Dr Tomasz Kamusella

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Dr Tomasz Kamusella
List of Invited and Conference Lectures
INVITED LECTURES
5 FEB 2012
The Politics of Identity and Script in Modern Europe: From Many to Few,
European Studies Lecture Series, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural
Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
3 AUG 2011
Language and Borders in the Balkans, Second GCOE Summer School Program
“Eurasia Border Review: From Northeast Asia to Middle East,” Slavic Research
Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
15 JUL 2011
The Silesian Language Today: History and Development, Prof M Nomachi’s
Course in the History of the Slavic Languages, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
9 JUL 2011
Langauge and Nationalism in the History of Modern Central Europe, Inaugural
Seminar, Project ‘Language and Society in Modern and Contemporary European
History,’ financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, held at Ayoma
Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan.
8 JUL 2011
The Cultural and Social History of the Silesian Language, Inaugural Seminar,
Project ‘Language and Society in Modern and Contemporary European History,’
financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, held at Ayoma Gakuin
University, Tokyo, Japan.
13 APR 2010
The Politics of Language in Modern Central Europe, Department of European
Studies, Cracow university of Economics, Cracow, Poland.
4 FEB 2010
Languages, Scripts and Politics in Modern Central Europe, Research Seminar,
School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences, Trinity College,
Dublin, Ireland.
19 DEC 2009
The Changing Lattice of Languages, Borders and Identities in Silesia, Start-up
Conference, Global Center of Excellence Program, Reshaping Japan’s Border
Studies, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
16 DEC 2009
Upper Silesia, Borders and Languages in the Twentieth Century, Japan Society
of West Slavic Studies, Tokyo, Japan.
10 DEC 2009
Language and Politics in Postcommunist Europe, Eastern Europe after 1989: The
7th Lewis Glucksman Memorial Symposium, Long Room Hub, Trinity College,
Dublin, Ireland.
5 NOV 2009
A Steel Hand in a Kid Glove: Language in Modern Central Europe, Long Room
Hub, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
17 OCT 2009
What We Know and What We Do Not Know on Germanization and
Russification on the Partitioned Lands of the Former Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth in the 19th c, POSK’s Evening of History, Polish House, POSK,
Dublin, Ireland.
13 JUL 2009
How to Enrich the Silesian Language, Conference on the Regional Language of
Silesia, MP Office of Marek Plura and the Regional Authority of Silesia, Katowice,
Poland.
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6 MAY 2009
A Remark on the Questions on One’s Nationality/Ethnicity and Language to be
Included in the Polish 2011 Census, Workshop on the Ethnic Questions in the
Polish 2011 Census, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw.
2 – 4 APR 2009
Plenary lecture Classifying the Slavic Languages, or Politics of Classification?,
Conference on Language and History, Linguistics and Historiography, Historical
Sociolinguistics Network (supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council),
University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.
13 FEB 2009
The Malleability of Ethnicity in Poland’s Upper Silesia: From One Language to
Three Identities, MPhil in Ethnic and Racial Studies Program in association with the
Migrant Networks Project (Trinity Immigration Initiative), Trinity College, Dublin,
Ireland.
9 FEB 2009
Politics and the Malleability of Identity: The Dynamics of Ethnic Cleansing of
the Population Categorized as ‘Germans’ in Poland, 1948-1991, International
Politics and Ethnic Conflict Seminar, School of Politics, International Studies and
Philosophy, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
6 FEB 2009
The Rise of Linguistics Nation-States in Europe in the Twentieth Centure:
language and Statehood Legitimization, Research Seminar in Modern European
History, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
29 JAN 2009
The Practical and Financial Aspects of Literary Translation, and Court and
Free Lance Translation and Interpretation, MPhil in Literary Translation
Program, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College,
Dublin, Ireland.
20 NOV 2008
Stalinism in Poland, Center for European Studies, Trinity College, University of
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
13 – 14 NOV 2008
Commemorating Amnesia: The Case of the Generalized 60 th Anniversaries of
Almost Everything in Poland’s Region of Opole in 2005, Conference Does the
Past Matter? Renegotiating the Past, Communal Identity, and Multicultural Europe,
Moor Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.
