Forms of commemorative political-educational work— school books on trial (selected European examples) 

28.09 | 14:00 – 15:30 | WBZ, room 43 (Strażnicza 1-3)


Dominika Uczkiewicz

is PhD-candidate at Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław. She studied Law in Wrocław and Regensburg (Master degree in Law obtained at the University of Wrocław; Faculty of Law, Chair of the Political and Legal Doctrines). Since 2016 collaborates as an editor with “Public History Weekly”.

Her scientific interest focuses on legal history, transitional justice, public history and on the relationships between memory, politics and law.


Martina Cellmer: “Forced Labour in German History Textbooks”

Prof. Joanna Wojdon: “Forced Labour in Polish History Textbooks”

Prof. Luigi Cajani: “Forced Labour in Italian History Textbooks”

Prof. Petro Kendzor: “Presentation of the Topic of Forced Labourers and War Prisoners of WWII in the Interactive Online Resource for School Students in Ukraine”

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