PL

(Paweł Wieczorek, “Artificial Antisemitism” – Anti-Jewish Riots in the Lower Silesia in 1956 (PL •

Commentator: Dr. August Grabski

(5.30 – 7.30 PM Glass of wine (Sala Kolumnowa

Section II, Room 108

(English language sessions)

(Methodology and Views (12 – 2.30 PM

Chair: Prof. Michał Bilewicz

(Daniel Grinberg, Around the Idea of Pogroms: Definitions, Main Schools of Interpretation, Sources of Confusion (EN •

Kamil Kijek, Beyond Anti-Semitism, Poles and Jews. New Research Perspectives on the Anti-Jewish •

(Violence in Interwar Poland (EN

François Guesnet, Anti-Jewish Pogroms in Eastern Europe and Anti-Jewish Violence in Nazi Germany •

(A Reflection on Current Terminology (EN –

(Mikołaj Winiewski, The Model of Pogrom’s Violence (EN •

Commentator: Prof. David Engel

(2.30 – 3.30 PM Lunch (Sala Kolumnowa

(Press Reaction to the 1881 Warsaw Pogrom (3.30 – 5.30 PM

Chair: Dr. Artur Markowski

(Agnieszka Friedrich, Response to the Warsaw Pogrom in Jan Jeleński’s “Rola” (EN •

(Jekatarina Norkina, Anti-Jewish Pogrom in Warsaw in 1881 in Russian Periodicals (EN •

Dror Segev, The Hebrew Press in Times of Crisis: Warsaw’s 1881 Christmas Pogrom and its Aftermath •

(Reflected in Ha-Tsefira (EN

Commentator: Prof. François Guesnet

(5.30 – 7.30 PM Glass of wine (Sala Kolumnowa

11 JUNE 2015 (THURSDAY), INSTITUTE OF HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW

Section I, Sala Kolumnowa

(Sessions translated into English)

(Pogroms and Phantasm of „Żydokomuna” (9.00 – 11.00 AM

Chair: Dr. August Grabski

Łukasz Lewicki, Manifestations of Anti-Jewish Aggression of Soldiers of the Polish Army During the •

(Polish-Soviet War (1919–1921) – Few Remarks on the Issue (PL

(Piotr Kendziorek, The Left and Postwar Antisemitism (PL •

“Piotr Forecki, “They want komuna, that’s what they will get”. Using the Existing “Żydokomuna •

(Cliche in the Interpretation of Pogroms (PL

Commentator: Prof. Konrad Zieliński

(11.00 – 11.15 AM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

(Imagery of Pogroms (11.30 AM – 1.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Renata Piątkowska

(Marta Koszowy, Photography of Pogroms (PL •

Katarzyna Mąka-Malatyńska, From Reporters’ Accounts to a Documentary Metaphor – Film Models of •

(Showing Antisemitic Pogroms (PL

(Bartosz Kwieciński, “You Have to Kill the Man Who Betrayed”. A Pogrom in Polish Feature Films (PL •

(Agnieszka Dulęba, Pogrom in Jedwabne in the Works of Polish Artists after 2001 (PL •

Commentator: Prof. Tomasz Majewski

(1.00 – 2.00 PM Lunch (Sala Kolumnowa

(Opinions, attitudes, reactions (2.00 – 4.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Małgorzata Pakier

Magdalena Piekara, Opinions on Pogroms in the Russian Empire in Selected Jewish Journals from the •

(Austrian Partition (“Jedność” and “Izraelita”) (PL

Misha Mitsel, Pogroms in Poland (1918–1920) and Response of the American Jewish Joint Distribution •

(Committee (EN

Przemysław Różański, Anti-Jewish Violence in Poland and its Perception in the United States of America •

(1881–1939) (PL)

(Audrey Kichelewski, Public Opinion in France Facing Anti-Jewish Violence (1918–1946) (EN •

