Symposium: The Katyń Massacres

Symposium: Mass Violence, Justice, and Memory: The Katyń Massacres of 1940 in History, Memory, Education, and Law

UVa Polish Lecture Series

Date: 03/23/2013 - 8:30am

Location: Nau 101



 Mass Violence, Justice, and Memory: The Katyń Massacres of 1940 in History, Memory, Education, and Law

Saturday, March 23, 2013
Nau 101


Nikita Petrov, Deputy Director, Memorial Society (Russia) 

Izabella Sariusz-Skąpska, President, Federation of Katyń Families (Poland) 

Ireneusz Kamiński, Professor of Law, Jagiellonian University (Poland) 

Sławomir Frątczak, Director, Katyń Museum (Poland) 

Łukasz Michalski, Deputy Director of Public Education, Institute of National Remembrance (Poland)

(Made possible by the UVa Polish Lecture Series, which was generously endowed by the Rosenstiel Foundation in consultation with the American Institute of Polish Culture. Co-sponsored by the Center for International Studies; the Page-Barbour Initiatives on Forced Migration and International Criminal Justice; the Institute for Global Humanities and Cultures; and the Departments of HistorySlavic, and Sociology)

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