Postings mit Schlagwort "Balkans" (14)

 CfP: European networks 

posted by Katalin Teller 7 years ago

The Third International Conference on Nordic and Baltic Studies of the Romanian Association for Baltic and Nordic Studies and Balkanalysis.com will be held from May 25-27, 2012 in Targoviste, Romania. Papers are welcome for the conference European networks: the Balkans, Scandinavia the Baltic world in a time of economic and ideological crisis. Deadlines for submissions: proposals for panels and roundtables (approx. 500 words): December 31, 2011, abstracts for individual papers (approx. 300 words): February 1, 2012.

 IWM-Screening 

posted by Katalin Teller 7 years ago

The Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) invites for a screening of the film "As If I Am Not There" by Juanita Wilson based on the novel and with an introduction by Slavenka Drakulic. Time and venue: Wednesday, April 27 2011, 6:00pm - 8:00pm, IWM library.

 CfP: The Balkans in the Cold War 

posted by Katalin Teller 8 years ago

The LSE IDEAS, the Centre for International Affairs, Diplomacy and Strategy (London School of Economics and Political Science) and the Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy (Athens, Greece) calls for paper submission for the international conference The Balkans in the Cold War to be held on 27-29 May, 2011 in Athens, Greece. Deadline for submissions: January 3, 2011.

 Lecture at IWM 

posted by Katalin Teller 8 years ago

The Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) invites for a lecture by Maria Todorova: The Balkans between Cliché and the European Future. Date and venue: May 27, 2010, 6 p.m. at IWM (Spittelauer Lände 3, 1090 Vienna).

 Summer School Komárno 

posted by Katalin Teller 8 years ago

Summer School of Ethnicity and Migration Studies is a two-week educational program for those who are intrigued by pressing issues of ethnicity, nationalism and recent international migration. Through debates, lectures and workshops, it presents a unique informal learning space and creates opportunity for the participants to meet outstanding experts, to get familiar with each other’s ideas and initiate international cooperation. Deadline for applications: May 24, 2010.

 Ottoman Architecture 

posted by ush 8 years ago

The conference Centres and Peripheries in Ottoman Architecture is held in Sarajevo on April 22-24,.2010.

What was Ottoman architecture? Whose was it, why and where? While such seemingly elementary questions once seemed superseded, a critical rethinking of approaches and canons in art history over the past few decades has made it attainable to pose them again. These advances have also resulted in a novel interest in monuments and artistic phenomena long excluded from the standard narratives due to lack of monumentality, peripheral location, or stylistic provincialism, that is, if viewed against contemporary phenomena in the centre(s) of power and cultural production. With foci of inquiry and criteria for appraisal gradually shifting from stylistic cohesion, development, and scale to (also) include questions of patronage, site, and social function, these approaches make not only possible but indispensable an increased visibility of such monuments in the literature that maps and constitutes art histories. This provides an opportunity for, and at the same time underlines the necessity of, a renewed discussion of Ottoman architecture in the Balkans and its place in the historical narratives of both Ottoman and European architecture.

 Vortrag | Euroatlantic Agenda 

posted by ush 8 years ago
Das Institut für den Donauraum und Mitteleuropa - IDM und die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Außenpolitik und die Vereinten Nationen, laden Sie sehr herzlich ein zum Vortrag Balkan at the Crossroad - Time to Move Forward with the Euroatlantic Agenda von Samuel Zbogar, Außenminister der Republik Slowenien.
 
Termin:   16. März , 18.00 Uhr
Ort: Parlament, Dr.-Karl-Renner-Ring 3, 1010 Wien
Anmeldung: office@oegavn.org

 Western Balkans 

posted by ush 8 years ago
RRPP Annual Conference Social, Political and Economic Change in the Western Balkans

Interested young researchers and scientists (MA and PhD candidates) are invited to apply to participate at the RRPP Annual Conference that will take place in Albania from 25 till 26 June 2010. All interested candidates should submit their short Curriculum Vitae (1 page), an outline of their research paper to be presented at the conference (300-500 words) and a short motivation letter by 15 April, 2010 the latest, through office@rrpp-westernbalkans.net. The selection process will be completed and announced by 10 May, 2010.

For those accepted, the University of Fribourg will cover travel and accommodation expenses, and/or provide opportunities for co-financing if the costs in individual cases exceed the average expenses per participant coming to the conference. The selected participants will be informed about the programme and specific workshops of the conference, as well as the technical details in due time. The organisers reserve the right to limit the number of applicants accepted to participate at the conference.