Commentator: Prof. Daniel Grinberg

(4.15 – 4.30 PM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

(Case Studies (4.30 – 7.00 PM

Chair: Prof. Krzysztof Makowski

(Michał Szulc, Citizens of Danzig Motivations for Anti-Jewish Riots in 1819 and 1821 (PL •

(Anna Magdzińska, Anti-Jewish Riots in Chojnice in 1900 (PL •

(Szymon Rudnicki, Pogrom in Siedlce in 1906 (PL •

(Wiesław Paszkowski, Incidents of 27 May 1919 in Częstochowa: Case Study (PL •

Commentator: Prof. Ruth Leiserowitz

Section II, Room 108

(English language sessions)

(Comparative Approach (9.00 – 11.00 AM

Chair: Prof. David Engel

Hanna Węgrzynek, Anti-Jewish Pogroms in the Early Modern and Modern Periods – Similarities and •

(Differences (EN

(Victoria Khiterer, Jewish Pogroms in Bialystok and Siedlce in the Summer of 1906 (EN •

(Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Comparative Approach in the Studies of Post –1945 Pogroms in Eastern Europe (EN •

Commentator: Prof. Krzysztof Makowski

(11.00 – 11.15 AM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

(Galician Pogroms (11.30 AM – 1.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Natalia Aleksiun

(Marcin Soboń, „Hurra, chłopcy!” – Antisemitic Riots in the Nowy Sącz Region, 19–25.06.1898 (EN •

(Daniel Unowsky, Political Moblization, Catholic Antisemitism, and March 1898 Violence in Wieliczka (EN •

(Wacław Wierzbieniec, Anti-Jewish Incidents in Galicia in 1898 – Example of the Strzyżów County (EN •

(Leszek Hońdo, Die Quellen zu den Judenpogromen im nuenzehnten Jahrhundert in Galizien (PL •

Commentator: Prof. Kai Struve

(1.00 – 2.00 PM Lunch (Sala Kolumnowa

(Pogroms during the Holocaust (2.00 – 4.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Katarzyna Person

(Krzysztof Buchowski, Vilnius, October 1939 (EN •

(Sara Bender, Not only in Jedwabne (EN •

?Jason Wittenberg, Why Do Pogroms Occur in Some Localities But Not in Others •

(Evidence from Poland, 1941 (EN

(Marcin Urynowicz, Pogroms against the Jews in „Biuletyn Informacyjny”. Facts and Interpretations (EN •

Commentator: Prof. Grzegorz Berendt

(4.15 – 4.30 PM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

(Pogroms in Ukraine and Polesie (4.30 – 7.00 PM

Chair: Prof. François Guesnet

(Gur Alroey, Gender Perspective of the Pogroms in Ukraine During the Civil War, 1918–1920 (EN •

Kai Struve German Rule, Ukrainian Nationalism, and Anti-Jewish Violence in Summer 1941 in Eastern •

(Galicia (EN

(Grzegorz Berendt, Jews and their Neighbours in Polesie in the Weeks Following 22 June 1941 (EN •

Commentator: Prof. Victoria Khiterer

Section III, room 125

(Polish language sessions)

(Literature and Pogroms, part I (9.00 – 11.00 AM

Chair: Prof. Sławomir Buryła

(Zuzanna Kołodziejska, Echoes of the Bialystok Pogrom in the Integrationist Literature (PL •

(Alina Molisak, Pogroms in the Press. The Question of Language (PL •

(Maria Antosik-Piela, Ruins of Galicia – “Tła” by Emil Tenenbaum (PL •

Commentator: Dr. Małgorzata Domagalska

(11.00 – 11.15 AM Coffee break (Sala Kolumnowa and room 108

(1.00 – 2.00 PM Lunch (Sala Kolumnowa

(Literature and Pogroms after 1939, part II (2.00 – 4.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Alina Molisak

Paweł Wolski, Jedwabne: the Place (Almost) Common. Topics of Jedwabne in Polish Contemporary •

