Date / time
16 December - 17 December, All day
Tel Aviv University
This conference aims to reexamine the impact of World War II on national, political, economic, social and conceptual boundaries, focusing on events in East-Central Europe. It wishes to bring together researchers from different disciplines in the humanities and social sciences and a variety of perspectives and viewpoints on the study of Eastern Europe during and after WWII, in order to look into long-term and deep changes that occurred in this region as a result of the war. While the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the Communist Bloc did erase some of the old borders, a wide range of demarcation lines remain, and they affect the way those countries deal with the challenges they face today.
Please note: The conference will be held in English