Call for papers - Second Warsaw AIESEE International Workshop

"The Balkan Jews & the Minority Issue in South-Eastern Europe"

Organized by the Polish Commission of Balkan Culture and History

Faculty of “Artes Liberales” University of Warsaw

Warsaw 7th - 8th November 2016

The Polish Commission of Balkan Culture and History as a full member of Association Internationale d'Etudes du Sud-Est Européen (AIESEE) has existed since the 10th Congress of AIESEE in Paris held in 2009. In 2011, the Commission organized the first AIESEE Conference “The Image of Russia in the Balkans”.

The second AIESEE...

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Proposition d’un tome IV de la série « Pour une grande histoire des Balkans »

La publication actuelle s’arrête aux guerres balkaniques. Or le long XXe siècle de la Première Guerre mondiale à l’orée du 3ième millénaire a été particulièrement riche en mutations profondes, parfois douloureuses, dans cette partie de la planète. Dans le même esprit que les volumes précédents, il ne s’agirait pas d’entreprendre de nouvelles recherches, toujours à encourager, mais de mobiliser sur des axes de problématiques les résultats déjà acquis.

Sans préjuger de propositions additionnelles, ni de méthodes d’investigations transversales, faisant appel à la littérature, à l’art ou au cinéma, trois directions fondamentales, qui privilégient les faits politiques...

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The Black Sea and the European Integration of the South-East Countries

Many years ago Roberto Sabatini Lopez quoted an Italian source of 15th century witch pointed Caffa as the last town of Europe. An Europe prolonged to Crimea, included a significant part of the actual South-East of the continent – the whole in that times – was the result of the 13th-14th centuries commercial revolution, argued by the late professor Lopez, but also it is due principally to the Black Sea, which became in the same time a “plaque tournante” of the international trading, after / according to the suggestive...

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 How European was the 18th cent. in the Balkans?

  • The European character of the 18th cent. Balkan - Ideology, 2. Political ideology, 3.Original lay literature of any kind. 4.Plastic arts

  • Another issue are the Translations from Western literatures (choices and implicit aims, circulation).

  • Yet another one are The linguistic skills ( the liturgical language, the cultivation of the...

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The European integration could be scrutinized from two perspectives: the immediate, contemporary one which took place and still takes place after the fall of the communism; there is also a historical perspective, which happens in a "long term" and which is related to all the attempts of approach between the South-East area of the European continent and the West (a
phenomenon which takes place since the late Antiquity, throughout the Middle Ages and the first modern era).

 
Call for papers

Balkan Worlds II: Balkan Perceptions of War and Revolution (1789-1918)

The "Long nineteenth century" ended with the First World War and the War ended with a Revolution, in an exact reversal of the way this age opened. In 1789, a Revolution prompted a massive realignment of international power relations through the Napoleonic Wars...

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South-Eastern, East-Central Europe, West in South-Eastern and East-Central Europe throughout History

The Image(s) of South-Eastern and East-Central Europe throughout History. The Image(s) of the West in South-Eastern and East-Central Europe throughout History 

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The image of Russia in the Balkans
 

The image of Russia

in the Balkans

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