(Literature (PL

Marta Tomczok, Drowning of Mothers and Infants as an Episode in the Accounts on the Pogrom •

(in Jedwabne and Its Literary Elaboratons and Addenda (PL

(Bartłomiej Krupa, Pogrom in Kielce in Historical and Literary Narratives (PL •

Commentator: Prof. Sławomir Buryła

(Literature and Pogroms after 1939, part III (4.30 – 7.00 PM

Chair: Dr. Alina Molisak

Małgorzata Lipska, Is “Nasza klasa” about a Pogrom? A Look at Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s Theatre Play •

(in the Context of Polish and Israeli Performances (PL

(Katarzyna Kuczyńska-Koschany, “Dry Pogrom” Poems” – March `68 and Polish Poetry (PL •

Commentator: Dr. Piotr Weiser

JUNE 12, 2015 (FRIDAY), POLIN MUSEUM OF THE HISTORY OF POLISH JEWS

Section I, Auditorium

(Sessions translated into English)

(Pogroms in Art (9.00 – 11.00 AM

Chair: Prof. Katarzyna Mąka-Malatyńska

Renata Piątkowska, Art And Pogroms. The Wave of 1903–1906 Pogroms in the Works of Jewish Artists •

(from Poland (PL

(Artur Tanikowski, “Palestine Bloviates”: Visual Arts and Anti-Jewish Pogroms in the Years 1914–1920 (PL •

(Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia, Apocaliptical Shtetl – Pogroms in the Art of Jewish Expressionists (EN •

Commentator: Dr. Katarzyna Bojarska

11.00 – 11.15 AM Coffee break

(Case Studies: Interwar Poland (11.15 AM – 1.15 PM

Chair: Dr. Kamil Kijek

Natalia Aleksiun, November 1931 in Wilno: Student Riots and the Making of the Polish •

(Antisemitic Martyr (EN

(Andrei Zamoiski, The Anti-Jewish Pogrom in Grodno on June 7, 1935 (EN •

(Zofia Trębacz, National Conflict in the Border Town. Pogrom in Bielsko-Biała in 1937 (PL •

Michał Trębacz, Pogrom in Częstochowa (19 June 1937) – Schematic Development and Atypical •

(Reaction of Authorities (PL

Commentator: Prof. Wacław Wierzbieniec

Section II, Conference room

(Polish language sessions)

(Sources: Narratives on Pogroms (9.00 – 11.00 AM

Chair: Dr. Hanna Węgrzynek

Aleksandra Oniszczuk, Narrativess on What Happened in Kalisz on 23 June 1878. Searching •

(for Sources of Discrepancies (PL

(Katarzyna Person, Easter Pogrom in Warsaw 1940. Witness Accounts (PL •

(Adam Kopciowski, Pogroms in Memorial Books (PL •

Michał Majewski, Anti-Jewish Incidents in the Podlasie Region in 1941 in Light of Local Monographies •

(Publihsed in Podlasie after 1989 (PL

Commentator: Dr. Dobrochna Kałwa

11.00 – 11.15 AM Coffee break

(Pogroms and Politics (11.15 AM – 1.15 PM

Chair: Dr. Alina Cała

Ihor Wradij, Anarchists in the Russian Empire and Their Role in Pogroms of Jews at the Beginning of the •

(20th Century (PL

Alicja Gontarek, Anti-Jewish Cryptopropaganda by Stronnictwo Narodowe in the Years 1936–1937 in •

(Poland (Case Study of the Warsaw Province) (PL

.Grzegorz Krzywiec, From Exclusion to Violence Sponsored by the State •

Związek Młodej Polski (1937–1939) – Case Study of Antisemitic Eliminatory Discurse Evolving towards

