10.04.2021 11:00 / Narva Muuseumi Zoom lektoorium

Event overview

Lecturer: Ivan Lavrentiev

  • Date and Time: April 10th, 11:00 AM
  • Language: Russian
  • Format: Zoom Lecture
  • Duration: 60 minutes

In recent decades, studies of historical memory have been gaining increasing popularity in scholarly literature. Historical memory encompasses the complex socio-cultural perception by contemporary individuals of processes, events, and phenomena of the past. Narva, with its extremely diverse and rich history marked by events significant for the entire region, provides an excellent platform for such research. During the lecture, studies of historical memory in Narva conducted by historians from Estonia, Russia, and Germany will be discussed, along with new opportunities for further exploration of this topic. The preparation of the lecture involved the use of publications from international scientific journals and collections, as well as materials from the annual publication of the Narva Museum.

Ivan Lavrentiev graduated from Tallinn University with a degree in History and obtained a master's degree from the University of Helsinki. He specializes in the history of Estonia and the former USSR during the transitional period of the 1980s-1990s. Since 2020, he has been a research fellow at the Narva Museum.

Cost of one lecture: 5€.

The link to the ZOOM lecture of the Narva Museum event will be sent to the email address provided by you upon purchasing the ticket one hour before the start of the lecture.