210126 VO M9: SpezialVO East European Studies (2018W)
Nation building, transitional justice and mnemonic conflicts in the post-Soviet space
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Bernhard, Michael H. and Jan Kubik (eds.)2014, Twenty Years After Communism: The Politics of Memory and Commemoration, Oxford UP.
Horne Cynthia M. and Lavinia Stan (eds.),2018, Transitional Justice and the Former Soviet Union: Reviewing the Past, Looking toward the Future, Cambridge UP.
Shevel, Oxana 2016, No Way Out? Post-Soviet Ukraine’s Memory Wars in Comparative Perspective, in: Henry Hale and Robert Orttung (eds.), Beyond the Euromaidan: Comparative Perspectives on Advancing Reform in Ukraine, Stanford UP 2016, pp. 21-40.
Mälksoo, Maria 2015, "Memory Must be Defended’: Beyond the Politics of Mnemonical Security, in: Security Dialogue 46.3, pp. 221-237.
Onken, Eva-Clarita 2007, The Baltic States and Moscow's 9 May Commemoration: Analysing Memory Politics in Europe, in: Europe-Asia Studies 59.1, pp. 23-46.
Julie Fedor et al., 2017, War and Memory in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, Cham: Palgrave MacmillanA full list of texts relevant for the written exam will be put on Moodle