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Dr Z. (Zuzanna) Dziuban


  • Faculty of Humanities
    Capaciteitsgroep Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen
  • Visiting address
    BG 2
    Turfdraagsterpad 15  Amsterdam
  • Postal address:
    Turfdraagsterpad  15
    1012 XT  Amsterdam
  • Z.Dziuban@uva.nl

Dr. Zuzanna Dziuban is a postdoctoral researcher at the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture (within iC-ACCESS HERA project) and DAAD/Marie-Curie PRIME fellow at the University of Konstanz. She holds a PhD in cultural studies from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, where she also completed a Master in Cultural Studies and studied Philosophy. She has been a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Konstanz (Research Group ‘Geschichte & Gedächtnis’), at the Humboldt University of Berlin, the House of the Wannsee Conference in Berlin, and the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI). She is an affiliated researcher at the ACCESS Europe Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (UvA), Her current research focuses on the contemporary European memory, the relations between violenece, memory and space, and on the post-Holocaust politics of dead bodies.

At the AHM, she works on a resech project 'Deathscapes - Landscapes - Public Art: Material, Political and Affective Afterlives of Nazi Extermination Camps.'

The project offers an interdisciplinary and comprehensive presentation of the afterlives of three National Socialist extermination camps in Poland (Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka), testing the interpretive potential of new conceptual approaches to the research on post-Holocaust landscapes. Conceived as an empirically based and culturally oriented historical study, it aims to utilize the perspectives of cultural memory studies, heritage studies, critical spatial theory, dead body studies, affect theory, and art criticism. Borrowing and productively applying concepts and categories from these fields of research, it seeks to gain a thorough understanding of the multidimensionality of post-Holocaust landscapes and give voice to their complex ontology. The originally conceptualized notions of 'deathscape', 'landscape', and 'public art' delineate the theoretical frames in which the analysis is located.

 

 

Employment and Research:

Since 2016     Postdoctoral researcher at the School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture, University of Amsterdam, iC-ACCESS /HERA project (until September 2019)

Since 2016     Visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study Konstanz, Kulturwissenschaftliches Kolleg, Konstanz University

Since 2016     Affiliated researcher at the ACCESS EUROPE Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Amsterdam (European Identity and Culture)

Since 2015     Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Konstanz/ research fellow at the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture, the University of Amsterdam. The position founded by the DAAD/Marie-Curie cofound program P.R.I.M.E. Research project: ‘Deathscapes – Landscapes – Public Art: Material, Political and Affective Afterlives of Nazi Extermination Camps’. (Sep 2015 – Feb 2015).

2014-2015      Postdoctoral fellow at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, the fellowship of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria and the Vienna Wiesenthal Institut for Holocaust Studies. Research project: ‘The Afterlife of ‘Aktion Reinhardt’ Extermination Camps’. (Dec 2014 – Aug 2015).

2012-2014      Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Konstanz (Research Group ‘Geschichte & Gedächtnis’) and Humboldt University of Berlin, Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung fellowship. Research project: ‘The Spatialities of Traumatic Memory: Memory Work in Former National Socialist Extermination and Concentration Camps in Poland’. (Dec 2012 – Nov 2014).

2013-2014       Postdoctoral fellow at the International Institute for Holocaust Research, Yad Vashem, Europe Research Stay, Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung fellowship. (Dec 2013 – Jan 2014).

2013                Research fellow at the Herder-Institut für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung, Marburg, in the framework of the research project ‘GEOIMAGINARIES - Digital Atlas of Geopolitical Imaginaries of East Central Europe in the 20th Century’. (Jun 2013).

2012                Postdoctoral fellow at the Humboldt University in Berlin and House of the Wannsee Conference, Fritz-Thyssen Stiftung fellowship. Research project: ‘Landscapes of Traumatic Memory: Cultural Histories of National Socialist Extermination Camps in Poland’. (Jun – Nov 2012).

2012                Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Konstanz, Research Group ‘Geschichte & Gedächtnis’, Max Planck Forschungspreis. Research project: ‘Architecture as a Medium of Cultural Transmission of Trauma’. (Feb – May 2012).

2011-2012      Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Konstanz, Germany; DAAD scholarship. Research project: Atopia of the Past: ‘Architecture of Memory and Postmemory’. (Oct 2011 – Jan 2012).

2011-2013       Executor: Research grant from the National Science Centre, Poland, ‘Modi Memorandi: An Interdisciplinary Lexicon of Collective Memory Terms’; nr: DEC 2011/01/B/HS3/01726; Centre for Historical Research; Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Germany.

2010-2013       Executor: the Research grant from the National Science Centre, Poland, ‘The Rise of Urban Cultures in Central -Eastern Europe’, Poland; nr: NN116614740; Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Department of Social Sciences. Poland.

2009-2012       PhD, Assistant Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Department of Social Sciences, Institute of Cultural Studies.

2009-2012      Lecturer, The School of Humanities and Journalism in Poznań, Poland.

 

Education

2011                Postgraduate student, the International Center for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust in Oświęcim, Postgraduate Studies ‘Totalitarianism – Nazism – Holocaust’.

2005-2009       PhD in Cultural Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Department of Social Sciences, Institute of Cultural Studies

PhD thesis entitled: ‘Atopia as an Interpretative Category in Radical Hermeneutics of Cultural Experience’.

2004-2005       Fellow at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Siegen, Germany; Socrates-Erasmus scholarship.

2000-2005       Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Department of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Graduated with distinction.

2000-2005       MA in Cultural Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Department of Social Sciences, Institute of Cultural Studies.

MA thesis entitled: ‘Space and Spatiality in the Light of Weak Ontology: The Hermeneutically Radical Approach’.

Books

Z. Dziuban (2017): The ‘Spectral Turn’: Jewish Ghosts in the Polish Post-Holocaust Imaginaire (Transcript). Forthcoming.

Z. Dziuban (2009): Obcość, bezdomność, utrata. Wymiary atopii współczesnego doświadczenia kulturowego [Foreignness, Homelessness, Loss: Dimensions of Atopia of the Contemporary Cultural Experience] (Wydawnictwo Wydziału Nauk Społecznych UAM).

 

Articles and Book Chapters

Z. Dziuban (2016): The Things that Affectively Live On, In: S:I.M.O.N. – Shoah: Intervention. Methods. Documentation 3 (2016) 2. 

Z. Dziuban (2016): (Re)politicising the Dead in Post-Holocaust Poland: The Afterlives of the Human Remains at the Belzec Extermination Camp. In: Human Remains in Society: Curation and Exhibition in the Aftermath of Genocide and Mass-Violence, eds. E. Anstett, J-M. Dreyfus (Manchester University Press). 

Z. Dziuban (2016): Countermonument in Europe: Spatial Politics of Artistic Memory-Work. In: The Art of the Multitude: Jochen Gerz - Participation and the European Experience, eds. Manus, M., Vickery J.. (Campus 2016). 

Z. Dziuban (2015): The Politics of Human Remains at the Peripheries of the Holocaust. In: Dapim – Studies on the Holocaust 29/3, special issue ‘Last Stage of the Holocaust’.

Z. Dziuban (2015): From National to Transnational and Back: Memorial Sites in Transition. In: Studies on Authoritarianism and Totalitarianism 36/4.

Z. Dziuban (2015): Jewish Warsaw: Spatial Erasures and Remapping of Memory/ Jüdisches Warschau: Räumliches Auslöschen und Wiederkartieren von Erinnerung. In: Geoimaginaries The Digital Atlas of Geopolitical Imaginaries of East Central Europe in the 20th Century, DAPRO (Digitaler Atlas Politischer Raumbilder zu Ostmitteleuropa).

Z. Dziuban (2014): Memory as Haunting. In: Hagar. Studies in Culture, Polity, and Identities Vol. 12, special issue ‘Memory and Periphery’.

Z. Dziuban (2014): Polish Landscapes of Memory at the Sites of Extermination: The Politics of Framing. In: Space and the Memories of Violence: Landscapes Erasure, Disappearance, and Exception, eds. Colombo, P., Schindel, E. (Pelgrave).

