Past Projects and Networks
2011-2014: Memory of Vanished Population Groups in Central and Eastern European Urban Environments. Memory Treatment and Urban Planning in L’viv, Chernivtsi, Chisinau and Wroclaw.
Hosted by the Centre for European Studies at Lund University, led by Bo Larsson, docent in urban planning, architect, and financed by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond. Lund Memory Studies participants: Bo Larsson, Eleonora Narvselius and Niklas Bernsand.
Two concluding volumes from the project are being prepared.
Final conference in Lund, 18-21 November 2014.
Project workshop in Chisinau, Moldova, 14-16 October 2013.
2009-2012: NordForsk Nordic Network in Memory Studies
The Nordforsk Nordic Network in Memory Studies was financed by NordForsk for the period 2009-2012 and coordinated by the Centre for European Studies at Lund University. The member universities were Lund University, University of Copenhagen, University of Stavanger, University of Tartu and University of Helsinki, with individual members from the Nordic countries, Estonia and Latvia.
14-16 May 2012, Lund: Towards a Common Past? Memories on Contemporary Europe
Summer school and workshop 2011, Karlstad
4-5 October 2010, Stavanger: Memory, History and Identity
Summer school 2010, Reykjavik.
23-24 November 2009, Lund: Memory, Trauma and Reconciliation.
4-6 December, Lund: Human Rights and Memory. Third Annual Conference of the Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network. Hosts: Centre for European Studies at Lund University and Human Rights Studies, Lund University.
2-4 October 2013, Lund: Beyond Transition. New Directions in Eastern and Central European Studies. Co-arrangers: Centre for European Studies at Lund University, the Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian SDtudies and the Centre for Baltic and Eastern European Studies at Södertörn University with economic support from the Swedish Society for the Study of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Sällskapet).
7-8 December 2007, Lund: Whose Memory? Which Future? Remembering Europe’s Expelled Peoples of the Twentieth Century.