Discourses of Mass Violence in Comparative Perspective
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Conference "The Cultural Memory of Mass Violence: Re-mediation and Pre-mediation"

"Ideology and Complicity in Mass Violence": Book Roundtable

Second Session of the Research Group "Representations of Cultural Trauma in the Hebrew Bible"

Roundtable "Beyond the Law: Justifications of Mass Violence in Social and Scholarly Discourses"

Course "Fake News and Extremism: Propaganda and Fanatics in History and in the Present"

Podcast "Empires Strike Back - Did the 'Balance of Power' Just Make a Comeback?"

Keynote "Implication in Commemoration: On Current Interests in Past Complicities"

Talk "Complicity: A Crisis of Participation in Testimonies of Totalitarianism in Contemporary German-language Literatures"

Book Launch: Eva Maria Altmann, Das Unsagbare Verschweigen

Talk "Complicity at a Distance: Commemorating Problematic Involvement in Perpetration"

Podcast "Right To Truth and The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia"

Appeals to Historical Authority Justifying Mass Violence in Pamphlets

Discoursive Constructions of Enmity: Populisms, Conspiracy, Hate

Talk "Historians and Transitional Justice Historians and Transitional Justice: Promises and Pitfalls"

Methodological Challenges of Analysing Justificatory Discourses of Mass Violence

Discourses of Mass Violence in Comparative Perspective

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New England, USA, September 2022

Serbia, August 2021

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