You are cordially invited to the public event:
"Round-table Discussion on Medical and Anthropological Collections – Their Tainted Past and Problematic Future"
as part of the conference on
“Race, Science and Eugenics in East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries”
organized by Professor Emese Lafferton at the Department of History (CEU), in cooperation with the Steinhof Visioning Group (CEU)
and the transnational project entitled ‘From Small Beginnings...’, which facilitates events on the centennial
For online access to the event, consult the conference program: https://events.ceu.edu or write Lucija Balikic (firstname.lastname@example.org) to provide you with the Zoom link where the presentations will be streamed.
Opening remarks by Michael Miller (Nationalism Studies Program, CEU; Steinhof Visioning Group)
Moderated by Emese Lafferton (Department of History, CEU)
Thomas Mayer (Natural History Museum, Vienna)
Herwig Czech (Department of Ethics, Collections and History of Medicine, Medical University of Vienna)
Margit Berner (Natural History Museum, Vienna)
Felicitas Heiman-Jelinek (free-lance curator, head of the Curatorial Education Program of the Association of European Jewish Museums)
Hannes Sulzenbacher (exhibition curator, head of the scientific team of the new Austrian exhibition at the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau)