Interdependencies between Memory Culture and Human Rights in the Context of Romani Communities
The justification and implementation of human rights often reverts to past atrocities and crimes against humanity. Particularly in the context of marginalized groups, such as Romani communities all over Europe, human rights in the present and past are often intertwined in a complex relationship.
The conference “Interdependencies between Memory Culture and Human Rights in the Context of Romani Communities” is designed to gather expertise on the multifold connections between human rights and memory culture in relation to Romani communities. For further information on the conference's research interest, see the full call for papers.
Proposals of early Post-Docs and PhD-candidates are welcome up to September 30th 2017 (no longer than 1500 characters incl. spaces), submitted to Stefan Benedik.