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INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA – PRELUDE TO KULTURSYMPOSIUM WEIMAR 2021

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Trigger Warning: This programme contains descriptions of physical, psychological and sexual violence, as well as reports of suicide. For some viewers,...

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Trigger Warning: This programme contains descriptions of physical, psychological and sexual violence, as well as reports of suicide. For some viewers, this content can be (re-)traumatising.
How do traumatic experiences affect the lives of subsequent generations and entire societies? In the third contribution of our introductory programme, we explore this question together with the Goethe-Institut New Delhi.
After the Partition of India in 1947, devised under British rule, a wave of violence engulfed parts of the country, especially the North. Approximately 14 million people - Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs - were forced into exile, one million were murdered. The Goethe-Institut New Delhi has brought together renowned researchers and activists to talk about the consequences of this collective traumatization.
In “Intergenerational Trauma. The Case of the Partition in India”, we feature lectures by feminist publisher, activist, and author Urvashi Butalia, historian Haimanti Roy, and psychoanalyst and author Sudhir Kakar. These three voices offer profound insights into the complex aftermath of the trauma of the Partition.
The event is complemented by further lectures with Sanjeev Jain and Amrita Narayanan as well as a discussion with all the experts. You can watch these additional contributions in our media library.
Further contributions to the introductory programme:
09 June – 5 PM (CEST): Trauma’s Field of Distortion (Goethe-Institut New York)

Further information: goethe.de/kultursymposium/en
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