My Hero, Your Enemy

Visegrad Insight 1 (3) 2013

13 June 2019

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The hero-enemy narrative has proven particularly tenacious in the teaching of history in Central Europe.

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EUROPE

  • Oldřich Tůma, Mária Schmidt, Juraj Marušiak, Gábor Gyáni, Paweł Ukielski on the role of teaching history and the politics of memory play in the region
  • My Hero Your Enemy. Interview with Peter Vágner by Wojciech Przybylski
  • We Are the Stories We Tell. Historical Conciliation of Ethnic Tensions in Central Europe      Dagmar Kusá
  • Exploring History – Towards a Common Visegrad Image       Piotr Bajda 

THINK THANK WATCH

  • Response of Think Tanks to Visegrad Challenges      Tomáš Strážay

 ECONOMY AND BUSINESS

  • Rise of the Tycoons. Václav Štětka from Oxford University on the economic crisis and changing media ownership in Central Europe.
  • Exhibitions Are Not Spectator Sports. Interview with Łukasz Wróbel by Martin Ehl
  • New Dilemmas About Textbooks     Wojciech Przybylski

 INTERVIEW

  • History Beyond Nations. Interview with Péter Balázs by Wojciech Przybylski

 INTELLIGENT MIND

  • Neighbours and Shadows. Pavel Rankov in discussion with Viktor Horváth and Krzysztof Varga.
  • History Education and Regime ChangeThe Case of Slovak History Textbooks       Slavka Otcenasova
  • A History Lesson for Good Pupils          Tamás Gomperz
  • The Ghost of Judeopolonia, or the Non-Existent Eastern European Confederation      Zoltán Halasi

 VISEGRAD ABROAD  

  • Poland’s Presidency in the Visegrad Group: More Than an Eastern Element        Mateusz Gniazdowski      
  • Should Central Europe Worry About Putin’s Return To The Kremlin?         Janá Kobzová

COMMUNITIES

  • The Art of Remembrance. Artistic Strategies to Remember the Roma Holocaust      Anna Lujza Szász

 REPORTAGE

  • Dead Ends of the Socialist Arms Race. Abandoned Soviet Barracks in Eastern Europe    János Deme

URBAN

  • Remembering the City. A Guide Through the Past of Košice      István Kollai

BOOKS

  • First step toward hope. Introduction to Jan Balabán’s prose by Petr Hruška
  • Eye to Eye      Jan Balabán
  • Lost in Translation        Jane deLynn

LOOKING BACK/ARTS

  • The other (?) Europe         Piotr Kosiewski on what Central European art actually is and how and where it is defined
  • Theatrical Encounters between Poland and Hungary     Judit Barta

OPPORTUNITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Future of the Fund. Interview with Karla Wursterová by Jiří Sýkora and Natalia Kierczak  

ESSAY

  • A Different Country     Marcin Król
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My Hero, Your Enemy

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