PPT Presentations

By Bo Larsson: full text of all presentations (see list below) is available here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1Tch_F4ds7jcGQwaWp3UDQ2TkE&usp=sharing

1) Chişinău, September 12, 2011:
Chişinău – to the future with history in the luggage.
Presentation at the international conference Identităţile Chişinăului (Chişinău identities), arranged by Asociaţia Natională a Tinerilor Istorici din Moldova (The national Association of Young Historians of Moldova).

2)  Słubice, February 12, 2012:
The memory of vanished population groups in today’s East and Central European urban environments: L´viv, Černivci, Chişinău and Wrocław. Presentation for meeting on the Oder, Geschichtswerkstatt Europa, Frankfurt an der Oder and Słubice.

3) Chişinău, March 27, 2012:
Save Jewish memories in urban environment of Bessarabia and Bucovina! Pesentation at National scientific conference 20 de ani de cercetări asupra evreilor în Republica Moldova. Institutul Patrimoniului Cultural al Academiei de Ştiinţe a Moldovei; Centrul Cultural Evreiesc „KEDEM”

4) Lund, May 14-­16, 2012:
The memory of vanished population groups in today’s East and Central European urban environments: L´viv, Černivci, Chişinău, and Wrocław at International Conference Towards a Common Past? Conflicting Memories on Contemporary Europe by NordForsk Nordic Network in Memory Studies and Centre for European Studies, Lund University.

5) Wrocław, October 18, 2012:
The memory of vanished population groups in today´s East and Central European urban environments: L´viv, Černivci, Chişinău and Wrocław at the international conference Architecture without limits. Culture of the city  – city in culture. Department of Architecture, Politechnika Wrocławska.

6) Tartu, August 26, 2013:
Memories, identity and heritage in urban built environment – in relation to urban planning. Examples from cities in east-­‐central Europe, hit by genocide forced migrations, changing national boundaries and political systems in the 20th century. Contribution to the seminar Closed cities and sites – mapping and documentation, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, Estonia.

7) Chişinău, October 1, 2013:
Memories, identity and heritage in urban built environment – in relation to urban planning. The cases of Chişinău and Černivci (Cernăuţi) – two cities hit by genocide, forced migrations, changing national boundaries and political systems in the 20th century. Presentation at the international conference Identităţile Chişinăului  II (Chişinău identities II), arranged by Asociaţia Natională a Tinerilor Istorici din Moldova (The national Association of Young Historians of Moldova).

8) Chişinău, October 16, 2013:
The memory of vanished population groups in today´s East and Central European urban environments: L´viv, Černivci, Chişinău and Wrocław.  Presentation at the project workshop in Chişinău.

9) Los Angeles, November 20-­21, 2013:
November 20: Preserving Jewish Memories and Heritage in the Urban Environment of Three Cities Hit by the Holocaust and Forced Migrations. Lviv (Lwów, Lemberg), Chernivtsi (Černivci, Cernăuţi, Czernowitz), Chişinău (Kishinev).
November 21:  Urban Planning and the Treatment of vanished Population Groups: The case of Three East European Cities. Chişinău, Černivci and Lviv.
Presentations for lecture and seminar at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles)

By Eleonora Narvselius and Niklas Bernsand

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By Anatolie Gordeev

1) Градостроительство и отношение к памяти в Кишиневе [Urban Planning and Attitude to Memory in Chisinau], Presentation given at the Project Workshop in Chişinău, October 2013.

Full Text: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1Tch_F4ds7jY2JGanZSelhhWEU/edit?usp=sharing

By Svetlana Belenkova

1)  Межвоенный период в архитектуре Черновиц: Конфликт или диалог [Interwar Architecture of Chernivtsi: Conflict or Dialog], Presentation given at the Project Workshop in Chişinău, October 2013.

Full Text: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1Tch_F4ds7jTzFuTGVfN05VcnM/edit?usp=sharing

By Tamara Nesterov

1) Кишинев: архитектура русского периода, 1812-1917 [Chisinau: the Architecture of Russian Period, 1812-1917], Presentation given at the Project Workshop in Chişinău, October 2013.

Full Text: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1Tch_F4ds7jOXNFS09wLVRFTzg/edit?usp=sharing

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2011-2014 Research Project on Memory of Vanished Population Groups in today´s East-Central European Urban Environments, implemented by the Center for European Studies at Lund University and specialists in partner cities

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