Listen to the Podcast from the talk by Svetlana Suveica (Moldova State University) on “For the Holy and Just Cause!” Alternative visions of belonging in the post-World War I Bessarabia.
The Centre for Southeast European Studies of the University of Graz is an interdisciplinary forum for teaching and research on Southeastern Europe. In addition to a comprehensive teaching program and research projects, the centre also regularly organizes events for an academic and a general audience on Southeastern Europe.
The Centre for Southeast European Studies is one of the partners in organizing the summerschool Globalizing Southeastern Europe in Zagreb from 29. 8. – 10. 9. 2013. The Universities of Leipzig, Bogazici University Istanbul, Graz, Zagreb and University College London (School of Slavonic and East European Studies) are announcing a joint summer-school-programme for 2013 on the topic of “Globalizing South-Eastern Europe”. The summer school is designed for two years. Last year’s summer school took place in Leipzig where theoretical questions were discussed.
Florian Bieber gave an interview to the Bosnian edition of Večernji List on reforms in Bosnia and the impact of Croatian accession to the EU.
Florian Bieber and Joseph Marko participated in a one day workshop on reforming the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the status of Croats in Bosnia in Mostar on 25 April. The seminar was organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Centre for New Initatives. During the workshop, a draft study on the status of Croats and possibilities for reforms were presented.
The alumni association of the University of Graz, Austria brings together its former students from Bosnia in Sarajevo. The newly established “Chapter Sarajevo” organizes social and scientific events such as lectures, discussions and gatherings, for former students and Austrian Alumni who work in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Head of the Chapter is Dr. Nedim Ademović, currently Head of Office of the President of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with his assistant Emina Hasović-Brajlović.
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.
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.