3 June 2021, 19:30 CET: The Original Sin of Europe’s Dark 20th Century: (Re)Integrating the Armenian Genocide into European and World History
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Stefan Ihrig (University of Haifa)
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Claire Mouradian (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris)
Our knowledge about the Armenian Genocide and what it meant for the world at that time has expanded rapidly in recent years. It also triggered intense debates in Germany after the First World War: For example, the Armenian Genocide represented a central lesson about racial politics and the international order for German nationalists and the Nazis. Through its reception and related debates, it became part of the prehistory of the Shoah. This lecture will examine the significance of the Armenian Genocide for a European understanding of 20th century history.
To attend please register here: https://memorialdelashoah-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/4016203807235/WN_S7wwiBgmSb-_IDxM6QUF5w?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=Invitation_1%3a_Genocide_and_International_Justice_after_1919&utm_medium=email
This event is part of the project “Ideas & their Consequences: Genocide and International Justice after 1919″co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union and led by AGBU Europe in partnership with the Lepsiushaus in Potsdam, EUJS and the Phiren Amenca International Network. To learn more about this project, visit: https://www.genocideandjusticeafter1919.com/