With the permission of the speakers, the recording of certain presentations given during the academic conference in Berlin are published online and available via the links below.

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27 August, 2021

"No peace to end all violence": Nationalism, Imperialism
and Internationalism after 1919"

Keynote by Roy Knocke

Historian, Associate Lecturer at the University of Potsdam

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28 August, 2021

Learning from the Turks - Interwar Germany, the Nazis and the Quest for Violent Solutions

Presentation by Stefan Ihrig

Professor of History, University of Haifa

28 August, 2021

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Jewish Minority Protection during the Interwar Period - The Comité des délégations juives & The Schwarzbard Trial

Presentation by Momme Schwarz

Research Associate and PhD candidate, working on the project "Encyclopedia of Jewish Cultures" at the Saxonian Academy of Sciences in Leipzig

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28 August, 2021

The Apex of European Traditional «Gypsy policy» in the Interwar Period - A History of Policy Radicalization

Presentation by Chalak Kaveh

Associate Professor of History, Volda University College

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28 August, 2021

 War, Genocide and Remembrance in the Modern Middle East

Presentation by Vicken Cheterian

Political analyst, Lecturer at the University of Geneva

and at Webster University, Switzerland

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28 August, 2021

The Complexity of Denialism in Turkey during the Interwar Period

Presentation by Fatma Müge Göçek

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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28 August, 2021

Remembering the Great War in the Middle East.
Constructing Cultural Trauma in Aljazeera (English) Documentaries

Presentation by Michael B. Elm

Tel Aviv University/Free University of Berlin

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29 August, 2021

Violence against Women and Children
in the Context of the Development of International Law

Presentation by Edita Gzoyan

Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, Yerevan

29 August, 2021

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Presentation by Roy Knocke

Lepsiushaus, Potsdam