(the Antisemitic Collective Violence (PL

Commentator: Prof. Szymon Rudnicki

1.15 – 2.15 PM Formal Closing of the Conference, Audytorium

Chair: Dr. Małgorzata Pakier

Szymon Rudnicki – closing remarks •

Artur Markowski – word of thanks •

Visit to the Core Exhibition

:Organising Committee

Prof. Sławomir Buryła, Professor at the University of Warmia and Mazury

Dr. August Grabski, Jewish Historical Institute

Dr. Artur Markowski, University of Warsaw

Dr. Małgorzata Pakier, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Marzena Szugiero, University of Warsaw – conference secretary

:Academic Committee

Prof. François Guesnet, University College London

Prof. Szymon Rudnicki, University of Warsaw

Prof. Dariusz Stola, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Prof. Bożena Szaynok, University of Wrocław

Prof. Ruth Leiserowitz, Deutsches Historisches Institut in Warschau

AAC: Cold Warriors. The Cultural Avant-Garde of the Bipolar Struggle

CALL FOR PAPERS : Cold Warriors. The Cultural Avant-Garde of the Bipolar
Struggle

Date : November 26-27, 2015
Place : Sciences Po, Paris, France

Deadline : May 31, 2015

For most of the second part of the twentieth century, geopolitical issues
remained at the center of the historiographical debate on the Cold War. Culture
and ideology, however, have gained more and more attention in recent
historiography. New emphasis has been placed on the role of ideas and language,
as well as on the agency of specific individual and collective actors. In this
perspective, the concept of the Cold Warrior appears crucial. Generally used to
refer to governments’ officials who were directly involved in the
policymaking process, the notion expands here to encompass all those thinkers
actively engaged in the definition of the nature of the bipolar struggle and
the means necessary to wage it. At the same time products and agents of decades
of divisive experiences of politics, they built antithetical, antagonistic, and
more or less belligerent Weltanschauungen, often acting as cultural avant-garde
of the West-East confrontation. Their role was twofold: on the one hand, they
had to define a common image of the enemy; on the other, they had to construct
their own side’s self-representation and
self-legitimation.

Although this kind of historical analysis remains defined by the chronological
boundaries of the Cold War, the study of these ‘embedded’ ideologists could
be inserted in a broader temporal dimension, as the confrontational dynamics
that they contributed to set in motion and the discursive categories they
produced transcend traditional categorizations. The two-day conference will
focus on the personal paths of a number of political, intellectual and
institutional protagonists of the cultural struggle between the two blocs.

Their common denominator, far from being defined by geography or profession,
will lay in their willingness to engage with the ideological context of the
Cold War – and in their ability to shape it. An important theme will thus
remain the analysis of the relationship between the intellectual and political
power. The conference will bring together different case studies and
interpretations from both sides of the Iron Curtain, seeking possible syntheses
and new interpretations. Critiques of bipolarism, and the elaboration of
non-aligned or neutral positions will also be taken into account.

We invite proposals of 250-300 words from young researchers (PhD students, post
doctorate and early career researchers). We particularly welcome transnational
and interdisciplinary perspectives. Selected proposals will be divided into
three panels with commentary throughout the two days. Full papers shall be
submitted in English and they will be circulated in advance.

A cocktail reception in the first evening and a light lunch in the second day
will be offered to the participants. Depending of the funds available, some
reimbursements for the expenses could also be provided.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Bruno Settis, Gaetano Di Tommaso

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Prof. Jenny Andersson (CEE, Sciences Po)
Prof. Frédéric Attal (Université de Valenciennes)
Prof. Michele Battini (University of Pisa)
Prof. Mario Del Pero (CHSP, Sciences Po)
Prof. Anders Stephanson (LSE-Columbia University)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Giles Scott-Smith (University of Leiden)

Please send proposals and any enquiries to chsp.cw2015@gmail.com by May 31,
2015

Séminaire : Histoire des Juifs en Europe après 1945 – « La Tchécoslovaquie après 1945 : bonne mère ou marâtre pour les Juifs ? »

La prochaine séance de l’atelier “Histoire des Juifs en Europe après 1945″ aura lieu le jeudi 19 mars 2015, de 17h à 19h.

