Agata Tatarenko

Head of Department of the Visegrad Group
Institute of Central Europe


Agata Tatarenko – Ph.D, historian. Head of Visegrad Department at Institute of Central Europe, Lublin, Poland. - very short bio or bit longer version Agata Tatarenko – Ph.D, historian. Head of Visegrad Department at Institute of Central Europe, Lublin, Poland. In 2015-2018 assistant professor at the Institute of Central and Eastern Europe. Editor of scientific journals. Author of a monographs devoted to the problems of collective memory and politics of memory, and numerous scientific articles on these problems. Research interests: memory studies and culture of remembrance in Central Europe.


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