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Workshop Regensburg

The Slavic World Goes Global

08.12.2016 at 00:00  – 09.12.2016 at 00:00 

December 8-9, 2016 the international workshop "The Slavic World Goes Global" of the Commission International des Études Historiques Slaves (CIEHS) will take place in Regensburg. It is organized by the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) and the Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe (GWZO) in co-operation with the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies.

Prof. Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer, Speaker of the Graduate School in Regensburg, is co-organizer of this workshop. Prof. Dr. Marek Nekula, Principal Investigator of the Graduate School, will chair a session and Anna Baumgartner, Ph.D. candidate of the Graduate School in Munich, will deliver a paper introducing to central aspects of her doctoral dissertation.


Thursday, December 8
15.00 Opening
15.10‐17.45 Panel I: Patterns of Migration
Chair: Dušan KOVAČ (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)
Elisabeth JANIK (University of Vienna): “Emigration from the Habsburg Empire to the Americas”
Michael ESCH (GWZO, Leipzig): “Ruptures, continuities, transitions: migration patterns in and out of Europe in the interwar Period”
Ulf BRUNNBAUER (IOS, Regensburg): “Steamships and the State: official and unofficial ways to go to America from Southeastern Europe”
Comment: Frank HADLER (GWZO Leipzig)
18.00‐19.30 General Assembly of the CIEHS
20.00 Dinner
Friday, December 9
9.30‐12.30 Panel II: Port Cities
Chair: Sabine RUTAR (IOS, Regensburg)
Giulia LAMI (University of Milano): “Odessa: the Russian portal to the Black Sea in the prerevolutionary period”
Marco DOGO (University of Trieste): “The Slavonic dimension of Trieste as an imperial portcity, 1751–1914”
Marcin SZERLE (University of Gdańsk): “The maritime city of Gdynia as the Polish gate to the World in the 20th century”
Tomasz BLUSIEWICZ (Harvard University): “The second economy of the Soviet Baltic port cities: a fragile Cold War lifeline”
Comment: Luminiţa GĂTEJEL (IOS Regensburg)
12.30‐14.00 Lunch
14.00‐17.00 Panel III: Translations
Chair: Krzysztof MAKOWSKI (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)
Monika SACZYNSKA (Institute of Archeology and Ethnology PAN, Warsaw): “Between West and West: a translation of cultural patterns. Some examples from the Polish Kingdom and the Great Duchy of Lithuania”
Anna BAUMGARTNER (Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, LMU Munich): “Józef Brandt's Cossacks go global ‐ from Polish national imaginary to the international art market”
Michał MRUGALSKI (University of Tübingen): “Slavic Translation Theory and the Translation of Slavic Theory to (American) French Theory”
Comment: Marek NEKULA (Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, University of Regensburg)
Conveners: Prof. Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer, Prof. Dr. Frank Hadler
Time: December 8-9, 2016
Venue: Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Regensburg, room 017
Support: Herder-Forschungsrat

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