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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Slawistik und Hungarologie

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Tuesday, 5th  of March 2019

Main building Unter den Linden 6, room 2249a

 

9:30h-10:30h
KEY LECTURE I

  • Stef Jansen (University of Manchester):
    Practices and paradoxes in Balkan borderwork

 

11:00h-12:30h
BORDER CITIES AND CROSS-BORDER PERCEPTION

  • Jasna Čapo (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb):
    Exhibiting power, staging the border: refugees’ transit through Croatia in the autumn of 2015
  • Vladan Jeremić (Belgrade):
    Fragile Presence, Time for Movement
  • Marzena Maciulewicz (University of Warsaw):
    Doing fieldwork on the borderlands. Challenges of the organization of research in a divided city (Mitrovica).

 

12:30h-14:00h
UNMAKING AND MAKING FROM CENTERS TO PERIPHERIES: NEW BORDERS IN THE BALKANS

  • Rigels Halili (University of Warsaw):
    Marginality and centrality: few remarks on Zagorie valley and the Albanian-Greek borderland
  • Olimpia Dragouni (HU Berlin):
    Redrawing frontiers blurred: inter-confessional borders in Christian/Muslim shared places of cult in Macedonia
  • Lana Čmajčanin (Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna):
    Redrawing Borders

 

16:00h-17:30h
IDENTITY, NATIONALITY AND STATELESSNESS IN THE BALKAN BORDERLANDS

  • Roswitha Kersten-Pejanić (HU Berlin):
    Performances of identity and discourses of othering in the linguistic landscape of post-conflict Croatia
  • Elife Krasniqi (University of Graz):
    The appropriation of common descent to identity politics in Opoja, south of Kosovo
  • Pieter Troch (Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Regensburg):
    The legacy of socialist urbanisation on ethnic partitioning in Mitrovica (Kosovo)

 

Wednesday, 6th March 2019

Main building Unter den Linden 6, room 2249a

 

10:00h-11:30h
COMMEMORATION PRACTICES IN THE BORDERLANDS

  • Enriketa Pandelejmoni (University of Tirana):
    Contested memories in the borderlands. Cham and Greek identity and representations in Southern Albania today
  • Christian Voß (HU Berlin):
    The documentary “Witnesses” (Svedoci, 2016): Contesting “Bratstvo i Jedinstvo” during the Greek Civil War in the intergenerational memory of the Macedonian diaspora

 

12:00h-13:30h
ORAL HISTORIES FROM THE BORDERLANDS

  • Arbnora Dushi (Institute of Albanology, Prishtina):
    From border memory to border experience
  • Gilles de Rapper (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique):
    The Enchanted border: Neo-Pelasgianism in Albania
  • Robert Pichler (Austrian Academy of Science):
    The lure behind the mountains: Macedonian Albanians and their imaginations about their mother country during socialism

 

15:00h-16:30h
BORDERS, WALLS AND VIOLENCE – FACING THE FENCING

  • Srdjan Jovanović-Weiss (City Collage of New York):
    Architecture of romancing true power
  • Nenad Stefanov (HU Berlin):
    Remembrance and experience of violence in the Yugoslav-Bulgarian Border Region in the first half of the 20th century. Possibilities of Subjectivity
  • Vladan Jeremić and Wenke Christoph (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung):
    Implications of Safe countries of origin legislation, border regime and migration on Roma people in the Balkans