Making Museums Matter_Kulturinstitutionen auf dem Radar rechter Politik: Erfahrungen, Umgangsweisen und Handlungsspielräume, 24.3.2022, 10-12 MEZ

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Kulturinstitutionen auf dem Radar rechter Politik: Erfahrungen, Umgangsweisen und Handlungsspielräume

Making Museums Matter, 24.3.2022, 10-12 Uhr, MEZ

Organisation: Julia Leser (CARMAH), Christine Gerbich (CARMAH), Alina Gromova (Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin/COMCOL)

Re: Question of the Month: July

This is a particularly difficult question to answer. At first sight it appears that right-wing and populist forms of nationalism have become dominant in many parts of the world, especially among well-established democracies such as the United States, the United Kingdom and India. In addition, the appeal of right-wing nationalism (both conservative and radical) remains strong as recently proved to be the case in the Polish presidential elections and the general election in Spain.

Question of the Month: July

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Dear subscribers,

From the Washington Post: Challenging Conservative Propaganda and the History of Slavery

Dear H-Afro-Am Network,


My article entitled, "Why Right-wing Commentators Distort the History of Slavery and Emancipation," was published in the Washington Post on December 6, 2019. It may be of interest to many in this group.

The link is here:


Best Regards,


Tyler D. Parry

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