Europe and the Balkans. 3rd workshop of the network Media and Memoria in South-Eastern Europe

Catégorie :Rencontres scientifiques

Date :du mercredi, 09 mai 2012 au samedi, 12 mai 2012

Lieu :Supetar, Insel Brac, Hotel Supetrus, Put Vele luke 4

Lien : http://www.litwiss.uni-konstanz.de/fachgruppen/slavistik/forschung/media-and-memoria/

Contact : iva.radiavljevic..a..uni-konstanz.de

Source: http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/termine/id=19121

Résumé :

The workshop Europe and the Balkans is the third annual meeting of an international network for South-Eastern studies which has been founded in 2010 in Ljubljana. It intends to intensify the international exchange of scholars and advanced students from different branches-history, political sciences, art history, media studies and literature. The members of the network share a common interest in the diverse transnational and national memory cultures in South-Eastern Europe, their interference and their rivalry. It deals with various phenomena associateThe workshop Europe and the Balkans is the third annual meeting of an international network for South-Eastern studies which has been founded in 2010 in Ljubljana. It intends to intensify the international exchange of scholars and advanced students from different branches-history, political sciences, art history, media studies and literature. The members of the network share a common interest in the diverse transnational and national memory cultures in South-Eastern Europe, their interference and their rivalry. It deals with various phenomena associated with the construction of memory in different media of remembrance. These involve longue durée, breaks and gaps, selection and suppression, traumatic events and the loss of memory, nostalgia, false memory, reactivation, rituals and traces of memory, various cultures of remembering the world wars and the Shoa etc.

Détails :

The workshop Europe and the Balkans is the third annual meeting of an international network for South-Eastern studies which has been founded in 2010 in Ljubljana. It intends to intensify the international exchange of scholars and advanced students from different branches-history, political sciences, art history, media studies and literature. The members of the network share a common interest in the diverse transnational and national memory cultures in South-Eastern Europe, their interference and their rivalry. It deals with various phenomena associated with the construction of memory in different media of remembrance. These involve longue durée, breaks and gaps, selection and suppression, traumatic events and the loss of memory, nostalgia, false memory, reactivation, rituals and traces of memory, various cultures of remembering the world wars and the Shoa etc.


Wednesday, 9th May 2012


9.00-9.30 Introduction (Room 1)

Aleksandar Jakir (Split), This is where we belong"-"European Union", "Europe" and "Europeaness" in contemporary debates in Croatia
Tanja Zimmermann (Konstanz), Fortress Europe and the gorges of the Balkans

9.30-11.00 Panel 1 Introducing the Balkans to Europe (Room 1)


Chair: Ivana Zivancevic-Sekerus

  • David Norris (Nottingham), Mind the gap! The Balkans as literary trope
  • Fanika Simovic (Split), European images of Dalmatia in the 18th century-Alberto Fortis and his description of "Morlachs" as noble savages
  • Kristin Lindemann (Konstanz), Introducing Bosnian culture to Europe-Milena Preindlsberger-Matovic pioneering literary work
  • Anisa Avdagic (Tuzla), The early encounters with Europe and narrative models of mediation

Discussion

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-13.00 Panel 1 Introducing the Balkans to Europe (Room 1)


Chair: David Norris

  • Ivana Zivancevic-Sekerus / Pavle Sekerus (Novi Sad), The evolution of one image: from indigenous Morlachs to Hollywoodish Borats
  • Manuela Schwärzler (Konstanz), Holidays in brotherlands: Czech travelogues about Yugoslavia
  • Jolanta Sujecka (Warsaw), Conceptions of the Balkans. The linguistic, the historical and the mental Balkans
  • Sanja Nasevski (Belgrade), Inclusive character of Balkan identity regarding identity of Europe, in the perspective of European integration
  • Dijala Hasanbegovic (Sarajevo), Stories for Europe: Bosnian film and the cultural codification of trauma

13.00-14.30 Lunch break

14.30-16.00 Panel 2 "Europeanization" of the Balkans (Room 1)