22 OCT 2008
The Fall of Communism in Poland in 1989, Conference 1989! Twenty Years
Since: Eyewitnesses and Scholars on the Velvet Revolutions and the European Idea,
Centre for the Study of Wider Europe, National University of Ireland, Maynooth,
Ireland.
3 – 4 OCTOBER 2008
Keynote speech Immigrants, Migrants, or New Irish?, Interdisciplinary
Conference Irish-Polish Encounters in the Old and New Europe, Mary Immaculate
College, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.
11 – 13 SEPT 2008
Regional Policy and Multilingualism in Central Europe, Conference Language
Policy and the Regions in Europe, Partnership for Diversity Conference Series,
organized in Gdańsk, Poland by the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages
(Dublin, Ireland), the Kashubian-Pomeranian Association (Gdańsk, Poland), and the
Marshal’s Office of the Pomeranian Voivodeship (Gdańsk, Poland).
30 JUN 2008
Keynote speech Is Silesian a Language? A Sociolinguistic View, Conference on
Silesian: Is It Still a Dialect or Already a Language?, organized in Katowice,
Poland by the Regional Authory of the Region of Silesia and the Institute of Polish
Language and Culture, University of Silesia, Katowice.
18 FEB 2008
Linguists and Politicians: The Isomorphism of Language, Nation and State in
Central and Eastern Europe, Research Seminar, Department of Russian and
Slavonic Studies, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
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31 JAN 2008
Upper Silesia: From the Age of Multiethnic Empires to the Era of Nation-States,
Department of History, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
6 SEPT 2007
The Rhetoric and Reality of Minority Rights Protection in Poland’s Upper
Silesia After 1989 (in Polish), 9th Annual International Summer School ‘National
Minorities in Europe: Today and Tomorrow,’ organized in Opole, Poland, Berlin and
Strasbourg by the European House and the Regional Self-Governmental Authority in
Opole, Poland, and the Centre international de formation européenne, Nice.
10 APR 2007
The Origins and Dynamics of Multiculturalism in the Polish Region of Upper
Silesia, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, Trinity College, University of
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
29 MAR 2007
Ethnic and National Groups in Silesia in the Past and Today (in Polish), Institute
of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland.
22 FEB 2007
On the Significance of the Nonnational in the Age of Nationalisms (in Polish),
Doctoral Seminar in 20th-Century History, Institute of History, University of Warsaw,
Warsaw, Poland.
1 FEB 2006
Imagination and Politics in the Classification of the Slavic Languages, Center for
Russian and Eastern European Studies, University of Birmingham, Birmingham,
United Kingdom.
6 JAN 2006
The Normative Isomorphism of Language, Nation, and State: The Case of
Central Europe, 120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association,
theme: ‘Nations, Nationalism, and National Histories,’ Philadelphia PA, US.
14 SEPT 2005
Politics, Nationalism, and Imagination in the Classification of the Slavic
Languages, Institute of Human Sciences (IWM), Vienna, Austria
3 JUN 2004
The Concept of ‘a Language’: Philologists in the Service of Politics, John W
Kluge Center, Library of Congress, Washington DC, US.
3 MAY 2004
Poland on Its Way to the European Union: Advantages, Discontents and Away
from Central to Western Europe, Center for Russian and East European Studies,
University of Kansas, Lawrence KS, US.
21 APR 2004
Polish or Silesian?: Upper Silesia in Contemporary Europe. A Challenge for the
EU?, Polish Studies Program, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain CT,
US
11 FEB 2004
European Integration as Seen from the Perspective of a Polish Region: An
Insider’s View, Polish Table, European Reading Room, Library of Congress,
Washington DC, US
28 AUG – 11 SEPT
2003
Series of lectures on the theory of nationalism and nationalism in the enlarged
European Union, International Summer School on Enlargement and Deepening of
the European Union and European Security, Regional Authority, Opole, Poland, and
NATO and the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium and Berlin, Germany.
28 JUL – 10 AUG 2003
Series of lectures on the theory of nationalism and nationalism in the post-Soviet
and postcommunist states, HESP Regional Summer School for Excellence in
Teaching on Developing Teaching and Academic Excellence in Political Science,
Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia.
