FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON THE ROAD / The Undead Past: How Nations Confront the Evils of History

Foreign Affairs and The European Council on Foreign Relations are partnering to host FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON THE ROAD

Guests

Phil Clark
Reader in Comparative and International Politics, SOAS University of London

Franziska Exeler
Mellon Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for History and Economics; Lecturer in History, Free University Berlin, University of Cambridge

Mary Fulbrook
Dean of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, UCL

Nicholas Guyatt
Reader in North American History, University of Cambridge

Justin Vogt
Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs

Chaired by

Josef Janning
Head of Berlin office & Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

Foreign Affairs and The European Council on Foreign Relations are partnering to host FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON THE ROAD.

The Undead Past: How Nations Confront the Evils of History

When: Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 14:00 – 16:00 CET

Where: ECFR Berlin Unter den Linden 17 (Entrance: Rosmarinstrasse 1), 10117 Berlin

 

At this event, The Undead Past: How Nations Confront the Evils of History, a panel of experts will discuss how countries around the world have come to terms with historical wrongdoing in their pasts, and how such efforts effect politics and culture today. We will reflect on the United States’ troubled racial history, trace Germany’s efforts to atone for the crimes of the Nazi regime, explore how Russia has (and has not) dealt with the legacy of Stalin’s tyranny, and assess Rwanda’s ongoing recovery from genocide.

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