Chair: Nenad Makuljevic

  • Dusan Spasojevic/Jelena Kleut (Novi Sad/Belgrad), Europeanization discourse of Serbian political elites: Pescanik and Nova srpska politicka misao
  • Mirt Komel (Ljubljana), Splitting Eurobalkanism: Europaization of the Balkans, Balkanization of Europe-a short psychoanalytical observation
  • Dunja Melcic (Frankfurt/Main), Europe and the Balkans: Some Theses Concerning the History of (National) Discourses

Discussion

14.30-16.00 Panel 2 "Europeanization" of the Balkans (Room 2)


Chair: Marjeta Ciglenecki

  • Branimir Jankovic (Zagreb), What was the significance of 'Europe' for the Croatia historiography in socialist Yugoslavia?
  • Mario Simundic (Split), Croatia's path into the European Union
  • Tina Potocnik (Ljubljana), The Revolution Square in Ljubljana and its paragons from Venice to Caracas
  • Milan Popadic (Belgrade), Serbian ID for Europe: visual identity of the new Serbian passport
  • Alexandra Ioannidou (Athens),The new anti-European tendencies in Greece due to the economic crisis

Discussion

16.00-18.00 Round Table (Room 1)

Writers in between: Balkans and Central Europe from Adriatic (Mediterranean) Perspective

Boris Skvorc / Jurica Pavicic / Renato Barisic / Boris Dezulovic

19.00 Dinner

After dinner the writers will read from their works

Thursday, 10th May 2012

9.00-10.30 Panel 3 Identities "in-between" (Room 1)


Chair: Ljiljana Reinkowski

  • Toni Santric (Split), Dalmatia and the Balkans-a Mediterranean perspective in the writings of Bogdan Radica
  • Tihomir Brajovic (Belgrade), Imagining Europe: (anti)utopian memory of the 'millennium' trilogy by Vojislav Despotov
  • Sonja Veselinovic (Novi Sad), European roads and crossroads in Dragan Velikic's novel Ruski prozor
  • Bela Gligorova (Skopje), Beyond exile and into writing of/about the Now: A page out of Aleksandar Hemon
  • Katica Kulavkova (Skopje), The memory of the Balkans stereotypes in the western European context

Discussion

9.00-10.30 Panel 3 Identities "in-between" (Room 2)


Chair: Boris Skvorc

  • Nenad Makuljevic (Belgrade), Politics of perception: Europe and Balkans between orientalism and occidentalism
  • Lidija Nikolova (Skopje), Double identities of the Balkan writers (in the post-war context)
  • Boris Skvorc (Split), Miroslav Krleza between Mitteleuropa and the Balkans
  • Zeljko Milanovic (Novi Sad), The Balkans and Europe in David Albahari's collection of stories Svake noci u drugom gradu (Every night in a different city)
  • Zurijeta Hodzic (Sarajevo), The subject of memory and the subject of remembering Dikic Cirkus Columbia and Mlakic Kad magle stanu

Discussion

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-13.00 Panel 4 Remembering Yugoslavia (Room 1)


Chair: Barbara Murovec

  • Duje Jakovcevic (Split), Split's peristyle-Authority, art and revolution
  • Katarina Mohar (Ljubljana), Liberation of Triest: Modification of historical painting in Slovenia after World War II
  • Aleksandar Jurgec (Berlin), Reading the monuments-Articulation and constitution of a liminal identity
  • Philipp Tybus (Regensburg) , The establishment of a European culture of memory and its influence on local practices of commemoration
  • Vicko Bartulovic (Split), Foreign policy of the second Yugoslavia towards European countries

Discussion

11.00-13.00 Panel 5 War and Conflicts from the Balkan and European
Perspective (Room 2)


