COLLECTION

HISTORY AND CULTURAL MEMORY

Abstract

The guiding interest in organizing the History and cultural memory conference, as well as this collection of papers, was the consideration of complex relations between history, cultural memory and politics of memory. These three fundamental concepts are at the center of the memory studies that have become an influential research stream within the humanities and social sciences in the last few decades.

At the International Scientific Conference “History and Cultural Memory” held on May 20 – 21, 2024, the experts dealt with the named topic, which is neither foreign nor unknown to the Institute for Political Studies. The thematic collection of scientific works entitled “Hate Speech and the Cultural Memory” was published by the Institute in 2020, and brought together experts from several countries who adequately responded to the topic fixed in the title of the book. It can be said that the Institute for Political Studies has a tradition of dealing with the cultural memory and its various aspects.

In this Collection you will find:

I HISTORY AND POLITICS OF MEMORY

1. Alexander D. Gronsky, The formation and functioning of memory policy in Byelorussia at the beginning of the XXI century

2. Lev Krishtapovich, Historical memory of the Belarusian people (from the destruction of the USSR to the restoration
of the great Fatherland from Brest to the Kuril islands)

3. Eduard Popov, Ukraine: how to manage the Soviet heritage? (an attempt to
analyze the politics of memory and symbolic politics)

4. Ivan Andreyevich Ivannikov, Ideology of historical memory and legal culture in Russia in the XXI century

5. Zoran Milošević, Historical memory and politics of memory in Serbia: A contribution to the study of NATO’s action against the
cultural memory in Serbia through examples of street renaming in Belgrade

II CULTURAL MEMORY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY

1. Ivan Alekseevich Charota, About memory as a source and a treasure of national-historical identity (with reference to Belarusians in comparison with other Slavic nations, first of all Serbians)

2. Andrey V. Baranov, Historical memory of the Crimean community as a resource for strengthening Russian national identity

3. Elena Vakulina, Natalya Belous, Communicative and cultural memory in the formation of Russian national identity

4. Marija S. Dokić, Transcendence of the idea of historical consciousness from culture of remembrance to the reflection of national consciousness and identity

5. Sanja Suljagić, The cancellation of the cultural memory of on the example of destruction and neglect of the monuments
of Serbian culture in XX century

6. Nikola Perišić, Elements and role of cultural memory on posters and billboards as means of raising national awareness and mobilizing national communities in Montenegro during population cenzus

7. Mitko B. Panov, Being self or becoming Other: revision of history and the EU integration of the Republic Macedonia

8. Igor Janev, The ethnocide that resulted from the Agreement between Macedonia and Greece concluded in Prespa village (“Prespa agreement”, 2018) and the process of assimilation and transformation of the Macedonian identity (“bulgarianization”) as a result of the dismantling, annulment and annihilation of the national identity of the Macedonians

III THE POLITICS OF MEMORY AND THE REVISION OF HISTORY

1. Emil Milanov, Cultural memory as correction of history

2. Oleg Gennadievich Kazak, Historical narrative as a tool for the formation of the alternative ethnic identity (based on materials from the western polesie ethnopolitical movement in Belarus)

3. Budimir Aleksić, The myth of “great Serbia hegemonism” in Montenegrin anti-Serb propaganda narratives

4. Nikolay N. Fomichev, Representation of the political and ethnic history of Kosovo and Maetohija in British historiography of the 2nd and half of the XX – early XXI century: Historical analysis and myth-making.

5. Kirill Shevchenko, Czech history in the service of the Third reich: The politics of ancient memory in the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia in 1939–1945. 

IV CULTURAL MEMORY IN (GEO)POLITICAL CONTEXT

1. Braco Kovačević, From the cultural memory to the culture of refusal (the Great Reset Fascism)

2. Aleksandar Mitić, Reflection of the 1999 NATO aggression in the strategic narratives of global powers and the context of multipolarity

3. Jovana Pavlović, The role of war tribunals in shaping Serbian historical narratives

4. Alexios Panagopoulos, Chronographic historical and geopolitical gap in Dalmatian culture – Greeks and Serbs

5. Maja Antić, On the influence of Austrian propaganda in Herzegovina and the insurgent attitude of Christians in the coverage of the
Day magazine (1861–1865) 

V HISTORIOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND PERPETUATION OF HISTORICAL MEMORY

1. Tatyana Alexandrovna Mishchenko Visual representation of the historical memory of the Soviet pioneers of the Kaliningrad region after the Second world war

2. Victor Vasilievich Mishchenko, The contribution of the imperial house of Romanov to sanitary and military medicine during the Great war: How to preserve historical memory Remembrance of the Russian medical missions in the city of Niš as the provisional Capital of Serbia (1914–1915)

3. Dejan Antić, Remembrance of the Russian medical missions in the city of Niš as the provisional Capital of Serbia (1914–1915)

4. Antoni Mironowicz, Balkan manuscripts in the collections of the Supraśl monastery in XVI century 

5. Elena Alexandrovna Mironova, Sacred spaces around mount Treskovac (Romania-Serbia) in the aspect of a common Eurasian paleolithic cult of fertility

6. Dajana Lazarević, The tradition of cultivating a cultural memory at the Institute for political studies: selective bibliography of scientific articles

COLLECTION HISTORY AND CULTURAL MEMORY

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