Shadows of Empires: Program and Participants

Shadows of Empires: Imperial Legacies and Mythologies in East Central Europe

September 14th to 21st, 2021, Sofia

Program (PDF)

Participants & Projects

Altıntaş, Toygun (EUME Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation 2021-22) The Governance of Inequality: The Ottoman State and Ottoman Armenians (1856-1908)
Artymyshyn, Pavlo (Ivan Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Lviv) The “Russian World” (“Russkiy mir”): From Literary Metaphor to Political Context
Bondarenko, Dmytro (University of Szeged) The Monarchist Counter-Revolution in Central and Eastern Europe, 1918-1920 – A Comparative Analysis
Budinova, Elen (European University Viadrina Frankfurt/Oder) Europe’s Contested Peripheries: Zooming into the Donbas’ post-Soviet sociohistorical downward spiral into a lived dystopia of protracted war for territory and memory
Coman, Roxana (independent researcher) Dealing with a contested past? Ottoman architectural influence in Wallachia and Moldavia
David, Kathryn (Vanderbilt University) One Ukraine, Under God: Church, State, and the Making of the Postwar USSR
Dorn, Martin (Heidelberg University) Managing Diversity in a Multiethnic Space: Governance and Parliamentary Practices in the Western Ukrainian People’s Republic (1918-1919)
Karakusheva, Slavka and Ivo Strahilov (both Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridksi) Dis/Inheriting the Ottoman Legacy in Contemporary Bulgaria
Kilinskas, Kestutis (University of Vilnius) The Interwar Military Forces of Lithuania as a Window into Imperial Legacy and Tradition
Krushynska, Oleksandra (University of Vienna) Becoming Austrian? The Problem of Socio-Political Transformations in Galicia During First Decades of Habsburg Rule (1772-1815)
Peychev, Stefan (Boston College) The Nature of the Ottoman City: Water Management and Urban Space in Sofia, 1380s-1910s
Sharaya, Liudmila (Arizona State University) Limits of Nostalgia in Russia Abroad: imperial imagery among the first-wave Russian émigrés in Bulgaria and France in the interwar period
Shuvalova, Iryna (independent researcher) ‘Donbas is my Sparta’: Identity and Belonging in the Songs of the War in Donbas


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