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  • General

    Lecturer:
    Krzysztof Kowalski, PhD.
    CEE: Culture, Heritage and Society
    In the context of increasing interest in a common European heritage this lecture proposes reflections on its conceptual roots and use at national and European levels. Europeanization of national lieux de memoire is exemplified by the intergovernmental and Union "European Heritage Label" initiative. The case of the Gdańsk Shipyards is discussed in the context of European semiotization / Europeanization of this national lieu de memoire.
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