Bale Boone Symposium: Europe Today and the Memory of Violence

Date: 
02/19/2016 - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Location: 
W. T. Young Auditorium

Symposium: Europe Today and the Memory of Violence

All sessions at W. T. Young Auditorium, University of Kentucky

Schedule

W. T. Young Library Auditorium

9:00

 

Introductory remarks 

9:15

The French Revolution and the European Memory of Violence

Jeremy D. Popkin, University of Kentucky

10:00

Law, Morality, and Violence in Nazi Germany

Herlinde Pauer-Studer, University of Vienna

11:15

“Inadmissible” but Secondary: Algerians, the Parisian Police and the Afterlives of State Terror

Lia Brozgal, UCLA

1:30

Weapons of Mass Instruction: Historical Narratives as a Destructive and Reconstructive Force in Former Yugoslavia

Charles Ingrao, Purdue University

2:30

Narcissistic Group Dynamics and the Threat of Violence within Liberal Democracy

Stefan Bird-Pollan, University of Kentucky

3:45

Aftermath of Violence: Reconceptualizations of Trauma

Sara Beardsworth, University of Illinois-Carbondale

4:45

 

Concluding round table

 

 

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