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Semiotic Landscapes of Southeastern Europe

Moise Palace, Cres, Croatia and Online, from 05/28/21 to 05/29/21


Religion, Identity and Power: Turkey and the Balkans

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Schubertstr. 51, HS 31.11 / WEBEX, at 05/26/21

Speaker: Ahmet Erdi Öztürk

Graz BranchTurkeyReligion


Writing Gender in Macedonian Literature against the Background of Social Transition

Webex, at 05/26/21

Speaker: Elizabeta Šeleva, Department of Comparative Literature, Skopje, Macedonia

Halle BranchNorthern MacedoniaLiteratureTransformationArt / Culture


Juden in Rumänien im 20. Jahrhundert

Zoom, at 05/25/21

Vortragende: PD Dr. Mariana Hausleitner

Mainz BranchRomaniaHistory

Online-Book Presentation and Discussion

The National Frame: Art and State Violence in Turkey and Germany

Zoom, at 05/20/21

Author: Banu Karaca, Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin

Graz BranchTurkeyArt / CultureDemocracy / Rule of Law


The Dark Sides of EU conditionality

Zoom, at 05/17/21

Speaker: Natasha Wunsch, Sciences Po, Paris

Graz BranchWestern BalkansEuropean / transatlantic Integration


Catholic Church in Croatia: Legal Framework and Social Frictions

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Schubertstr. 51, HS 31.11 / WEBEX, at 05/12/21

Speaker: Sinisa Zrinscak

Graz BranchCroatiaReligion


Women, Religion and the State in Contemporary Turkey

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Schubertstr. 51, HS 31.11 / WEBEX, at 05/05/21

Speaker: Chiara Maritato

Graz BranchTurkeyReligion

Online Book Launch

The Resistance Network: The Armenian Genocide and Humanitarianism in Ottoman Syria, 1915–1918

Zoom, at 04/22/21

Author: Dr. Khatchig Mouradian

Introduction by Dr. Seyhan Bayraktar, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, ZHAW

Graz BranchTurkeyOttoman EmpireLiteratureDealing with the Past / Remembrance


Religion in Greece

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Schubertstr. 51, HS 31.11 / WEBEX, at 04/21/21

Speaker: Basilius Groen

Graz BranchGreeceReligion


(Post)Yugoslav Memories as Resistance Strategies - The Political in Yugonostalgia

Zoom, at 04/20/21

Speaker: Milica Popovic, Sciences Po Paris / University of Ljubljana/ Junior Visiting Researcher, Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education, Global Observatory on Academic Freedom, Central European University

Graz BranchYugoslaviaDealing with the Past / Remembrance