New Perspectives in the Research of Conflict Regions in Eastern Europe

Kyiver Höhlenkloster
Kyiver Höhlenkloster
Glockenturm des Höhlenklosters
LOEWE-Team vor dem Glockenturm des Höhlenklosters

Am 13. und 14. November 2017 fand an der Nationalen Universität Kyiv-Mohyla-Akademie in Kyiv/Ukraine der erste Internationale LOEWE-Workshop „New Perspectives in the Research of Conflict Regions in Eastern Europe“ statt. Das LOEWE-Team aus Gießen und Marburg hat mit 15 Personen das LOEWE-Vorhaben präsentieren und diverse Aspekte der Problematik mit Kyiver Kolleginnen und Kollegen aus historischer, sprach- und sozialwissenschaftlicher Perspektive interdisziplinär diskutiert.

Monday, 13.11.2017
(NaUKMA Historical and Museum Centre, Skovorody St. 2)

9:45–10:00 | Greetings and Introduction
10:00–10:30 Monika Wingender (Giessen): Language Politics, Language Conflicts, and Conflict Linguistics (Case Studies from Ukraine and Russia)
10:30–11:00 Larysa Masenko (Kyiv): Language Conflict in Ukraine: Ways of Regulation
11:00–11:30 Michael Moser (Vienna): Current Trends in Ukrainian Language Policy.
11:30–12:00 | Coffee Break
12:00–12:30 Nadiya Trach (Giessen): Media Coverage of Language Policies in Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
12:30–13:00 Liudmyla Pidkuimukha (Kyiv): Cinematographic Representation of the War in Donbas: General Overview
13:00–13:30 Orysia Demska (Kyiv/Giessen): A Typology of Language Conflicts and Ukrainian
14:30–15:00 Peter Haslinger (Marburg/Giessen): Ethnic Difference and Regional Conflict Dynamics
15:00–15:30 Iryna Lysenko (Marburg): Politics of History, Identity, and Integration Concepts in the Soviet Ukraine of Post-Stalinist Era (1953-1970)
16:00–16:30 Mychailo Wynnyckyj (Kyiv): The Creative Class vs. Industrial-agrarian Ukraine: Immanent Class Conflict
16:30–17:00 Andreas Langenohl & Sophie Schmäing (Giessen): Meanings, Effects and Limits of Practices of Popular Voting in Conflict Dynamics
17:00–17:30 Lusine Badalyan (Giessen): Inter-Organizational Relations between the EU and the OSCE and Effects on Conflict Management in Ukraine and Georgia – Critical Junctures as a Trigger of Inter- Organizational Cooperation?

Tuesday, 14.11.2017
(NaUKMA Historical and Museum Centre, Skovorody St. 2)

09:00–09:30 Thomas Daiber (Giessen): Pavel Ignatovič Žiteckij's Review of Ukrainian Bible Translations (1905)
09:30–10:00 Julia Oleshko (Kyiv): Ukrainian Old-printed Books of the 17th Century and Sociopolitical Controversies
10:00–10:30 Volodymyr Potulnytskyi (Kyiv): Models of European Co-existence for Ukraine, Shaped by Leading German Intellectuals from Bismark’s Time up to the Beginning of Second World War (on the Materials of German Sources)
10:45–11:15 Tetiana Grygorieva (Kyiv): Ukrainian Cossacks Withstanding the Ottoman Threat near Khotyn (1621) in Reflections of Ukrainian Intellectual Elites
of the 17th-18th Centuries
11:15–11:45 Stefan Rohdewald (Giessen): Roles of Collective Remembrance in Dynamics of Crises and Interventions in Macedonia after 1989
11:45–12:15 Ivan Basenko (Kyiv): Media Coverage of the Prisoner of War Theme: A Case Study of the Kyiv Daily Press, 1914-1916
12:15–12:45 | Final Discussion

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