Michal Frankl (Principal Investigator of the Unlikely Refuge?) joined as a keynote speaker the “Borderlands of Memory: Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe” 4EU+ Summer School 2021. His presentation was titled “No Man’s Land: Space and statelessness in East-Central Europe at the end of the 1930s.”
The “Borderlands of Memory: Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe” 4EU+ Summer School 2021 is organized at the Charles University (CUNI) in Prague, September 6-10, 2021, by the 4EU+ Alliance “Plurality of Memories in Europe in a Global Perspective” Consortium, formed by CUNI, University of Warsaw, Sorbonne University, the University of Copenhagen, Heidelberg University and the University of Milan. For more, please visit the official website.