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La Méditerranée – une surface ouverte à toutes les projections

L’historienne Leyla Dakhli (CNRS/ Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin), responsable de l’université d’été „De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century“ à Réthymnon (Crète), explique dans le magazine culturel français „Télérama“ l’évolution dans le temps de la notion de la Méditerranée. Elle...

“Everything has been said about the Mediterranean”

Introductory remarks to the Transregional Academy “De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century”, 19–29 September 2016, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno (Crete). by Leyla Dakhli As an introduction to the Transregional Academy “De-framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century”, my objective is...

Ukraine Rethinks Complex WWII Past

An Homradske.TV interview by Nataliya Gumenyuk (Visiting Fellow Berlin-Brandenburg Ukraine Initiative, Hromadske.tv) with Andrii Portnov (Berlin-Brandenburg Ukraine Initiative) and Jan C. Behrends (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam) 8 May 2016 On May 8th, 1945 Nazi Germany surrendered its armed forces,...

Call for Applications: Transregional Academy “De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century: Places, Routes, Actors”

The Forum Transregionale Studien, the Max Weber Stiftung, the Centre Marc Bloch and the Institute for Mediterranean Studies invite postdoctoral researchers to participate in our transregional academy in Rethymno (Crete) on the theme “De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century:...

Olga Sasunkevich: Winter Academy: Beyond History and Identity: New Perspectives on Aesthetics, Politics, and Society in Eastern Europe (Report)

The Winter Academy “Beyond History and Identity: New Perspectives on Aesthetics, Politics, and Society in Eastern Europe” was organized in the framework of Berlin-Brandenburg Ukraine Initiative by Andrii Portnov (Berlin), Anna Colin-Lebedev (Paris), Rory Finnin (Cambridge), Susi K. Frank (Berlin),...

Oleg Zhuravlev (photo: Forum Transregionale Studien)

Interview: „From the Event to New Political Subjectivities: Comparing Euromaidan and ‘Bolotnaya’“

Oleg Zhuravlev is a researcher with the Public Sociology Laboratory and is now working on his PhD in the European University Institute in Florence. In his research, Zhuravlev focuses on the evolution of political subjectivity in Russia and Ukraine. For the...

Andrii Portnov: Winter Academy ‘Beyond History and Identity’. New Perspectives on Aesthetics, Politics, and Society in Eastern Europe (December 2-12, Berlin) – A Report

Research Agenda The primary goal of our Winter Academy ‘Beyond History and Identity’. New Perspectives on Aesthetics, Politics, and Society in Eastern Europe was to reflect on the current state and perspectives of studying Eastern Europe and to face the...

EuroMaidanTahrir: Trajectories of Revolution and Violence in Eastern Europe and the Arab World

In this transregional conversation, Mayssun Succarie, a scholar from Lebanon, and Nataliya Gumenyuk, a journalist from Ukraine, aimed to draw connections and contrasts between the recent “square revolutions” in the Arab world and the Ukraine, but also how they sparked...