Chair: Reana Senjkovic

  • Enver Kazaz (Sarajevo), Skender Kulenovic's war poems: Remembering a European War from a Balkan perspective
  • Adisa Basic (Sarajevo), The Bombing of the Sarajevo town hall, National and University Library of Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992.- 2012.): Erasure of Memory Before the Age of Digitalisation
  • Andrea Lesic (Sarajevo), Milomir Kovacevic's war photographs: How not to dehumanise a traumatised subject
  • Dinko Gruhonjic (Novi Sad), Srdjan Aleksic's case and reconciliation in the region
  • Marina Jakic (Split), The international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: Objectives and achievements
  • Jacqueline Nießer (Regensburg), "The dilemma about reconciliation" - Investigating a transnational approach to dealing with the past in postjugoslav societies (RECOM)

13.00-14.30 Lunch break

15.00-17.00 Film presentation (Room 1)

Anna Bohn (Berlin), Images of the Balkans in times of war. Film propaganda from the German Empire to National Socialist Germany

Discussion

19.00 Dinner

Friday, 11th May 2012

9.00-10.30, Panel 6 Women and the Balkans/Woman on the Balkans (Room
1)


Chair: Iva Radisavljevic/Jurij Murasov

  • Verica Rekic (Split), Marija Juric Zagorka-influence of United Kingdom's women's suffrage in 19th century Croatia
  • Marjeta Ciglenecki (Maribor), The Balkan Beauty-Elsa Oeltjen Kasimir (1887-1944)
  • Reana Senjkovic (Zagreb), Miss YU: Socialist female beauty
  • Irena Cirovic (Belgrade), Images of violence against Balkan women in the 19th century European culture
  • Ajla Demiragic (Sarajevo), Is there an authentic woman's response to the war?: Women's writings about the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Discussion

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Discussion

11.00-13.00 Panel 7 Representing the Balkans in art and popular
culture (Room 1)


Chair: Mirt Komel

  • Gal Kirn (Berlin), Between Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav memorial spaces
  • Luka Ostojic (Zagreb), Batman and the student protests: Interpreting political events in the context of popular comics
  • Barbara Murovec (Ljubljana), True art on the "right" side Asta Vrecko (Ljubljana), Arteast 2000+ Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

Discussion

11.00-13.00 Panel 7 Representing the Balkans in art and popular
culture (Room 2)

Chair: Andrea Lesic

  • Ljiljana Reinkowski (Freiburg im Br./Basel),Yugoslav pop / rock culture of the 1980s and Euro-Balkan Identity
  • Nastasia Louveau (Berlin), YU-splendor reloaded
  • Sebastian Fietkau (Mainz), Balkan pop or Eurotrash-Yugoslavia and Its Successor States in the Eurovision Song Contest
  • Natasha Avramovska (Skopje), Europe and another Europe on the European Theatre Festival Stage

Discussion

13.00-14.30 Lunch break

14.30-16.00 Panel 8 Media theory and the Balkans (Room 1)


Chair: Pavle Sekerus

  • Liposinovic Marita (Zagreb), Textuality of Culture, Politics of Textuality
  • Marijan Buljan (Split), The magazine Nova Evropa (New Europe) during the interwar years
  • Lindita Kadriu (Skopje), Media presentation on the Balkan case of (my) Belgrade
  • Stefan Treskanica (Zagreb), Feral & Arkzin: How to subvert a dominant image and hegemonic discourse about Balkans in Tudjman's Croatia
  • Katrin Winkler (Konstanz), Media and regionalism: Television and Regional Concepts in the Magazine Studio
  • Jurij Murasov (Konstanz), Vegeta: The idea of Yugoslavia and the taste of the region

Discussion

19.00 Dinner

Saturday, 12th May 2012


9.00-11.00 Final discussion

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-13.00 Planning the future of the network

13.00-14.30 Lunch break

14.30-16.30 Planning the future of the network

19.00 Dinner


Contact:


Iva Radisavljevic (iva.radiavljevic..a..uni-konstanz.de)

Aleksandar Jakir (ajakir..a..ffst.hr)

Tanja Zimmermann (tanja.zimmermann..a..uni-konstanz.de)

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