Program and Participants Revisiting Nation

Revisiting the Nation: Transcultural Contact Zones in Eastern Europe

26 Feb – 6 Mar 2018 in Bucharest

Revisiting the Nation_Program Brochure [pdf]

Participants:

Participant Project
Bureiko, Nadiia
(Ukrainian Prism)
Bukovyna as a Contact Zone
Buyskykh, Iuliia
(National Research Institute of Ukrainian Studies)
The Polyphony of Coexistence: Local Communities on Polish-Ukrainian Borderland (Case of Podkarpacie)
Charapan, Nadzeya
(Vilnius University)
Imagining Nations in Ethnographic Open-air Museums: A Comparative Analysis of Belarusian, Lithuanian and Swedish Cases
Dovhanych, Nataliia
(Ivan Franko National University)
Dichotomy of Memory in Ukrainian Emigration Prose of the Second Half of the 20th Century
Fabrykant, Marharyta
(National Research University Higher School of Economics)
Unintended Consequences of Neo-imperial Revivalism in Contemporary Eastern Europe
Haman, Brian
(New Europe College)
Pluralistic Selves and the Negotiation of Belonging: Post-WWII Russian-German Literature and Eastern Europe
Lesanu, Alexandru
(George Mason University)
Refining Lives and Defining Sugar in the Transnistrian Borderlands (1898-2003)
Levins, Peter
(Brown University)
Fascism’s Adriatic Empire: City Politics and Architectural Production in Interwar Croatia
Lewis, Simon
(Freie Universität Berlin)
The Cosmopolitan Imagination in Polish Literature, ca. 1800-1939
Minea, Cosmin
(University of Birmingham/IEG Mainz)
Europe in the Balkans: The Creation of a National Architectural Heritage in Modern Romania (1867-1920)
Nickell, Amber
(Purdue University; Odesa National University)
“We Wander” Together: Jews and Ethnic Germans on the Eurasian Steppes, 1917-1979
Palko, Olena
(Birkbeck College, University of London)
Contested Minorities: A Transnational History of the Polish-Soviet Borderlands, 1918-1939
Rindlisbacher, Stephan
(Leibniz-Institute for East and Southeast European Studies Regensburg)
Territorialising the Soviet State, 1918-1936
Ruban, Kateryna
(New York University)
The Abortion Question in Soviet Modernity: A Study of Doctors and Female Patients in a Provincial Soviet Ukrainian Hospital, 1946-1991
Sergiienko, Viktoriia
(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
The Russophile and Ukrainophile Cultural Organizations of Eastern Slovakia in 1919-1938: Confrontation or Interaction
Shatalov, Denys
(Tkuma Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”)
“Import of the Cossack Idea”: The Folklore Publications and Spreading of the Cossack idea in Galicia
Shuvalova, Iryna
(Cambridge University)
Oral Poetry in Donbas War: A Quest for Memory, History and Identity
Spinei, Cristina
(Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania)
Representations of Otherness: Voices ‘from Outside’ in Contemporary German-speaking Literature
Yusupova, Guzel
(Durham University)
The Revitalization of Minority Languages in the Russian Federation: Authoritarian Statehood, Inter-Ethnic Solidarity, and the Digital Media