This three-day-long international forum provides an opportunity to commemorate forced labour in Europe during World War II. Through various forums such as public talks, workshops and excursions, we invite participants to exchange their views and share their experiences about the history of Nazi forced labour as well as to discuss the various ways Europe has commemorated that history. The event is interdisciplinary and addresses researchers—especially from history, cultural sciences and social sciences—experts on political-historical education and representatives of institutions concerned with commemorating Nazi forced labour. Young researchers are particularly welcome. An important aim of this conference is to offer networking opportunities and foster debate among many participants from all over Europe.
Scholars and Faculty Members
We are pleased to invite scholars, faculty members and young researchers who are particularly interested in this theme and eager to take an active part in discussions led by experts during several panels.
To register for the conference, please send an email to email@example.com containing the following information:
- Name and surname
- Name of the Institution you represent
We accept registration until September 15, 2017.
Conference admission is 130 Polish zloties (30 euros).
We will provide registrants with further information.
Support for PhD Students
We have organized a special panel for PhD students and are ready to provide sixteen research grants (420 euros each) for those inclined to take part in the upcoming event. Applicants should email abstracts, written in English (maximum of 250 words), together with a short curriculum vitae, as a PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the number of participants exceeds the number of grants, the organizers will select from among the participants.
All PhD students are welcome and can attend free of charge.
We accept registration till September 15, 2017.
We will be more than happy to assist you with any questions you may have about our event.