Brown Bag Seminare
Brownbag seminars are organised by the Centre for Southeast European Studies together with the Centre for Southeast European History regularly since 2011. The seminars provide a forum for scholars at the university and visiting fellows to present their current research projects and discuss them with others in an informal setting.
In spite of the institutional change which took place in 2000 and the complete exploitation of domestic sources of political tension such as the status of Kosovo, cooperation with the Hague Tribunal and the issue of decentralization with regards to Vojvodina, Serbian political divisions still dem
In the period between the mid 50s and mid 60s, thousands of Yugoslav citizens escaped across the Italo-Yugoslav border or crossed it legally and never went back. The majority of them was not approaching Italy as their final destination, but as a stage in their journey towards the West.
Die Präsentation fokussiert das Verhältnis der aus dem ehemaligen Jugoslawien stammenden Einwanderer in Österreich (Serben, Kroaten, Bosniaken, Mazedonier, Montenegriner, Kosovo-Albaner) zu den kriegerischen Auseinandersetzungen im jugoslawischen Raum von 1991 bis 1999.
Der seit der Auflösung Jugoslawiens bestehende Streit um die Rückerstattung von Guthaben in Auslandswährung bei der Ljubljanska Banka hat durch die im November 2012 getroffene Entscheidung des Europäischen Gerichtshofs für Menschenrechte im Fall „Ališić and others vs.
“Roadside architecture” explores the phenomenon of vernacular building culture in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina (most prominent along the major trade routes) by questioning ways in which local culture uses consumerism to negotiate its own positions in advanced modernity.
National attachment and clergy-nationalism; scientific constructs or daily routine in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Doc. Dr. Đorđe Čekrlija
Department for Psychology,
Faculty of Philosophy,
University of Banja Luka,
Bosnia and Herzegovina