Z. Dziuban (2014): Doświadczenie [Experience]. In Cultural Urban Studies, ed. E. Rewers (Narodowe Centrum Kultury).

Z. Dziuban (2014): Hegemonia [Hegemony]. In: Modi Memorandi: An Interdisciplinary Lexicon of Collective Memory Terms, eds. Traba, R., Saryusz-Wolska, M. (Scholar).

Z. Dziuban (2014): Pamiętanie [Remembering]. In: Modi Memorandi: An Interdisciplinary Lexicon of Collective Memory Terms, eds. Traba, R., Saryusz-Wolska, M. (Scholar).

Z. Dziuban (2014): Między ‘miastem jako doświadczeniem’ i ‘miastem doświadczenia’ – przestrzenności miejskiego doświadczenia kulturowego [Between the ‘city as experience’ and the ‘city of experience’ – the Spatialities of Urban Cultural Experience]. In: Studia Kulturoznawcze 1 /5.

Z. Dziuban (2013): Commemorative Reburial: A Case Study from Bełżec and Sobibór. In: East European Memory Studies 14/ May.

Z. Dziuban (2013): Spatialized Trauma: The Holocaust and the Architecture of Postmemory. In: Zentrum und Peripherie. Die Wahrnehmung der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager, eds. Fröhlich, R., Jovanovic-Ratkovic, M., Siebeck, C., Wiebemann, F. (Metropol).

Z. Dziuban (2012): Architecture as a Medium of Transnational Postmemory. In: Nationalism and Architecture, eds. Deane, D., Butler, S., Queck, R. (Ashgate).

Z. Dziuban (2012): Framing Absence – Reframing Memory: Spatialities of Holocaust and World War II Memory in Contemporary Poland. In: Naharaim. Journal of German-Jewish literature and Cultural History Vol. 6/1.

Z. Dziuban (2012): Oikofobia jako doświadczenie kulturowe [Oikophobia as a Cultural Experience]. In: Kultura i Historia 22.

Z. Dziuban (2010): Pragnienie erotyczne. Anish Kapoor, wejście do stacji metra Universita w Neapolu [Erotic Desire. Anish Kapoor, the Entrance into the Universita Subway Station in Naples]. In: Sztuka i Filozofia 36.

Z. Dziuban (2009): Kinetyka hermeneutyczna [Hermeneutical Kinetic]. In: Modernity after Postmodernity, eds. Rewers, R., Dziamski, G. (Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM).

Z. Dziuban (2009): Granice pola hermeneutycznego [The Limits of the Hermeneutical Field]. In: Przegląd Kulturoznawczy 5.

Z. Dziuban (2008): Atopia – poza  miejscem  i ‘nie-miejscem’ [Atopia – between Place and ‘Non-Place’]. In: The Time of Space, ed. Wilkoszewska, K. (Universitas).

Z. Dziuban (2008): Doświadczenie kulturowe – perspektywa zradykalizowanej hermeneutyki [Cultural Experience – the Hermeneutically Radical Approach]. In: Modernity as Experience, eds. Zeidler-Janiszewska, A., Nycz, R. (Wydawnictwo SWPS Academica).

Z. Dziuban (2008): Jak przygotować się na nadejście Innego?  – odpowiedź hermeneutyki radykalnej [How to Prepare for the Coming of the Other? – the Answer of Radical Hermeneutics]. In: Stranger – Present. Literature, Art and Culture towards Otherness, eds. Cieliczko, P. Kuciński, P. (Wydawnictwo IBL PAN).

Z. Dziuban (2008): Wytwarzanie przestrzeni. Pomiędzy przestrzenią teorii a przestrzenią praktyki [The Production of Space. Between the Space of Practice and the Space of Theory]. In: The New Social Space in Sociological Studies, ed. Rykiel, Z. (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego).

Z. Dziuban (2007): Hermeneutyczny wymiar doświadczenia przestrzeni [A Hermeneutic Dimension of Experiencing the Space]. In: Teksty drugie 4/2007.

