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Visegrad Insight 1/2013 (3)

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Visegrad Insight 1/2013 (3)

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Opis produktu

The third issue of Visegrad Insight “My Hero, Your Enemy” is devoted to history teaching in the region.

Read more on the Visegrad Insight webpage.

The topic in question is discussed by renowned academics, writers, intellectuals and diplomats, including: Péter Balázs (Central European University Professor, former Foreign Affairs Minister of Hungary and former EU Commissioner), Paweł Ukielski (Deputy Director of the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising), Mária Schmidt (Director of Terror Háza, Budapest), Oldřich Tůma (Czech Academy of Sciences), Juraj Marušiak (Slovak Academy of Sciences), Petr Vágner (former Executive Director of the International Visegrad Fund), and Krzysztof Varga, Pavol Rankov and Viktor Horváth (writers).

Moreover, in this issue readers will find the following discussions:

● The impact of the economic crisis on media ownership in Central Europe by Václav Štětka from Oxford University;

● Consideration of the new policy of Russia toward the Visegrad Group by Jana Kobzová, European Council on Foreign Relations;

● Evaluation of the Polish presidency of the V4 by Mateusz Gniazdowski, Centre for Eastern Studies,

● Who defines what constitutes Central European art by Piotr Kosiewski;

● Reportage on abandoned soviet barracks in the region by János Deme;

● The late Jan Balabán’s unpublished short stories;

and many other interesting pieces of analysis, opinion and essays.

 

CONTENTS 

 

Europe

Survey: Oldřich Tůma, Mária Schmidt, Juraj Marušiak, Gábor Gyáni, Paweł Ukielski on the role of teaching history and the politics of memory play in the region

My Hero Your Enemy. Interview with Peter Vágner by Wojciech Przybylski

Peter Vágner explains public role of history research and debate in Central Europe.

We Are the Stories We Tell. Historical Conciliation of Ethnic Tensions in Central Europe by Dagmar Kusá

Analysis by a Slovak expert on theory and practice of conflict resolution.

Exploring History – Towards a Common Visegrad Image. Piotr Bajda asks what is required to build a reliable historical image of the region.

 

Think Tank Watch      

Response of Think Tanks to Visegrad Challenges  by  Tomáš Strážay

View on challenges and constraints that analytical groups have to face today from Think Visegrad coordinator.

 

Economy and Business          

Rise of the Tycoons. Václav Štětka from Oxford University on economic crisis and changing media ownership in Central Europe.

Exhibitions Are Not Spectator Sports. Can history be good business? We explore a new niche of business called “museum outsourcing” in interview with Łukasz Wróbel by Martin Ehl.

New Dilemmas About Textbooks by Wojciech Przybylski

Digital textbooks mark the beginnings of a new age in history teaching. Wojciech Przybylski ponders what challenges such developments will ultimately pose.

 

Interview        

History Beyond Nations. Interview with Péter Balázs by Wojciech Przybylski

How researchers from Center for EU Enlargement Studies look at units larger than nations.

 

Intelligent Mind

Neighbors and Shadows. Pavel Rankov in discussion with Viktor Horváth and Krzysztof Varga.

Three prominent Central European writers discuss prejudices about neighbors focusing on the traumas from the beginning of the twentieth century.

History Education and Regime ChangeThe Case of Slovak History Textbooks by  Slavka Otcenasova

A History Lesson for Good Pupils by Tamás Gomperz

A Hungarian journalist and a Slovak researcher investigate the nature of history teaching in their respective countries.

The Ghost of Judeopolonia, or the Non-Existent Eastern European Confederation by Zoltán Halasi

Literary excursion into an unfulfilled intellectual project.

 

Visegrad abroad         

Poland’s Presidency in the Visegrad Group: More Than an Eastern Element by Mateusz Gniazdowski

Should Central Europe Worry About Putin’s Return To The Kremlin?  by Janá Kobzová

 

Communities  

The Art of Remembrance. Artistic Strategies to Remember the Roma Holocaust by Anna Lujza Szász

Insightful commentary about the public memory on the genocide of the Roma in the Holocaust.

 

Reportage      

Dead Ends of the Socialist Arms Race. Abandoned Soviet Barracks in Eastern Europe by János Deme

 

 Urban 

Remembering the City. A Guide Through the Past of Košice by István Kollai

Cities actually do travel or at least they have changed their geopolitical situation in Central Europe. An introduction to one of many fascinating projects of the Terra Recognita Foundation

 

Books 

First step toward hope. Introduction to Jan Balabán’s prose by Petr Hruška

Eye to Eye  by Jan Balabán

Lost in Translation by Jane deLynn

 

Arts – Looking back    

The other (?) Europe. Piotr Kosiewski on what Central European art actually is and how and where it is defined

Theatrical Encounters between Poland and Hungary by Judit Barta

 

Opportunities and Announcements   

Future of the Fund. Interview with Karla Wursterová by Jiří Sýkora and Natalia Kierczak

 

Essay  

A Different Country  by Marcin Król. Reflexion on tensions that democracy has brought to history studies in Central Europe from prominent Polish philosopher and historian.

 

 

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