International heritage in the memorial landscape of the Kaliningrad region
... Kaliningrad in 2005 kindled interest in the pre-war past and encouraged the creation of new places of remembrance. The second decade of the 21st century saw a decline in memorial activities related to international historical heritage.
Mankevich D. V., Megem M. E.
cultural memory, place of memory, Kaliningrad region, memorial landscape, narrative
Preserve vs dismantle: major trends in the Baltics’ politics of memory regarding Soviet monuments at sites of mass violence
38. Korotkova, Е. 2018, Heritage Custodian Jurijus Trakselis: “You Can’t Just Break History”, МК, URL:
Megem M. E.
politics of memory, mass violence commemoration sites, Baltics, Soviet monuments, Ponary, Salaspils memorial, Pirčiupis, Klooga
"Politically purposeful, ideologically informative and literary correct local programmes": the news agenda of the Kaliningrad region in 1947
... were involved in the overall development of the country. At the same time, the high rate of emigration from the region in the post-war years suggests that the work of the local media could not mask the problems that existed.
Davidenko A. A., Megem M. E.
settlement of the Kaliningrad region, Soviet newspapers and radio, Soviet news, Soviet people, USSR
The history of Lithuania in the national historiography of the second half of the 19th — early 20th century
... inscribed in the context of pre-revolutionary national historiography. The works of Matvey Lyubavsky and Alexander Presnyakov, whose conclusions in many aspects are still relevant, achieved the paramount importance in Lithuanian historical studies.
Megem M. E.
Grand Duchy of Lithuania, pre-revolutionary Russian historiography of the second half of the 19th — early 20th century, Kiev history school, pre-revolutionary lithuanism, Vladimir Antonovich, Konstantin Bestuzhev-Ryumin, Matvey Lyubavsky, Alexander ...