June 4, Friday
Opening remarks by Norman Naimark and Amir Eshel
Panel I: The Meaning of the Allied Occupation for Austrian History
Chair: Norman Naimark, Stanford University
Speaker: Michael Gehler, Innsbruck University, "Still 'Occupied' by Germany, 1945-1955"
Speaker: Oliver Rathkolb, Democracy Centre, Vienna, and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for History and Society, "The 'Allied Occupation' and the Collective Memory of Austrians after 1945"
Speaker: Guenter Bischof, University of New Orleans, "The Meaning of the Allied Occupation for Austrian History"
Panel II: Society and Culture in Four-Power Austria
Chair: Amir Eshel, Stanford University
Speaker: Wendelin Schmidt-Denger, University of Vienna, "Austria 1945-1948-1995: Literature"
Speaker: Kristin Rebien, Stanford University, "Beyond the Dream: Paul Celan on Postwar Austrian Surrealism"
Speaker: Matti Bunzl, University of Illinois, Urbana, "Thinking the Center through the Margins: Jews and Homosexuals in Post-World War II Austria"
June 5, Saturday
Panel II: The Soviet Factor
Chair: David Holloway, Stanford University
Speaker: Vojtech Mastny, Wilson Center, Washington D.C., "The Soviet Factor in the Remaking of Austria after World War II"
Speaker: Wolfgang Mueller, University of Vienna, "Some Aspects of the Political Mission of the USSR in Austria, 1943-45"
Speaker: Gennady Bordiugov, AIRO-XX Publishers, Russia, "Germany and Austria: View from the USSR"
Speaker: Norman Naimark, Stanford University, "Stalin and the Austrian Question"
Panel IV: Central European Perspectives
Chair: Ludger Kuenhardt, Bonn University
Speaker: Arnold Suppan, University of Vienna, "Austria and Its Neighbors in the East, 1945-1948"
Speaker: Dietrich Orlow, Boston University, "Austria and Germany after World War II: Similarities and Differences Protocol"
Speaker: Peter Kenez, University of California, Santa Cruz, "Hungary, 1945-1948"