Brownbag Seminars: Current Research on Southeastern Europe
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.
This seminar will explore the role that external actors – such as the EU, but also crucially the United States or even “the West” in a very general sense – play as “discursive antagonists” in the Turkish and Hungarian “alt right” (in these cases, far right Eurasianist) movements through alternati
The region of Western Balkans went through a substantial decline in democracy during the last decade, one that brings about serious threats including authoritarian entrenchment, renewed ethnic conflict and decline in support for the EU (BiEPAG, 2017).