East European Dissent between Agenda & Legacy
This conference shall analyze the making of the legacy of East European dissent on the local, national and European levels. Interested primarily in the cultural and political aspects of this process, this conference aims to explore the following questions in particular: how have cultural products related to dissent and repression been employed to depict social relations and legitimize political regimes before and after 1989? How have political-ideological, ethnic or gender-related factors impacted what has been included in and excluded from the legacy of dissent? How have the biographies, agendas and roles of ‘post-dissidents’ shaped and been shaped by processes of remembrance and canonization in the decades since 1989? Conversely, how has ‘1989’ and the process of transition been viewed from the perspective of individuals and groups who did not associate any major expectations or fears with them? Last but not least, what is the relevance of communist-era dissent for Europe today?
The Organizing Committee consists of Muriel Blaive (Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Prague), Kim Christiaens (KU Leuven), Ibesbald Goddeeris (KU Leuven), James Kapalo (University College Cork), Jessie Labov (Central European University), Ferenc Laczó (Maastricht University) and Tamás Scheibner (Hungarian Academy of Sciences).
Please send proposals of 300 words alongside a brief CV (max. two pages) by March 28 to Ferenc Laczó (firstname.lastname@example.org). You shall be informed about the decision regarding your application before the end of April.
An edited volume is being planned.
- Keynote on “Dissent, its Alternatives and Opposites in Communist and Post-Communist Times”
- Panel 1: Dissent and Repression in Cultural Production and Political Representation. Approaches beyond Coming to Terms with the Communist Past
- Panel 2: Post-Dissident Trajectories: On the Biographies, Agendas and Roles of “Former Dissidents” after 1989
- Panel 3: Visibility and Invisibility in the Remembrance of Dissent
- Panel 4: The Irrelevance of 1989? On Minority Reports
- Roundtable on the Legacy of Dissent Today
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