Halftime

Day 1 is in the books and has brought a lot of discussion on the many aspects of knowledge exchange in the Black Sea Region. Wide historical perspective, stimulating theoretical considerations and a variety of case studies will keep the participants busy to keep discussing in the evening.

Attached are some impressions from today’s panels and we’ll continue tomorrow morning (09:00) with a keynote by Sara Dickinson (University of Genoa) on “Otherness and Intrepidness: Women’s Travel and the Crimea, 1786-1853”.

 

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