A major paradigm change is happening in Holocaust memorialization that will have a major impact on European identity, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her chapter in Practices of Memory and Knowledge Production.
Here you’ll find the book chapters written by DI researchers.
“A significant paradigm change is happening in Holocaust memorialization currently, which will have a major impact on European identity,” our Research Affiliate, Andrea Peto writes in the foreword of the book If This Is a Woman: Studies on Women and Gender in the Holocaust.
In his chapter in One Hundred Years of Communist Experiments, our Research Affiliate Andras Bozoki investigates how censorship worked in Hungary in the post-totalitarian period of communist rule.
“There is no other European country that has been mentioned as often as Hungary in discussions about the conservative turn in memory politics,” our Research Affiliate, Andrea Peto writes in her chapter in Conservatism and Memory Politics in Russia and Eastern Europe.
“The issue of democracy and dictatorship is not an ‘either-or’ problem; rather it is one that can be best described along a continuum,” our Research Affiliate Andras Bozoki and his co-author Daniel Hegedus write in their chapter in the volume The Condition of Democracy – Volume 2: Contesting Citizenship.
“The shortsighted approach of the Commission gives rise to worry,” Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law workgroup, and Post-doctoral Research Fellow Barbara Grabowska-Moroz write in their book chapter.
In their chapter in the recently published volume Blockchain and Public Law, Oskar Gstrein (Groningen University) and Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law Workgroup doubt that blockchain is a panacea in the world of inequalities and injustices established and amplified by the concept of citizenship.
In his latest book chapter Balazs Trencsenyi, lead researcher of our Democracy in History workgroup, focuses on the relationship between historical knowledge production and the memory politics and historical ideology of the ‘System of National Cooperation’ that emerged in Hungary after 2010.
In her new book chapter, our Research Affiliate, Andrea Peto investigates the construction of gender in the far right ideology in Central and Eastern Europe.
In his book chapter co-authored with Minna Aslama Horowitz, Marius Dragomir, DI's Senior Program Manager creates a framework for analyzing media capture and its impact on Public Service Media.