7 MAR 2003
Keynote address On the Similarity Between the Concepts of Nation and
Language: A View from Central Europe, which commenced the second Graduate
Students Conference on Building Bridges and Putting Up Walls, Department of
Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada.
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5 MAR 2003
The Szlonzoks: Who Are They?, Center for Austrian and Central European Studies,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
30 JUL – 25 AUG 2002
Series of lectures on nationalism, language and ethnicity (in Russian), Summer
School on Ethnonationalism, Sociological Research Organization TAMISS and the
Technical University, Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
29 JAN 2002
How European Are European Studies? An Insider’s View, workshop Teaching
European Studies, organized in Odesa, Ukraine, by the Center for International
Studies, Institute of Social Sciences, Odesa National University and the Civic
Education Project, Budapest, Hungary/New Haven, NJ, US.
20 OCT 2001
Should the European Union Establish Its Own Military Forces Independent of
NATO? (in Polish), EU Debate: Pros and Cons, House of Polish-German
Cooperation, Gliwice, Poland.
16 JUN – 1 JUL 2001
Series of lectures on language, nationalism, and power, Summer Sociology
Summer School in Civic Education and Public Orientation, organized by the Open
Society Institute-Tajikistan and the Tajikistan Institute of Management in Kayrakkum
near Khujand, Tajikistan.
6 MAR 2000
European Integration at the Regional Level as Exemplified by the Case of Opole
Silesia, guest lectures series, organized by the Civic Education Project, New York,
USA, at the Department of Economics, University of Opole, Opole, Poland.
12 MAR 1999
EU Citizenship of Different Standards in Upper Silesia, guest lectures series (Dis)Integrating Europe, organized by the Civic Education Project, New York, USA, at
the Department of Economics, Wrocław University, Wrocław, Poland.
14 – 18 FEB 1997
Series of lectures on history and practice of European integration with the focus
on the Polish-EU relationship for civil servants, Regional Authority, Opole, Poland.
9 DEC 1994
European Integration and Entrepreneurship in Postcommunist Central Europe,
Opole Business Center Club meeting, Górażdże Cement Works, Górażdże, Poland.
19 AUG 1991
The ideology of communism as contextualized against the background of the
post-apartheid situation in South Africa and the post-communist developments
in Central and Eastern Europe, The Natal Technikon, Durban, South Africa.
15 MAY & 17 JUL
1991
The Reality of the Communist System in the Soviet Bloc, Department of English,
University of Potchefstroom, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, STUDY VISITS (LECTURES DELVERED MARKED IN BOLD)
20 OCT 20111
Scripts and Politics in Modern Central Europe, Symposium on Language and
Identity, Coimbra Group of Universities, Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy
and Semiotics, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia.
12 MAR 2011
Minority Rights a la Carte? Poland and the Silesians, conference From Norm
Adoption to Norm Implementation: Minority and Human Rights Revisited, European
Center for Minority Issues, Flensburg, Germany.
10 – 11 DEC 2010
Migration or Immigration?: The Polish-Language Community in Ireland After
2004, Conference on Slavic Languages in Migration, Institut für Slavistik, University
of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.
4 SEPT 2009
Expert Opinion, Conference on the Project ‘Sociological Research on Poland’s
German Minority,’ House of Polish-German Cooperation, Opole, Poland; coorganized by Tokai University, Sapporo, Japan and Osaka University, Osaka, Japan.
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28 NOV 2008
On the invitation of Ambassador Borys Bazylevskyi, participated in the round table
on the Holodomor (‘Hunger Plague’) in Ukraine, 1932-1933, Embassy of Ukraine,
Dublin, Ireland.
25 – 27 SEPT 2008
School Atlases of History and Ethnolinguistic Nationalism, Interdisciplinary
Conference on the World and Times of Maps: Mapping Eastern Europe, 2 nd
Conference of the Forum Ostmittel- und Südosteuropa (FOSE), Schweizerische
Osteuropabibliothek, Bern, Switzerland.
30 – 31 MAY 2008
Between Ethnic Cleansing and Emigration: Aussiedlers Leaving Poland’s Upper
Silesia for Germany, 1950-1991, Annual Symposium of the Society for Exile
Research, Centre for Irish-German Studies, University of Limerick, Limerick,
Ireland.
23 MAY 2008
Conference Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland.
