(Post-)Yugoslav History, Society and Culture

Workshop for Networking and Exchange: 30 September 2022, 9:30-16:00

Registration deadline: 31 August 2022

Workshop for Networking and Exchange

This one-day workshop will bring together scholars from various disciplines and institutions who are based in Vienna and research different aspects of Yugoslav or (Post-)Yugoslav contemporary history, society and culture.

The program will start out with an opening session including inputs from Elissa Helms (Central European University), Miranda Jakiša (University of Vienna) and Ljiljana Radonić (Austrian Academy of Sciences) and a discussion on their remarks.

Over the course of the workshop participants will have the chance to briefly present their own research and learn about the other ongoing projects. After a shared lunch, discussions in smaller groups will allow participants to explore potential for future cooperation.

A more detailed program will be circulated among the registered participants in early September.

If you would like to participate, you can register by August 31 2022 under: yugoslav.history.thks@univie.ac.at

As the aim of the workshop is to exchange on our current research questions and challenges and explore shared themes, concepts and materials, we ask you to include a short abstract (200 words) or a few keywords on your research project in your registration Email.

 

Date and Venue

30.09.2022, 9:30-16:00, University of Vienna, Kolingasse 14-16, 1090 Wien

 

Target group

The workshop aims to primarily connect Vienna-based scholars of all career levels from different universities and other academic or research institutions in the city, who focus their research on Yugoslav or (Post-)Yugoslav history, society and culture. However, scholars who are not currently based in Vienna but would still like to participate are of course welcome to join as well.

 

Organization

Julia Anna Schranz (Faculty Center for Transdisciplinary Historical and Cultural Studies): julia.anna.schranz@univie.ac.at

Ivan Nikolovski (Yugo-Region Research Group, Central European University)

Bild: Knjižara Mi, 1070 Wien © FakZen THKS