Martina Urbinati

Holds a MA in social sciences at the University of Bologna and was a trainee at the Centre of East European and International Studies (ZOiS). Her main research interests include urban memory and conflicting interpretations of the historical past in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States.

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Articles by Martina Urbinati

  1. “My goal is to break the narrative that Lithuania had nothing to do with the Holocaust”

    Silvia Kučėnaitė Foti it the author of the book The Nazi’s Granddaughter: How I discovered my Grandfather was a War Criminal. After going through major trauma when discovering her grandfather was not the war hero she heard about but a Nazi collaborator, she started to investigate her grandfather’s past. Considering Jewish sources along with the Lithuanian sources Foti questions the Lithuanian official narrative denying any involvement in the Holocaust.

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