Z. Dziuban (2007): Świat zubożony. Emancypacyjny potencjał doświadczenia estetycznego [The Impoverished World. The Emancipatory Potential of Aesthetic Experience]. In: Visions and Re-Visions. The Great Book of Aesthetics in Poland, ed. Wilkoszewska, K., (Universitas).

Z. Dziuban (2006): Fasada jako wydarzenie – czyli dlaczego nie można wejść dwa razy do tego samego miasta [Facade as en Event – or why is it impossible to enter the same City Twice]. In: Autoportret 2/ 15.

Z. Dziuban (2006): Piąty jeździec Apokalipsy – masowa amnezja [Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse – the Mass Amnesia]. In: Przegląd Kulturoznawczy 1.

Z. Dziuban (2006): Dlaczego nie można wejść dwa razy do tego samego miasta? [Why is it impossible to Enter the same City Twice]. In: Kultura Współczesna 3/ 49.

 

Conference proceedings

Z. Dziuban (2013): The City as an Experiencescape: Architecture’s Role in Transforming the Experience of the Urban Space. In: Challenges for the European Union in the Next Decade, eds. Tarrosy, I., Milford, S. (Publikon).

Z. Dziuban (2012): Incorporating the Uncanny. Das Unheimliche as a Cultural Experience. In: Madness in Plural Contexts: Crossing Borders, Linking Knowledge, eds. Butler, S., Alves, F., Jaworski, K. (Inter-Disciplinary Press).

Z. Dziuban (2012): Monstrosity of Memory: Architecture as a Medium of Cultural Transmission of Trauma. In: Inversions of Power and Paradox, eds. Allen, A., Nelson, E. (Inter-Disciplinary Press).

Z. Dziuban (2010): Sites of Memory – Trauma, Deixis, and the Limits of Historical (and Architectural) Discourse. In: Arquitectonics: Mind, Land & Society 19-20.

 

Other

Z. Dziuban (2016): Nekromigracje [Necromigrations]. In: Granice, Teatr Polski, Bygdoszcz.

Z. Dziuban interview with Bjornar Olsen (2015), Wszyscy jesteśmy archeologami [We are all fellow archaeologists], In: Znak 724.

Z. Dziuban (2014): review of Zofia Wóycicka, Arrested Mourning: Memory of the Nazi Camps in Poland, 1944-1950. In: Polenstudien, www.pol-int.org.

Selected Lectures    

Dec 2016       'Between Subjectification and Objectification: Theorizing Ashes', Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales in Madrid, 'Faces and Traces of Violence' seminar

Feb 2016         ‘Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn’: The Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond’, Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture, University of Amsterdam.

Jan 2016        ‘Necropower/ Necropolitics: The Making and Unmaking of the Dead at the former NS Extermination Camps in Poland', Imre Kertesz Kolleg, Jena.

Mar 2015        ‘The Material, Political and Affective Afterlives of Human Remains at the Belzec Extermination Camp,’ Interaktionen, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Universität Wien.

Jan 2015        ‘The Afterlives of Human Remains at NS Extermination Camps’, Marie Curie University in Lublin.

July 2014       ‘Deathscapes – Landscapes – Public Art’, Kolloquium zur Ost(mittel)europäischen Geschichte, University of Bremen.

May 2014       ‘Landscapes of Memory at the Sites of Extermination’, Kolloquium zur Erinnerungsforschung, University of Konstanz.

Jun 2013        ‘Haunted-Ghosted: Polish-Jewish Encounters in Contemporary Warsaw’, Fachbereich Literaturwissenschaft – Forschungskolloquium, University of Konstanz.

Jun 2013        Lecture/ Master Class ‘Memory as Haunting: Memory Studies and the ‘Spectral Turn’’, The International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture, University of Giessen/ Herder Institut.

April 2013      ‘Reconceptualizing ‘Memorial Landscape’’, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge.

Oct 2012        Lecture/ Master Class ‘Reconceptualizing ‘Memorial Landscape’’, Workshop "Bild-Raum-Text", organized by the Institute of History, University of Bremen.  

