November 2017

02.11.2017 (14:00 - 15:30)

[Colloquium Regensburg] Zoran Milutinović (London): "Bosnian Rushdie? Ivo Andrić and his Bosniak Critics"

On November 2, the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies receives Prof. Dr. Zoran Milutinović (London) for a lecture in its colloquium in Regensburg. He will present a paper with the title "Bosnian Rushdie? Ivo Andrić and his Bosniak Critics".

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03.11.2017 (2017-11-03 - 2017-11-04)

[Workshop Munich] "Emotions and the Disintegration of Communism in Europe, ca. 1970 to 2000"

On November 3-4, the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies organizes in cooperation with the Chair for East and Southeast European History (LMU) a workshop entitled "Emotions and the Disintegration of Communism in Europe, ca. 1970 to 2000". The workshop is organised and chaired by Dr. Jan Arend, alumnus and new postdoc of the Graduate School, and Dr. Franziska Davies (both Munich).

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07.11.2017 (13:30 - 15:00)

[Forum Regensburg] Elena Shulzhenko (Slagelse): "Working under the Sword of Damocles: Variable Share of Pay in Russian Enterprises"

On November 7, the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies in cooperation with the Leibniz-Institute for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Dr. Elena Shulzhenko (Slagelse) for a "Forum" lecture. She will present a paper with the title "Working under the Sword of Damocles: Variable Share of Pay in Russian Enterprises".

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15.11.2017 (12:15 - 13:45)

[Colloquium Munich] Konstantin Bogdanov (St. Petersburg): "Alternative Healing Practices and Languages of Social Trust in Post-Soviet Russia"

On November 15, Dr. Konstantin Bogdanov (St. Petersburg) is welcomed in the colloquium of the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies in Munich. His paper is entitled "Alternative Healing Practices and Languages of Social Trust in Post-Soviet Russia".

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20.11.2017 (14:15 - 15:45)

[Forum Regensburg] Mikołaj Szołtysek (Halle/Saale): "The Long-Term Effects of Historical Family on European Developmental Inequalities: Persistence of the Past?"

On November 20, the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Dr. Mikołaj Szołtysek (Halle/Saale) in Regensburg. He will contribute a paper entitled "The Long-Term Effects of Historical Family on European Developmental Inequalities: Persistence of the Past?" to the "Forum" lecture series.

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30.11.2017 (14:00 - 15:30)

[Colloquium Regensburg] Diana Mishkova (Sofia): "The Longue Durée of Südostforschung: Between Area Studies and Arbeitsbegriff"

The Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Prof. Dr. Diana Mishkova (Sofia) on November 30 in the colloquium in Regensburg. She will deliver a paper on "The Longue Durée of Südostforschung: Between Area Studies and Arbeitsbegriff".

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