A Conference on Urban Minority Cultures in the
Non-Metropolitan Cities of Europe

March 17-19, 2024

The memory cultures of ethnic, religious and national minorities differ from those of the majority society, as they have their own traumas, heroes and narratives. The conference will focus on the participation of minorities in various forms of public memory culture in small and medium-sized European cities. It is not a given that minority memories are represented in the public space of their cities. Both academics and representatives of various minorities, including from Augsburg, Wrocław and Lviv, will talk about the causes and consequences.

The conference is open to the public and will be held in German and English.
Registration is required to attend the various panels at empfang@jmaugsburg.de.

The panel discussion on March 17 at 7:30 p.m. will be held in German and can be attended without registration.

At a glance


17.03.2024 | 14.00 Uhr


Staatliches Textil- und Industriemuseum Augsburg | tim
Provinostraße 46, 86153 Augsburg

In German and English

Registration is required at empfang@jmaugsburg.de

IN COOPERATION WITH THE STATE TEXTILE AND INDUSTRY MUSEUM AUGSBURG, THE BUKOVINA INSTITUTE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF AUGSBURG, the department OF EUROPEAN ETHNOLOGY And the Chair of Transnational interrelations: Germany and Eastern Europe at the Faculty of Philology and History at the University of Augsburg.
with the kind support of the Gesellschaft der Freunde der Universität Augsburg e.V., the Stadtsparkasse Augsburg and the federal program “Demokratie Leben”
part of the International Weeks against Racism

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