 Balkan Studies 8 

posted by ush 9 years ago

Here follows the abstracts (cf. Balkan Studies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) of Christian Marchetti (Tübingen): 19th-century Austrian Ethnography’s Discovery of the Proximate Other and its Legacy Today

The dichotomy between the exploration of the distant colonial primitive other and the discovery of the peasant as the nation’s »other within« provide a central divide in the historiography of the institutionalization of the anthropological sciences. In this ambivalent process Austrian ethnography was a borderline case. For ethnographic travellers as for aspiring scholars of all anthropological disciplines the proximate Balkans were a productive field of research. As the empire projected its powers into the same space, scientific "discovery" and military conquest often went hand in hand.

 Balkan Studies 7 

posted by ush 9 years ago

Here comes the abstract (cf. Balkan Studies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) of Peter Mario Kreuter (Regensburg): Slightly Nonsense. Or: Is there an Impact of (more or less) Scientific Balkan Studies in the Public (non-academic) Sphere?

"In Albania it is forbidden to listen to Manele; doing otherwise may be punished by imprisonment, fines, and whipping." This is what one can read when visiting the German Wikipedia in order to find some information about the Romanian musical style manele which also exists in Albania, but under a completely different name (tallava).

 Balkan Studies 6 

posted by ush 9 years ago

The abstract (cf. Balkan Studies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) of Karl Kaser (Graz): Disciplinary Boundaries in Question: Balkan Studies in a Globalizing World

The disciplinary boundaries between Balkan Studies and Near East and/or Middle Eastern Studies were basically drawn in the course of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century within a certain political framework and as results of European political interests. Arabic and Islamic Studies were considered as the study of the culturally other. Balkan Studies in this period of time were conceived as the »orient within«. The dissolution of the Habsburg and the Ottoman Empires by the end of 1918 changed the political landscape. Near East and Middle East Studies received the flavour of British and French Colonial Studies, whereas the German Reich was interested to explore the designated food deliverer, the Balkans, within its concept of Großraumpolitik.

 Balkan Studies 2 

posted by ush 9 years ago

Wladimir Fischer (Wien): From Balkanologie to Balkan-Kompetenzen: Major Topics in 'Western' Academic Representation of the Balkans

Institutionalized knowledge about the Balkans developed as a philological domain in theearly 19th century until today, Western and Central European businesses and banks capitalize on that knowledge in their Central and eastern European expansion strategies. This presentation showcases some major topical shifts in the field and discusses the present situation.

 Balkan Studies 1 

posted by ush 9 years ago

The abstracts of the upcoming workshop Balkan Studies - quo vadis? will be posted here in alphabetical order:

Zrinka Blažević (Zagreb): Globalizing the Balkans: Balkan Studies as Transnational/Translational Paradigm

Starting from the premise that space is both a physical givenness and a social construct, the
main focus of this paper will be placed upon an alternative theoretical conceptualization of
the Balkans as a possible heuristic framework for rethinking and epistemological broadening
of the Balkans Studies. Drawing upon Michel Foucault’s concept of heterotopia as
"impossible space" of coexistence of the opposite, distinctive and incommensurable, I
will propose a conceptualization of the Balkans as a heterotopical space in geographical,
historical, social, political, cultural and symbolic terms. Accordingly, it will be argued that
such a conceptualization might provide a basis for a transnational and translational politics
of the discipline which could not only bring about useful heuristic models and research
protocols for future Balkan Studies, but also ensure a survival of this academic and research
field in the post-transitional, global age.

 Balkan Peninsula 

posted by ush 10 years ago

The following program of a roundtable to be held in Sofia is thematically linked to the topics discussed in the Digital Anthology Forbidden Words, turning towards the contamination and geopolitical implications of the term Balkanhalbinsel. The history of the term, its usages and misusages are discussed in connection with the historical and current (mis)usage of another geographical term, "Europe". Therefore, it the latter term should be analysed and revisited, as well, since it is not evident, why Non-Europe is meant to be insulting.

The Department for History of Byzantium and the Balkans at Faculty of History in University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski" is prepraring a R o u n d T a b l e  with the following title and agenda: Two Hundred Years on the Road: The Term "Balkan Peninsula" (1808-2008).

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