- 28. mars kl. 10:00 - 14:00 Legg til i kalender
- Nasjonalbiblioteket Henrik Ibsens gate 110, 0254 Oslo Vis kart
2018 marks 85 years since the famine known as Holodomor ravished Ukraine. Today, 16 countries recognize Stalin’s eradication-through-starvation policies in 1932–1933 Ukraine as a genocide. Norwegian and Ukrainian historians will shed light on Norwegian aid during 1921–1922 and 1932–1933, where Fridtjof Nansen, Prime Minister Johan Ludwig Mowinckel and Vidkun Quisling all played major roles. What was the ideological and political backdrop for the disparate depictions of the famine victims that emerged, varying from compassionate and empathic to racist and race-hygienic?
Lytt til lyst. Vigdis Hjorth, Thorvald Steen, Trine Skei Grande og Liv Gulbrandsen
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Professorpolitikaren. Rune Slagstad om Anton Martin Schweigaard