9 – 10 MAY 2008
Central and Eastern European Studies Annual Conference 70 Years After: The
Impact of Munich 1938 on Central and Eastern Europe, Trinity College, Dublin,
Ireland.
26-27 OCT 2007
Multilingualism and Language Use in the Urban Areas of Upper Silesia during
the 19th and 20th Centuries, Conference: Lieux communs de la multiculturalité
dans les villes centre-européennes (fin XIXe siècle-début XXIe siècle), CIRCE
(Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherches Centre-Européennes), Université Paris IV
Sorbonne, Paris, France.
12 – 14 SEPT 2007
The Silesians Do Not Exist: The Official ‘Non-Existence of Contemporary
Poland’s Demographically Largest National Minority (in Polish), 13th Polish
Sociological Congress, University of Zielona Góra, Zielona Góra, Poland.
21 – 24 JUN 2007
Nationalisms and the Changing Perceptions of Silesian During the 19 th and 20th
Centuries, Conference National ‘Languages’ through Historians’ Eyes, New Europe
College, Bucharest, Romania.
7 – 10 JUN 2007
Poland: The Reluctant Shift from a Closed Ethnolinguistically Homogenous
National Community to a Multicultural Open Society, Conference Dynamics of
National Identity and Transnational Identities in the Process of European Integration,
organized within the framework of the Jean Monnet Action – Support for Study and
Research Centres 2006 (program of the European Commission), by the Balkan
Ethnology Department of Ethnographic Institute and Museum, Bulgarian Academy
of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria.
17 NOV 2006
(by a proxy reader) The Political Expediency of Language-Making in Central
Europe: The Case of Czechoslovak, Panel: Negotiating Languages: The Struggle
with Linguistic and Cultural Boundaries in Modern Central Europe, 38 th National
Convention of the AAASS, Washington DC, US.
19 JUN 2006
Conference Minorities in Europe: The Practical Application of the Act on National
and Ethnic Minorities, and the Regional Language in Poland, organized by the
European House at the University of Opole, Opole, Poland.
10 JUN 2005
Conference The Dynamics of the Silesian Identity, organized in Katowice, Poland by
the Conference of the Rectors of the Silesian Universities
2 FEB 2005
Unease of the Past: The International Treaties and Imagining of Poland’s Post1945 Western Border. Conference on Border Changes in 20th-Century Europe,
University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia.
14 – 16 OCT 2004
Conference on Imagining Upper Silesia: Myths, Symbols and Heroes in the National
Discourses, organized in Kamien Slaski, Poland by the Instytut Slaski, Opole,
POLAND and the Herder-Institut, Marburg, Germany.
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17 JUN 2003
The Concepts of Nation and Language, UNESCO Conference on Intercultural
Education, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland.
10 DEC 2002
The Expulsion of the Population Categorized as ‘Germans’ from the post-1945
Poland, conference The Expulsion of the German-Speaking Population from Eastern
Europe 1944-1948, Department of History and Civilization, European University
Institute, Florence, Italy.
23 OCT 2002
The Everyday Communication and Language in Historical Upper During the
19th and 20th Centuries, conference Stereotypes and Social Communication: Mutual
Perceptions and Contact in Cultural Borderlands of East Central Europe During the
19th and 20th cc., German Historical Institute, Warsaw, Poland.
9 – 11 MAY 2002
Conference on The Research Support Scheme 1990-2002: Promoting Innovative
Research in Post-Socialist Countries. Achievements and Lessons for the Future,
organized at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary by the Research
Support Scheme, Prague, Czech Rep.
14 MAR 2002
Which Common Values for the European Union?
State, conference A Decade of Change: Reflections
Languages, Literatures and Cultures, organized in
Department of Slavonic and Finno-Ugrian Studies,
Campus.
23 NOV 2001
Is Poland an Immigration State? (in Polish), conference Refugees and Immigrants
in Europe at the Turn of the 20th and 21st cc., organized in Poznań, Poland by the Unit
for the Study of Nationalities, Polish Academy of Sciences and the Institute of
Political Sciences and Journalism, A. Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.
18 – 20 NOV 2001
21st meeting of the Intergovernmental Polish-German Committee on Transborder and
Regional Cooperation, Gorzow Wielkopolski, Poland.
