Tagungen und Seminare
The Centre for Southeast European Studies organizes regular conferences and workshops , including the Southeast European Dialogues (SEED), a conference series devoted to promote an active high-level scholarly dialogue on topics of key importance for Southeastern Europe. The first SEED conference was held in November 2011 on “Debating the End of Yugoslavia”.
Islands of Memory
Workshop, Stari Grad (Hvar)
31.08. – 02.09.1017
Day 1: Movie Screening and Discusssion (Hotel Arkada, Stari Grad)
17.00-18.00 Movie: Vila Münz
Discussion with director Naum Panovski (Poiesis Theatre Project, New York)
8:30 – 8:45 Welcome and Introduction
Florian Bieber, CSEES
Kerem Öktem, CSEES
8:45 – 9:30 David Henig, University of Kent/ CSEES
Books, Houses, Genealogies: Situating Neo-Ottomanism within Terrains of Exchange
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For more than forty years, Yugoslavia was one of the most internationalist and outward looking of all socialist countries in Europe, playing leading roles in various trans-national initiatives – principally as central participant within the Non-Aligned Movement – that sought to remake existing ge
In times of crisis, accountability of states to their citizens has been as pressing a matter as ever. Have the internal dynamics in workings of the new member states and in the states of the Western Balkans had an impact on the coherence of democratic regimes across the region?
The workshop "After Empires: Mapping the State of Art in Contemporary Vojvodina" took place in Palić, Serbia and was organised jointly by the Center for Southeast European Studies (CSEES) of the University of Graz and Central European University (CEU).