On October 26-28, 2022, the 12th “Genealogies of Memory” “History and Memory in International Relations” conference is held at the Library of the University of Warsaw. Researchers from Europe and the world discuss the different ways of remembering and interpreting historical events and their impact on international relations for three days. A researcher from our Department, Iuliia Eremenko, Ph.D., delivered a lecture entitled “Memories and World Heritage Status: The Impact of Local Expertise” as part of the HERIEXPERT * research project.
* HERIEXPERT – project entitled “Local experts in Polish and German cities of world heritage: their role in polycentric management of heritage sites” implemented as part of the competition of the National Science Center POLONEZ BIS 1, which is co-financed by the European Union framework program for research and innovation Horizon 2020 on the basis of an agreement No. 945339 under the action “Marie Skłodowska-Curie”.
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