School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, University College London
10 November 2015
9.15am-6pm. Followed by prosecco and canapés.
How can scholars working in the framework of East European studies engage with a world of people, objects, ideas and practices in motion? How does looking beyond geographically bounded nation-states and regions enrich the possibilities of East European area studies? What are the practical implications for research, teaching and training? And how does such work in East European studies speak to scholars in other fields? A workshop will be held in London on 10 November 2015 to consider these issues through the lens of recent research on three topics: cities, travellers, and networks/linkages.
This workshop will be preceded on 9th November by the linked conference “Area Studies in the 21st century”.
Speakers at “Eastern Europe without Borders” include:
- Dr Michał Murawski (SSEES, UCL)
- Dr Carmen Popescu (Sorbonne)
- Dr Vladimir Kulić (FAU Miami)
- Dr Bernard Struck (St Andrews)
- Dr Jan Grill (Manchester)
- Dr Anca Parvulescu (Washington University St Louis)
- Prof Martin Schulze Wessel (Munich)
- Dr Łukasz Stanek (Manchester)
- Prof James Mark (Exeter)
- Prof David Crowley (RCA London)
- Prof Diana Mishkova (Sofia)
- Dr Maciej Maryl (Warsaw)
- Dr Klara Kemp-Welch (Courtauld London)
The full programme is available for download:
Further information and registration is available below:
Centre for East European Language Based Area Studies (CEELBAS): www.ceelbas.ac.uk
Wendy Bracewell firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna Tremain email@example.com
UCL Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow
School of Slavonic & East European Studies
University College London
16 Taviton Street London WC1H 0BW