12 May 2016
Cultural representations of trauma: in art, literature and cinema
Classes are held from 9.00 to 15.00
Monday to Friday
Saturday and Sunday – free time.
English and Russian. An interpreter provided
All participants who attend the course will be awarded a certificate of participation
Nikolai Vukov, specialist in the First World War commemoration history of Eastern Europe, Professor, Senior researcher at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia.
Ingrid Sharp, Professor at the University of Leeds, Director of German, Russi
Teachers, researchers, graduate students of higher educational institutions, senior students specializing in the field of history, culture, sociology, political science and gender studies. Number of participants in school: 25 people.
The main aim of the summer school is to carry out a comparative analysis of the experience of overcoming of social and cultural trauma in different post-conflict societies in Europe and Russia. Trauma studies have institutionalized in the Western social sciences long time ago, but many researchers still find these studies unformed and amorphous. Trauma studies combine approaches of many different social studies, so they need to develop own structure and methods. Trauma studies as a trend do not exist in Russia, so we consider it important to popularize Trauma studies among Russian researchers.
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