NEMMA – Network on European Memory of Mass Atrocities
NEMMA is a research network of senior scholars and PhD candidates brought together across disciplinary backgrounds in an effort to investigate how the crimes of Nazism and Stalinism have been dealt with in post-war Europe. NEMMA is financially supported by the Danish Council for Independent Research, Humanities.
The activities of the network will during a two-year period (2011-2013) be organised around a series of workshops. Each workshop seeks to explore questions of how societies remember past experiences of mass violence, and ultimately the potential of transforming the network into a collaborative research project submitted to the European Framework Program.
NEMMA is coordinated by Senior Researcher in Holocaust and genocide studies at DIIS, Cecilie Felicia Stokholm Banke, in cooperation with Erik Kulavig, Associate Professor in Russian history at SDU and Christian Axboe Nielsen, Associate Professor in East Central European history at AU.