1 OCT 2001
What Can We Learn from the Process of European Integration? (in Polish), 6th
International Silesian Seminar, organized by the Opole Diocese at Kamien Slaski
near Opole, Poland.
9 JUN 2001
The Szlonzokian Ethnolect in the Context of German and Polish Nationalisms,
workshop Minority Languages in Europe: Frameworks – Status – Prospects
organized by the European Science Foundation, Strasbourg, FRANCE at the
University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom.
28 APR 2001
Nation-Building and the Linguistic Situation in Upper Silesia, conference Europe
1000-2000: A Thousand Years of civitas, communitas et universitas, European
Cultural Foundation and Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.
27 FEB 2001
Poland in 1945-1999: The Transition from the Soviet Dominated Ethnic NationState to Democratic Civic Nation-State, seminar Review of Iran-Russian Relations:
Russian Politico-Social Developments in the Last Century organized by the Institute
for Political and International Studies and the Center for Documents and Diplomatic
History (institutions affiliated with the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs) at Tehran,
Iran.
22 NOV 2000
A Reflection on EU Enlargement in the Age of Globalization: A View from a
Candidate State, conference The Year 2000: Designing a New European Regional
Policy: Enlargement, Globalisation and New Forms of Governance, organized by the
Committee of the EU Regions and the Autonomous Government of Valencia in
Valencia, Spain.
17 NOV 2000
Ethnic Cleansing in Upper Silesia, 1944-1951, conference on Ethnic Cleansing in
Twentieth-Century Europe, Dusquesne University, Pittsburgh NJ, US.
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A View from a Candidate
in Slavonic and Hungarian
New Delhi, India by the
University of Delhi, South
28 OCT 2000
Language and Construction of Identity in Upper Silesia During the Long 19th c.,
conference on Die Nation und ihre Grenzen: Indentitätenwandel in Oberschlesien in
der Neuzeit organized by the Herder-Institut in Marburg, Germany.
22 AUG 2000
The Role of the Region and the Challenges It Faces in the Integration Process:
Regionalism in Poland, 2nd International Summer School on Nations and Regions in
the Process of European Integration. European Security, organized in Otmuchow,
Poland by the Marshal’s Office of the Opole Voivodeship; the House of PolishGerman Cooperation, Gliwice; CIFE, Nice, France; and NATO, Brussels, Belgium.
10 AUG 2000
The Status of Ethnic Minorities in Poland During the Years 1989-2000: An
Example of the Upper Silesian ethnic Minority, Summer School in Political
Science, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia.
27 MAY 2000
Place-Names and Objectivity in Historiography: The Case of Silesia in the 19 th
and 20th cc., conference on Writing and Rewriting History at the Turn of the
Centuries: The State of the Discipline in Central and Eastern Europe, organized by
the Civic Education Project, New York, US at the Jagiellonian University, Cracow,
Poland.
16 – 22 APR 2000
Chapter conference of the Polish, Baltic, Belarusian and Moldovan branches of the
Civic Education Project organized in Vilnius and Nida, Lithuania.
11 DEC 1999
Theory and Practice of the Administrative-cum-Territorial Reform in Poland,
international student conference on Theory and Practice of the Administrative
Reform in Poland, organized by the Civic Education Project, New York, US & the
Regional Authority of the Region of Opole, Opole, Poland.
27 OCT 1999
‘You Must Be Either a German or Pole’: The Policy of Ennationalization and
the Rhetoric of Multiculturalism in Upper Silesia After 1989, conference on
Multiculturality: Between Theory and Practice, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural
Anthropology, Adam Mickiewicz University & Unit for the Study of Nationalities,
Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland.
21 OCT 1999
The Basics of European Integration, lecture for the civil servants of the
Governmental Regional Authority of the Region of Opole, Pokrzywna, Poland.
7 OCT 1999
Language as an Instrument of Nationalism in Central Europe, conference on
Modern Nationalism and National Identification in Central and Eastern Europe
organized by the Silesian Institute, Opole and Haus der Deutsch-Polnischen
Zusammenarbeit, Gliwice in Gliwice, Poland.
15 – 18 SEPT 1999
16th Convention of Polish Historians, organized by the Polish Academy of Sciences
in Wrocław, Poland.
