Mémoires divisées et imaginaires politico-culturels en Europe après la guerre froide

Appel à contributions pour le premier numéro de la revue EUrope : cultures, mémoires, identités, à paraître en 2025

Les soumissions sont attendues, en français ou en anglais, d’ici le 18 juin 2024. Pour plus de détails, voir ici.

Thèmes proposés:

We invite scholars based in multiple disciplinary domains – cultural memory studies, the political sociology of memory, cultural and literary studies, comparative political studies, geopolitics, historiography, mnemohistory, European studies, international relations etc. – to contribute with articles to the first issue of the journal Europe: cultures, mémoires, identités, in approaching, for example, the following topics (without limiting at them):

  • Legacies of Cold War and “regions of memory” in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Political memory games in the Central- and Eastern-European space after the end of Cold War
  • The Revolutions of 1989 and the fragmented memories (political, cultural, social, and autobiographical) of the former Eastern bloc
  • Lieux de mémoire, politics of history and cultural texts in the memory cultures of Central and Eastern Europe in the aftermath of 1989/ 1991
  • “Painful pasts”, contested histories, and nostalgic memories in Central and Eastern Europe during the democratic transitions
  • Competing traumatic memories in the context of European integration: Holocaust vs. Gulag
  • “Faces” and metamorphoses of nostalgia in the Europe of divided memories: from the 90s to the present days
  • Fragmented memories and mnemohistories of democratic transitions in the Central- and Eastern-European space
  • Nationalism and transnationalism in the political and cultural memories of “Europe’s Europes” in the aftermath of 1989/ 1991
  • Populism, neo-nationalism, and fragmented memories in the context of the enlargement of European Union
  • Conflicting cultural memories, “time maps”, and symbolic geographies in “Europe’s Europes” in the aftermath of 1989/ 1991
  • Memory wars after 1989/ 1991: national(ist) and transnational mobilizations
  • The memory wars in the post-Yugoslav space: from the 90s to present contexts. Competitive memory vs. multidirectional memory. The Yugonostalgic counter-memory. Damnatio memoriae Yugonostalgia. Restorative nostalgia vs. Yugonostalgia. Retrotopias vs. retrospective utopias.
  • “From EUphoria to EU-goslavia”
    Fragmented memories, forms of Euroscepticism, and perspectives on the European common heritage
  • The European integration and the geopolitics of memory
    Instances of the “memory diplomacy” in “Europe’s Europes” after the end of Cold War
  • Fragmented memories and social cohesion in national, regional, and European contexts etc.


Citer ce billet
AFEBALK (2024, 29 mai). Mémoires divisées et imaginaires politico-culturels en Europe après la guerre froide. AFEBalk. Consulté le 17 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/11qv2