Online Lectures

Brownbag Seminars

12.10.2021

Hamza Karčić, University of Sarajevo: How a Bosniak Community Formed in Malaysia (1992-1995)

19.10.2021

Zora Hesová, Charles University, Prague: Governing Islam in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Religious Opposition Between Contestation and Co-Optation

16.11.2021

Ana Pajvančić-Cizelj, University of Graz: Spatialities of Europeanization in Western Balkans

23.11.2021

Sarah Craycraft, Ohio State University: Reinventing the Village: Youth, Heritage, and Revitalization in Contemporary Bulgaria

30.11.2021

Vladimir Vučković, Masaryk University Brno: ‘Colliding Neighbors: Serbia and Montenegro in Post Yugoslav Context – Identity

07.12.2021

Robert Rydzewski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan: The Balkan Route – The Recent History of Migration from and through the Southeastern Europe

14.12.2021

Samantha Rose Guzman, University of Bern, Historisches Institut: The War Back Home: Kosovo Albanian Political and Nationalist Organisations in Central Europe, 1968-1998

11.01.2022

Nejra Čengić, University of Graz: Care Work, Gender, and Social Reproduction in light of Europeanization: The Case of BiH

18.01.2022

Ana Dević, FEPPS Novi Sad, KU Leuven: “From the “Omnibus” Law to the “Office of Cultural Information”: The (Disappearing) Autonomy of Vojvodina since 2000

 

Registration:

Due to Covid-regulations, the number of participants is limited. Please register for the preferred event using the following e-mail address:  soegraz-events@uni-graz.at

If you wish to participate online, please use the login details provided on the event website of the Centre for Southeast European Studies: https://suedosteuropa.uni-graz.at/de/

 

Vom 12.10.2021, 13:00 h
bis 25.01.2022

Ort: University of Graz, Centre for Southeast European Studies, Graz and Online via Zoom

ZS Graz