May 2012       ‘Framing Absence - Reframing Memory: Former National Socialist Camps in Poland as Memorial Landscapes’, Konstanzer Kolloquium zur Erinnerungsforschung, University of Konstanz.

 

Selected conferences 

Nov 2015         International conference ‘Intimate Demons: The Familiarity with the Uncanny in Cross-Cultural Perspective, University of Konstanz (paper: Post-Holocaust Ghostscapes).

Nov 2015         International Conference ‘Material Traces of Mass Death: The Exhumed Object’, Marseilles (paper: Atopic Objects: The Uncanny Travels of Things Stolen from Mass Graves).

June 2015      International conference ‘Forensic Turn in Holocaust Studies? (Re)Thinking Past Through Materiality’ at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (paper: Human Remains and the Politics of Survivance).

Sept 2014       International Conference ‘Corpses in Society: Human Remains in Post-Genocide and Mass Violence Contexts’, ERC Research Programme Corpses of Mass Violence and Genocide, University of Manchester (paper: Spatializing ‘Buriability’: Nazi Extermination Camps in Poland and the Cultural Politics of Grief).

Jun 2014        International NITMES-Conference ‘Memory Transfers and Transformations’, University of Konstanz (paper: From National to Transnational and Back: Memorial Sites in Transition).

Jun 2012        International Conference ‘Nation States between Memories of World War II and Contemporary European Politics’, Nottingham University, Nottingham (paper: Architectural Politics of Memory).

Feb 2012         International Conference ‘Spatialities of Exception, Violence and Memory’, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Madrid (paper: Landscapes of Traumatic Memory in Contemporary Poland: The Politics of Framing).

June 2011      Inaugural Conference of the European Association for Holocaust Studies ‘The Research and Pedagogical Challenges of a Developing Field’, Kraków, Oświęcim (paper: Spatialized Trauma: Holocaust and Architecture of Postmemory).

Nov 2010        Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Montreal (paper: Atopia of the Cultural Experience).

Sept 2010       International Conference ‘Theoretical Currents: Architecture, Design and Nation’ organized by Trent University, Nottingham (paper: Architecture as a Medium of Transnational Postmemory).

 

Conference and Workshop Organization

2015                Conceptualization and co-organization of the international workshop ‘Forensic Turn in Holocaust Studies? (Re)Thinking Past through Materiality’ at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institut for Holocaust Studies.

2009                Co-organization of the academic conference ‘Art – Cultural Capital of the Polish Cities’ at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

 

Collaborative academic research projects

2013 – 2014    Research project ‘GEOIMAGINARIES - Digital Atlas of Geopolitical Imaginaries of East Central Europe in the 20th Century.’ Research grant from the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft (Paktmittel für Forschung und Innovation).

2011 – 2013    Research project: ‘Modi memorandi: An Interdisciplinary Lexicon of Collective Memory Terms.’ Research grant from the Polish National Science Centre.

2010 – 2013    Research project ‘the Rise of Urban Cultures in Central -Eastern Europe.’ Research grant from the Polish National Science Centre.

2009                Research project ‘Rethinking Façade’. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

 

Selected Workshops and research trips

Oct 2015        Participation in the Study Trip ‘Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka – the Forgotten Nazi Extermination Camps’ organised by Bildungswerk Stanisław Hantz (Germany), Stichting Sobibor (the Netherlands) and Studnia Pamięci (Poland). Poland.

May 2015       Participation in the European Remembrance Symposium ‘Remembrance of the Second World War 70 Years After: Winners, Losers, Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders,’ Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.

Oct 2014        Participation in the Study Trip ‘Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka – the Forgotten Nazi Extermination Camps’ organised by Bildungswerk Stanisław Hantz (Germany), Stichting Sobibor (the Netherlands) and Studnia Pamięci (Poland). Poland.

May 2014       Participation in the international workshop ‘Leftover: Affect in/as Methodology’ organized by Institute for Cultural Inquiry in Berlin. Germany.

