04.05.2017

Annual Report 2016 published

The Jahresbericht/Annual Report 2016 of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies has been published. The report chronicles the recent development of the Graduate School. It also features the projects and research activities of our doctoral students, postdocs, and Principal Investigators. Furthermore, it presents interviews with several Visiting Research Fellows we have had the pleasure to welcome in 2016.

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04.07.2017

© 2017 – Routledge

Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Čarna Brković, postdoctoral researcher of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg, has co-edited the book "Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Semiperipheral Entanglements". The collection - published with Routledge - explores in interdisciplinary contributions recent configurations of social relations in post-socialist, post-war, post-Yugoslav Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) by turning an analytical lens on questions of sociality.

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01.12.2016

The Stalinist Plan for the Transformation of Nature in Czechoslovakia

Arnošt Štanzel, alumnus of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Munich, contributed a paper to the volume "In the Name of the Great Work: Stalin's Plan for the Transformation of Nature and its Impact in Eastern Europe" which was edited by Doubravka Olšáková and released in September by Berghahn Books. Štanzel's and Olšáková's co-authored text is titled "Kafkaesque Paradigms: The Stalinist Plan for the Transformation of Nature in Czechoslovakia".

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27.09.2016

Effects and side effects of European Union assistance on the former Soviet republics

The international and interdisciplinary journal "Democratization" has recently published online the article "Effects and side effects of European Union assistance on the former Soviet republics". It has been written by political scientist Karina Shyrokykh, who is a PhD student at the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Munich.

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25.07.2016

Annual Report 2015 published

The Jahresbericht/Annual Report 2015 of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies has been published. The report chronicles the development of the Graduate School in the last year. It also features the projects and research activities of our doctoral students, postdocs, and Principal Investigators. Furthermore, it presents interviews with several Visiting Research Fellows we have had the pleasure to welcome in 2015.

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07.06.2016

Children's Hunger and Humanitarian Relief in the Aftermath of the Great War

An article on Children's Hunger and Humanitarian Relief in the Aftermath of the Great War has recently been published with Berghahn Books by Dr. Friederike Kind-Kovács, a Postdoc of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg. The article is part of the anthology "Rescuing the Vulnerable: Poverty, Welfare and Social Ties in Modern Europe" (= International Studies in Social History; Vol. 27) edited by Beate Althammer, Lutz Raphael, and Tamara Stazic-Wendt.

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25.04.2016

The Great War, the child’s body and the American Red Cross

The most recent issue of the "European Review of History: Revue européenne d'histoire", a special issue on "Humanitarianisms in Context: Histories of Non-State Actors, from the Local to the Global", features an article written by Dr. Friederike Kind-Kovács, a Postdoc of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg. The article is entitled "The Great War, the child’s body and the American Red Cross".

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01.04.2016

Innovative Forms of the Hungarian Samizdat

The March issue of the Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung (ZfO), a thematic issue on "Samizdat and alternative communication", features an article on innovative forms and oral practices of the Hungarian Samizdat by Katalin Cseh-Varga, doctoral student at the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Munich.

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24.03.2016

Franz Kafka and His Prague Contexts

Charles University's Karolinum Press has just published a new study on Franz Kafka and his hometown Prague. It was written by Marek Nekula, member of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies as well as Professor for Bohemian and Westslavic Studies at the University of Regensburg. The book focuses on the importance of Prague as sociotope for Kafka’s literary work.

 

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22.01.2016

Globalizing Southeastern Europe: New book by Ulf Brunnbauer

Ulf Brunnbauer, Speaker of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg, has published a new book entitled "Globalizing Southeastern Europe: Emigrants, America, and the State since the Late Nineteenth Century". It provides a comparative analysis of the socioeconomic causes and consequences of emigration from Southeast Europe particularly to the United States.

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