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Piotr Osęka (Warszawa): From national Catholicism to national communism and back again. The long duration of political myths | Lecture

Disciplines

History Political science Sociology

Topics

Antisemitism Central and Eastern Europe Church history Comparative politics National movements Nationalism Right-wing movements in Central and Eastern Europe

Description

Online Lecture, 30.6., 18:00 (s.t.), via Zoom

Part of the lecture series "Rechtsruck in Europa. Die polnischen Perspektiven"

The talk will analyze propaganda and political discourse over the past hundred years in Poland. I intend to show, to what extent the threads making up nationalist ideology and Catholic integrationism - anti-Semitism, anti-elitism, fear of sexuality - survived the cataclysm of war and were revived first in the communist era and then in contemporary Poland.

Registration: johann(dot)wiede(at)uni-jena(dot)de

More information on the lecture series here: https://www.aleksander-brueckner-zentrum.org/veranstaltungen/vortraege#c3082

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