July 2013       Presentation at the workshop ‘Ghosts’, ERC Research Group Narratives of Terror and Disappearance, University of Konstanz.

Sep 2012        Participation in the International Forum ‘Transnistria – the Forgotten Holocaust’ organized by Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility, Future and Geschichtswerkstatt Europa, Chisinau, Moldova; Odessa, Ukraine.

Jul 2012         Participation in the seminar ‘Memorial Sites as a Key for Future Education’ organized by International Historical Commission and Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Vilnius/ Kaunas, Lithuania.

Mar 2012        Participation in the international workshop ‘Empowering the visitor: interactive pedagogy combining Holocaust education and Human Rights Education at memorial sites’ organized by European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, KZ-Gedenkstätte Mauthausen, Austria.

Sep 2011     Active participation in the international workshop on history and memory of NS concentration camps ‘Zentrum und Peripherie: Die Wahrnehmung der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager’, KZ-Gedenkstätte Mauthausen, Austria.

 

Cooperation

Since 2015     member of the Foundation Bildungswerk Stanisław Hantz (Germany).

Sine 2014       Reviewer for the scholarly Internet platform for Polish Studies/ Polenstudien. Pol-Int.org

Since 2011     Peer reviewer for the scholarly journal ‘Theoretical Practice’.  ISSN: 2081-8130

2004-2007      Author for the Laboratory for Contemporary Culture in Bydgoszcz. Poland.

2016

  • Dziuban, Z. (2016). (Re)politicising the Dead in post-Holocaust Poland: The Afterlives of Human Remains at the Bełżec Extermination Camp. In J-M. Dreyfus, & E. Anstett (Eds.), Human Remains in Society: Curation and Exhibition in the Aftermath of Genocide and Mass-Violence. (pp. 38-65). Manchester: Manchester University Press. [details]
  • Dziuban, Z. (2016). Countermonument in Europe: Spatial Politics of Artistic Memory-Work. In M. Manus, & J. Vickery (Eds.), The Art of the Multitude: Jochen Gerz – Participation and the European Experience (pp. 57-80). Frankfurt am Main: Campus. [details]
  • Dziuban, Z. (2016). The Things that Affectively Live ON: The Afterlives of Objects Stolen from Mass Graves. S:I.M.O.N. – Shoah: Intervention. Methods. Documentation, 3(2), 25-36. [details] [PDF]

2017

  • van der Laarse, R. (Author), Dolghin, D. F. (Author), & Dziuban, Z. (Author). (2017). Storytelling: Campscapes as Narratives. Amsterdam: UvA (iC-ACCESS). [details] [PDF]
  • van der Laarse, R. (Author), Dolghin, D. F. (Author), & Dziuban, Z. (Author). (2017). Thinking Conflicted Heritage through Campscapes. Amsterdam: UvA (iC-ACCESS). [details]

Others

  • van der Laarse, Rob (participant) & Dziuban, Z. (participant) (6-2-2017): BEACON. BEneficial Aspects of COnnected Narratives: people, states and troubled pasts (other).
  • Dziuban, Zuzanna (participant) (22-4-2016): Son of Saul: Film-screening and Panel Discussion (other).
  • Dziuban, Zuzanna (participant) (27-9-2016): Annual Meeting of the Amsterdam Center for Cultural Heritage and Identity (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).

Keynote / Invited lecture

  • Dziuban, Zuzanna (speaker) (13-12-2016): Between Subjectification and Objectification: Theorizing Ashes, Seminar series 'Faces and Traces of Violence', Madrid, Spain.
  • Dziuban, Zuzanna (speaker) (18-1-2016): Necropower/ Necropolitics: The Making and Unmaking of the Dead at the former NS Extermination Camps in Poland, Lecture series, Jena, Germany.
  • Dziuban, Zuzanna (speaker) (25-2-2016): Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn’: The Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond, Lecture series of the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Journal editor

  • van der Laarse, Rob (editor) & Dziuban, Z. (editor in chief) (2017-2019): Accessing Campscapes (Journal).
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