ABOUT THE EVENT
Welcome to conference on decolonizing museums in East-Central Europe
The conference program includes
as well as research paper sessions:
There will be also two special events:
not to mention evening networking rooms.
We decided to ask the speakers for shorter, more condensed presentations (of up to 10 minutes) to create a situation in which there will still be a room for discussion, which will allow our audience to engage in conversation.
about the speakers
Paper presenters, roundtable speakers and panel chairs
The conference will be an opportunity to meet more than 50 speakers dealing with colonial pasts in museums and heritage sites in East-Central Europe. Some of them will present their own papers, some others will take part in roundtables. Among them there are scholars, curators, cultural activists and visual artists.
We are overjoyed to have with us initiators of intellectual debates: Nicholas Boston, Carine Durand, Léuli Eshrāghi, Quinsy Gario, Rado Ištok, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Erica Lehrer, James Mark, Wayne Modest, Margaret Amaka Ohia-Nowak, Karol Radziszewski, Naomi Recollet, Cynthia Schimming, Joanna Warsza, Jürgen Zimmerer.
Find out more about them and engage in a common conversation about the decolonial.
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