Vilnius seminar series do address violence and modernity in Eastern Europe
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
The ‘short 20th century’ — as opposed to ‘the long 19th century’ — was characterized by high levels of destruction. Wars, ideological conflicts, population mobilizations, massive displacements, and genocides lay at the heart of the emergence of modernity across the continent. These questions are addressed in a seminar series organized by Vilnius University and European Humanities University, "Violence and Social Change in Lithuania, Belarus, and Central-Eastern Europe in the 20th Century".
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