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Justina Smalkyte

Doctorant

Doctorante

Diplômée d'une Licence d'Histoire de l'Université de Vilnius et d'un double Master en Histoire Européenne de l'Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7 et l'Université Humboldt de Berlin, Justina Smalkyte est depuis 2018 doctorante contractuelle au Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po.
Après un mémoire portant sur la mémoire de la Shoah en Lituanie post-soviétique (financé par le programme MIEM USPC), sa recherche doctorale s'interroge sur le genre et les relations inter-ethniques dans les mouvements de la résistance anti-Nazie en Lituanie sous occupation allemande (1941-1944). Ce travail de thèse se concentre sur les modalités d'engagement, les expériences et les identités des résistant(e)s appartenant a de multiples groupes ethno-politiques du Geberalberzirk Litauen.

Bibliographie sélective

Conference papers and publications

“Re-conceptualizing the 'Sacred' and the 'Secular': A Case Study of Same- Sex Marriage in Denmark”, coauthored with Lea Brinkgaard and Farhad Mirza, the Berlin Historical Review, special issue:
“Community and Faith: A Social History of Religion in Modern Societies” ( publication 2019-2020).

“Anti-Semitism, Multiple Identities and Gendered Power Structures in the Communist Resistance in German-occupied Lithuania: An Intersectional Perspective”, Research Workshop: Jewish Experiences
and the Holocaust in the Soviet Union
, 5-16 August 2019, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

“Ethnicity, Gender and Multidirectional Violence: A Case Study of the Formation of the Local Force (Vietine Rinktine) in German-occupied Lithuania (February-May 1944)”, Conference: Reshaping the
Nation: Collective Identities and Post-War Violence in Europe 1944–48
, 16-17 May 2019, Charles University in Prague.

“Memory of the Holocaust in Lithuania: Between National, Regional and European Memories” GRACEH 2017 (Graduate Conference in European History): Beyond Established Narratives? New
Approaches to European History from Early Modern Times to the Present
, 27 – 29 April 2017, the European University Institute in Florence.

“Holocaust Memory in Lithuania: A Gender Perspective”, Graduate Conference: Rethinking Gender in Historical Research, 4-7 September 2016, Drosendorf, Austria.