We are happy to provide you with the program of our upcoming conference on “Knowledge and Ideological Frontlines. Europe and the Black Sea Region after World War II”. Given the present situation of Covid-19 spreading all across the continent, we are currently also looking into alternative ways of exchanging ideas if the developments in the next few weeks does not allow us to come together at SW-University Blagoevgrad after all.
Unfortunately, due to the spread of Covid-19 we are forced to cancel the workshop “Visual Representations of Femininities and Masculinities: The Balkans and South Caucasus in the Digital Age” which was supposed to take place at University of Graz this week. We are looking into alternative forms of presenting the intriguing research upon which this workshop would have been based. Stay tuned.
We will have a workshop on “Visual Representations of Femininities and Masculinities: The Balkans and South Caucasus in the Digital Age” at University of Graz on March, 12-13. For more information and the full program please click here.
Join us if you happen to be in Graz!
We are thrilled to announce that the second KEAC-BSR-book “Institution Building and Research under Foreign Domination. Europe and the Black Sea Region (early 19th – early 20th centuries)”, edited by Iakovos D. Michailidis and Giorgos Antoniou, has just been published with Epikentro. Please follow this link for more information and the open access e-book!
Four more days to submit your proposal to our next conference on “Knowledge and Ideological Frontlines. Europe and the Black Sea Region after WW II” at SWU Blagoevgrad (23.-24. April 2020). You can find the full CfP here.
A strong showing of the KEAC-BSR consortium at this year’s Colloquium on Anthropology (“Cultural Pluralism: Public Sphere, Religion, Social Ethics”) at Moldova State University (December 12.-13., 2019)!
We will take our project to Blagoevgrad next April (23.-24.) when we have the opportunity to discuss “Knowledge and Ideological Frontlines. Europe and the Black Sea Region after WW II.” The call for papers is online and we are already looking forward to receiving your proposals!
Thank you Odessa for providing us with the ideal platform to engage in lively discussions on (in-)dependent academic cultures in the turbulent interwar Black Sea Region. Lots of questions raised rather than answered but we’re looking forward to building on newly acquired insights when taking on our next work package and “Ideological frontlines: WW II and Soviet hegemony”
We are looking forward to going to Odessa next weekend for debates on “Dependency and Independency of Academic Cultures in the Interwar Black Sea Region.” This conference will cap our project’s fourth work package and takes place at Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University (4.-5.10.2019). The full program and the book of abstracts are available here.