During this panel session, I gave a response to some of the questions raised by Dr Dace Dzenovska's paper, 'The Great Departure: Debt and Morality in the context of Latvian Outmigration', within the wider context of the Baltic States. Given my interests in collective memory, I explored how the dynamics of this 'Great Migration' might impact on how the Second World War, the Holocaust and the Soviet-era is remembered by Lithuanians and Lithuanian Jews both within Lithuania and receiving countries such as the UK. Attached are the poster and conference programme for this event which was was covened by Professor Janet Wilson and myself and was supported by the EU Marie Curie CoHaB ITN.
|Publication status||Published - 23 Apr 2014|
|Event||Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging Symposium on Visual, Literary and Cultural Representations - The University of Northampton, School of the Arts|
Duration: 23 Apr 2014 → …
|Other||Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging Symposium on Visual, Literary and Cultural Representations|
|Period||23/04/14 → …|
Allwork, L. (2014). Response to Dr Dace Dzenovska for the panel session, ‘Cultural politics and Baltic diasporas’. Paper presented at Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging Symposium on Visual, Literary and Cultural Representations, .