Protests Movement in Italy and Europe in the Last Decades of the Cold War

Protests Movement in Italy and Europe in the Last Decades of the Cold War

28 novembre 2011, 15h00-19h30

Rome

 

 

Welcome: Valerio Augusto Strinati (Biblioteca del Senato – Roma)

Chair: Silvio Pons (Università di Roma – Tor Vergata)

Panel 1:

  • Kacper SZULECKI (Konstanz Universität): “Glocalizing Peace in a Divided Europe”. The Transnational Dimensions of Czechoslovak and Polish Peace Activism in the 1980s
  • Celia DONERT (Centre for Contemporary History – Potsdam): A Defeated Universalism: The Human Rights of Women in State Socialist Europe

Commentator: Philip Gassert (University of Augsburg)

Panel 2:

  • Guido PANVINI (Università di Macerata): The “Diaspora” of Lotta Continua during the 1980s
  • Lorenzo BOSI (European University Institute): The processes of institutionalization of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement: A social movement approach

Commentator: Marco Gervasoni (Università del Molise)

Panel 3:

  • Valentine LOMELLINI (Università di Padova): Loosing hegemony: Italian Communists, the peace movement and the creation of new political identities in the 1980s
  • Martin KLIMKE (German Historical Institute – Washington D.C.): From Environmental Movement to ‘Anti-Parties Party’: The Rise of the West German Greens in 1980s Cold War Culture
  • Karolina PIETRAS (University Paris IV, La Sorbonne): Lessons from the Last Decade of the Cold War: Different Paths of the East German and Polish Opposition

Commentator: Marc Lazar (Sciences Po – Paris / LUISS)

Concluding roundtable:

Commentator: Antonio Varsori (Università di Padova)

Panelists: Philip Gassert, Marco Gervasoni, Marc Lazar, Silvio Pons

Scientific Committee: Philip Gassert (University of Augsburg), Marco Gervasoni (Università del Molise), Marc Lazar (Sciences Po – Paris / LUISS), Silvio Pons (Università di Roma – Tor Vergata), Antonio Varsori (Università di Padova)

Convenors and contact: Valentine Lomellini (Dipartimento di Studi Internazionali – Università di Padova, valentine.lomellini@unipd.it), Martin Klimke (German Historical Institute – Washington D.C., mail@maklimke.com), Valerio Augusto Strinati (Biblioteca del Senato – Roma; valerioaugusto.strinati@senato.it, logictics)

Lieu : Biblioteca del Senato, piazza della Minerva, Roma

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