10 SEPT 1999
Poland: Just to be in Nato?, conference on the 50th Anniversary of Nato, University
of Kansas, Kansas, US.
18 JUL 1999
The Others in Skopje: The Ethnic Division of the City, Skopje Summer School on
The Image of the Other. Skopje, Macedonia.
29 MAY 1999
A Report on the State of Social Sciences in Poland, Second Eastern Scholar Round
Table organized by the Civic Education Project, Budapest, Hungary and New Haven,
US at the University of Lviv, Lviv, Ukraine.
7 MAY 1999
The Deictic Aspect of the Ideology of Nationalism as a Factor Contributing to
the Creation of the Other, conference Creating the Other: The Causes and
Dynamics of Nationalism, Ethnic Enmity and Racism in Central and Eastern Europe,
Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US.
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8 FEB 1999
Seminar on the Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession and on the
Cohesion Fund organized by the Cohesion Fund, European Union and the Office of
the Committee of European Integration, Warsaw, Poland at the Ministry of
Environment Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry, Warsaw, Poland.
23 SEPT 1998
Poland's National Minorities and the Process of European Integration as
Exemplified by the Case of the German Minority, symposium of the alumni of the
American European Summer Academy, organized by the CIFE, Nice in
Kliengenthal, Alsace, France.
22 MAY 1998
The Emergence of National and Ethnic Groups in Silesia 1848-1918, conference
on History of Silesia in the 16th-19th cc. in the Light of Research Conducted by
Young Historians from Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany organized by the
Historical Institute, Wrocław University, Wrocław, Poland and the Herder-Institut,
Marburg, Germany in Krzyzowa, Poland.
14 JAN 1998
The Upper Silesian Creole, Deutsches Historisches Institut Warschau, Warsaw,
Poland.
18 – 19 NOV 1997
International conference on Protection of National Minorities in Central Europe: Law
and Practice After 1989, organized by the Center of International Affairs, Institute of
Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland.
22 – 25 MAY 1997
International conference on the Process of Assimilation and Acculturation in the
Polish-German Relations in the 19th and 20th Centuries, organized by the Deutsches
Historisches Institut Warschau in Rydzyna near Poznań, Poland.
9 – 11 OCT 1996
International conference on the Phenomenon of Modern Nationalism in Central
Europe organized by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Freie Universität Berlin in
Gliwice, Poland.
12 SEPT 1996
The Current Situation of Poland's German Minority, seminar on The European
Union and the Mediterranean Region organized by the Hellenic Foundation for
European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) at Halki, Dodecanese Islands, Greece.
9 MAR 1996
Poland’s German Minority Nowadays, conference organized by the Europäische
Bewegnug Deutschland in Prague, Czech Republic.
16 – 18 DEC 1995
International conference on New Religious Phenomena After the Fall of
Communism, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland.
30 OCT 1995
The Origins and Anatomy of the Ethnic Cleansing As Conducted in Upper
Silesia in 1945-1947, conference Verschiedene Wege Europas seit 1945:
Systemkonflikte, Nationalstaat und Aufarbeitung der Geschichte organized by the
Universities of Montpellier, Opole and Potsdam in Potsdam, Germany.
12 OCT 1995
The Origins and Anatomy of the Ethnic Cleansing As Conducted in Upper
Silesia in 1945-1947, conference Past, Today and Future of Kędzierzyn-Koźle
organized by the town’s Municipality, Poland.
27 SEPT 1995
The Current Situation of the German Minority in Poland, conference on
Migrations and Minorities in Europe organized by the CIFE in Wies, Bavaria,
Germany.
3 MAY 1995
Panel member, conference on Germany 1995: Assessment and Prospects, Center for
Liberal Studies and Central European University, Prague, Czech Republic.
19 AUG 1991
The ideology of communism as contextualized against the background of the
post-apartheid situation in South Africa and the post-communist developments
in Central and Eastern Europe, The Natal Technikon, Durban, South Africa.
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3 JUN 1991
South Africa and Poland: A Comparison Between Writing Techniques Used by
Dissident Authors, AUETSA Conference, Fort Hare University, Alice, Ciskei,
South Africa.
22 – 23 MAR 1991
SAVAL Miniconference, Vanderbijl Park, South Africa.
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