Royal Monastery Of Yuste, 7-9 July 2014
Since the 1980s, the Holocaust has sparked increased interest in and studies on the past, with the aim of recognizing violations committed by human groups against other human groups. The acts of recognition, contrition and reparation which have been raised since then – and those that have yet to be raised – stir up a broad and intense debate. This debate, which under no circumstances can forget that memory is normally concealed, addresses among other issues the relationship between remembrance, memory and history.
Directors: Dr. Enrique Moradiellos García – Full Professor of Modern History, University of Extremadura – and Dr. Jürgen Elvert – Professor of Modern History, University of Cologne. Jean Monnet Chair in European History.
– Dr. José María Gil-Robles y Gil-Delgado – Jean Monnet Chair in European History and former President of the European Parliament
– Dr. Enrique BarónCrespo – Jean Monnet Chair in European History and former President of the European Parliament
– D. MarcelinoOreja Aguirre – Member of the European Academy of Yuste and former European Commissioner
– Dr. Abram de Swaan – Member of the European Academy of Yuste. Full Professor of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. Director of the Classroom4.eu project.
– Dr. Mario Pedro DíazBarrado–Full Professor of Modern History, University of Extremadura
– Mr. Alejandro Cercas Alonso – Former member of the European Parliament
– Dr. Jesús BaigorriJalón – Director of the “Alfaqueque” Research Group (Faculty of Translation and Interpretation, University of Salamanca) and Advisor to the European Academy of Yuste Foundation
– Dr. Aitor Manuel Bolaños de Miguel – ResearcherSimoneVeilgrants (International University of La Rioja – UNIR)