11.03. do 12.03.2021 w online, Polska

Beyond Collaboration and Resistance: Everyday Life in Occupied Poland

  • 11.03. do 12.03.2021
  • Początek o: 14:30
  • Język wydarzenia: Angielski, Polski
  • Deutsches Historisches Institut Warschau, Professur für Neuere Geschichte Osteuropas, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Miejsce wydarzenia: Zoom
  • Rodzaj wydarzenia: Warsztaty

Link do tego wpisu: https://www.pol-int.org/pl/node/9355

In this online workshop, young scholars present their ongoing research on the history and aftermath of the occupation of Poland during World War II. The presentations focus on the intertwined everyday life of the occupiers and the occupied and aim at reflecting on opportunities, theories, and methods of historiography beyond the national paradigm.

Beyond Collaboration and Resistance: Everyday Life in Occupied Poland

Please register for the panel sessions via email to martin.borkowski-saruhan@uni-goettingen.de. You will receive the Zoom link via email.

The keynote lecture will be held by Professor Jerzy Kochanowski (Warsaw) and is open to the public.
Zoom Webinar
https://uni-goettingen.zoom.us/j/98534634259

Programm

11 March 2021

14:30-14:40
Introductory Remarks

14:40-16:00
Panel 1
Chair: Ruth Leiserowitz (Warsaw)

Friedrich Cain (Vienna):
Two Lives as If. On Sociologies of the Underground and Everyday Life in Occupied Poland (1939-1945)
Martin Wiesche (Munich):
Acting with and without agency. The Everyday Life of Dr. Michał Weichert

16:00-16.20
Break

16:20-17:40
Panel 2
Chair: Jan Hassink (Göttingen)

Justyna Majewska (Warsaw):
We want to see not slaves but free working people. Debates about Wartime Agricultural Camps in the Underground Press of the Warsaw Ghetto
Martin Borkowski-Saruhan (Göttingen):
Exploring a Photo Album from a Nazi Youth Organization Sports Festival in Occupied East Upper Silesia: on Gender, Race and Everyday Life

17:40-18:00
Break

18.00-19.00
Public Keynote Lecture (in Polish with translation into English)
Zoom-Webinar
https://uni-goettingen.zoom.us/j/98534634259

Jerzy Kochanowski (Warsaw):
Życie codzienne w okupowanej Polsce. Kilka pomysłów na (nieco) inne spojrzenie
Everyday Life in Occupied Poland. Some Ideas for a (Slightly) Different Perspective

12 March 2021

9.30-10.50
Panel 3
Chair: Anke Hilbrenner (Göttingen)

Judith Vöcker (Leicester):
Crime and Criminal Prosecution as a Part of Everyday Life in Jewish ghettos
Elena Lopatina (Moscow):
Pictures of Everyday Life on the Polish Territories Occupied by the Red Army (January 1944- December 1945)

10.50-11.10
Break

11.10-12.30
Panel 4
Chair: André Gounot (Strasbourg)

Maria Frolova (St. Petersburg):
Wieszcz: Everyday Life in Andrzej Wajda's Films
Ramona Bechauf (Göttingen):
Collective Memory and Beyond: Transnational and Digital Approaches to Memory Culture in Polish Museums

12.30-12.45
Break

12.45-13.15
Closing Discussion
Summarizing Commentary: Kerstin Bischl, Anke Hilbrenner (Göttingen)

Kontakt

Martin Borkowski-Saruhan
Seminar für Mittlere und Neuere Geschichte, Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14, 37073 Göttingen