Hrvoje Paić

Theater and Society in Southeast Europe

This lecture series will explore the topic of theatre in the context of social transformation in Southeastern Europe. It will investigate the relationship between theatre, politics and society by way of historical, sociological, literary and political science approaches, focusing on the diverse ideological structures, aesthetics and historical-political functions of theatre in contemporary Southeastern Europe.

Doctoral Colloquium Southeastern Europe: Semester Retreat

Semester retreat of Doctoral Colloquium research group took place this time in Rogaska Slatina from 18. - 20.01.2017.
The group consisted of three Doctoral Colloquium facutly members, three guest lecturers, seven PhD researchers and Colloquium coordinator.
In focus of discussions were PhD progress reports, seven selected research papers, two presentation of guest lecturers including excersises of presentation techniques of PhD researchers.

Doctoral Colloquium Southeastern Europe

Doctoral Colloquium Southeastern Europe
Coordination: Prof. Dr. Florian Bieber / Prof. Dr. Karl Kaser
RESOWI, SR 15.33, 06.12.2016

Block I
Brown Bag Seminar
Chiara Milan, Research Fellow, CSEES, University of Graz
Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again: The Impact of 2014 Protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Doctoral Colloquium Southeastern Europe / Summer Semester Excursion 2016

10.6.-11.6.2016 / Discussion and Presentation Program:
Laura Kromjak: Memories of Bosnian Diaspora in USA
Martina Hermann: Rusyns, Slovenians, Croats in Camps in WWI
Igor Štiks: Limits of Academic Activism: From Critique to Action
Marija Martinović: Video Activism as a Performative Political Practice of the Women's Movements in Postsocialist Serbia
Pierre Bourdieu: Homo Academicus / Selected Chapter: Presented by Laura Kromjak

Doctoral Colloquium Southeastern Europe

Coordination: Centre for South East European Studies, University of Graz
Coordination: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Karl Kaser / Dr. Hrvoje Paić

09.05.2016 / Monday / 15:00 – 20:00
• Presentation of PhD progress report of PhD candidate with discussion
1. Lejla Vesković: Yugoslavia in 1980s: the Politics of Literary Culture

Our Journal Contemporary Southeastern Europe accepted into DOAJ

Journal of the CSEES Contemporary Southeastern Europe was officially accepted into Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. The Directory of Open Access Journals was launched in 2003 at Lund University, Sweden, with 300 open access journals and today contains more than 11.000 open access journals covering all areas of science, technology, medicine, social science and humanities.

Mehr als ein Spiel? Fußball und Fankulturen in (Ex-)Jugoslawien

Am 29. Oktober nahm Hrvoje Paić an der Podiumsdiskussion „Mehr als ein Spiel? Fußball und Fankulturen in (Ex-)Jugoslawien“ teil, die von Büchereien Wien, ballesterer und tipp3 in Kooperation mit FairPlay/pro supporters in der Hauptbücherei am Gürtel organisiert wurde. Weitere Diskutanten waren Nedad Memić, Darko Milanič, Ilčo Naumoski und Aleksandar Ristovski. Es ging um folgende Fragen: Welche Rolle spielte der Fußball im Transformationsprozess des ehemaligen Jugoslawiens? Wie ist die aktuelle Lage von Fankulturen, Klubs und Nationalteams?