Nous recevrons Paul Lenormand, doctorant au Centre d’Histoire de Sciences Po, qui présentera une intervention intitulée :
« La Tchécoslovaquie après 1945 : bonne mère ou marâtre pour les Juifs ?  »

Sa présentation sera discutée par Marta Craveri, Chercheur associé au CERCEC et Directrice scientifique adjointe à la FMSH.

La séance aura lieu à Sciences Po,13 rue de l’Université, Paris 7e, salle du Conseil, 5e étage.

Plus d’informations sur la séance et les intervenants sont disponibles sur le carnet de recherche « Histoire des Juifs après 1945 » : http://hdja1945.hypotheses.org/1681

Pour connaître le programme de l’année en cours : http://hdja1945.hypotheses.org/1467
 
Cordialement,
L’équipe de l’atelier “Histoire des Juifs en Europe après 1945″

AAC : Intermarriage in Eastern Europe and Eurasia (Edited Volume)

Call for Submissions: Edited volume on Intermarriage in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Call for Submissions
Intermarriage in Eastern Europe and Eurasia:  Ethnic Mixing Under Fascism, Communism, and Beyond

We seek contributors to an interdisciplinary edited volume on the phenomenon of ethnic intermarriage in twentieth-century Eastern Europe and Eurasia.  We have already assembled a group of experts in a number of geographic and disciplinary fields and now seek several more contributions to complete the volume.

Despite the prevalence of intermarriage in a region historically characterized by great ethnic, linguistic, and religious heterogeneity, the topic has received little systematic attention from scholars.  Our volume will juxtapose the most recent research on interethnic mixed marriage in and across different cultures and will place the individual case studies in a comparative European/Eurasian context.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email a brief description of your potential contribution and your cv to <edgar@history.ucsb.edu> and <b-frommer@northwestern.edu>.

Adrienne Edgar, University of California, Santa Barbara

Benjamin Frommer, Northwestern University

COLLOQUE : « La tradition française de la philosophie du corps et de la vie »

« The French Tradition of the Philosophy of the Body and Life »

« La tradition française de la philosophie du corps et de la vie »

 Organisé par l’Institut de philosophie de l’Académie des sciences de la République tchèque, il se déroulera du 10 au 12 mars 2015 à la Villa Lana, V Sadech 1, Prague 6. Veuillez trouver ci-joints la présentation et le programme du colloque. Pour tout renseignement complémentaire, veuillez-vous adresser à Mme Anne Gléonec : gleonecanne@yahoo.fr.

CONFERENCE : Comment l’Europe centrale est entrée dans le monde communiste (1945-1949). Une comparaison entre la Pologne, la Tchécoslovaquie et la Hongrie

Date : 6 Mars 2015, 19h00
Place : Bibliothèque Polonaise de Paris – 6 quai d’Orléans – 75004 Paris

Convenor : Société historique et littéraire polonaise, Bibliothèque
polonaise de Paris

Intervenants :
Paul Gradvohl, directeur du Centre de Civilisation française (Université de
Varsovie)
Witold Griot, normalien et doctorant (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Antoine Marès, professeur d’histoire de l’Europe centrale (Université
Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Faisant suite à une première réunion de l’automne 2013 sur la constitution
des États d’Europe centrale au lendemain de 1918, cette séance collective
est inspirée par une approche comparative qui nous semble essentielle pour
montrer à la fois les points communs et les spécificités des trois espaces
nationaux considérés du nord au sud : polonais, tchécoslovaque et hongrois.
Il s’agira de voir quels facteurs généraux ont joué dans la satellisation
de ces trois États, mais aussi les particularités historiques, idéologiques
et événementielles qui forment entre 1945 et 1949 le socle de ce processus.

Contact :
evenements.shlp@bplp.fr
tél. 01 55 42 91 87
www.bibliotheque-polonaise-paris-shlp.fr