Workshop on Croatia

posted by Katalin Teller on 2009/02/18 10:05

[ Workshop ]

The Centre for European Neighbourhood Studies (CENS) of the University of Stirling (Scotland) organises a workshop on Croatia after Tudjman: Dealing with Consequences of Conflicts and Authoritarianisms, in Stirling on Friday, 27 February 2009.
The workshop is convened by Dr Dejan Jović (University of Stirling) and Dr Christopher Lamont (University of Glasgow). The programme for the workshop is as follows:
 
10.00 - 10.15 : Introductory Session
 
10. 15. - 12.00: Panel I: Confronting Atrocity: Croatia, War Crimes and the ICTY
Chair: Professor Antony Duff, University of Stirling
 
Dr Christopher Lamont (University of Glasgow): Negotiating Compliance: Sanader's Croatia and the ICTY
Nataša Zambelli (University of Edinburgh): From Authority to Agency: Redefining Sovereignty in the Context of Croatian Cooperation with the ICTY
Dr Vjeran Pavlaković (University of Rijeka):  A Hero, Not a Criminal: Croatia, the ICTY, and the Symbol of General Gotovina
 
12.00 - 1. 30: Lunch
 
1.30 - 2.45: Panel II: Post-conflict Culture and Identities
Chair: Dr Mirna Šolić, University of Glasgow
 
Dr Catherine Baker (University of Southampton): It's all the same, only he's not here? Popular Music and Political Change in post-Tudjman Croatia
Dr Ana Dević (University of Glasgow): Memory, Conflict and Discontent in Croatian Writing and Film
 
 
2.45 - 3.00: Coffee/Tea break
 
3.00 - 4.30: Panel III: Challenges of Governance in the aftermath of War and Authoritarianism
Chair: Dr Jovo Ateljević, University of Stirling
 
Igor Štiks (Northwestern University, Chicago and Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris):  Inclusive Ethnocentric Citizenship? Citizenship, Ethnic Diaspora, and Elections in Contemporary Croatia
Dr Ivana Djurić (University of Nottingham): The post-war repatriation of Serb minority IDPs and refugees in Croatia: Repercussions on political stability
Dr Dejan Jović (University of Stirling): Organized Crime in post-Tudjmanist Croatia
 
4.30 - 5.00: General discussion
 
For any further information - including expressions of interest to participate in the workshop - please contact Dr Dejan Jović .

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