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Research Seminar Series of the IOS Economics Department

Time: Tuesdays, 2-3.30 pm
Place: IOS, until further notice via ZOOM, Registration.
Programme

Research Laboratory “History and Social Anthropology of (South) East Europe”

Time: Thursdays, 2-4 or 4-6 pm
Place: IOS, until further notice via ZOOM
Programme

Infrastructure in East and Southeast Europe in Comparative Perspective: Past, Present and Future

8th Annual Conference of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS).
Poster

Hybrid
Date
: 23 and 24 September
Time: For details see the program
Location: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 884 439 7929, Kenncode: 337230) / Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 319).
Guests are welcome to join us online – link to be announced.
Program

Online
Date
: 5 and 19 October, 16:00
Time: For details see the program
Location: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 824 5820 1575, Kenncode: 797053).
Program

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Leibniz

Although the IOS does support Bachelor's and Master's students through internships and the (co‑)supervision of final theses, the core of its work in the promotion of young scholars lies in its measures to support doctoral candidates. The IOS employs doctoral candidates and integrates them into its research activities. Furthermore, doctoral candidates from Germany and abroad who are not employed at the Institute are supported in obtaining scholarships for guest research stays at the IOS and in taking part in projects at the IOS. The IOS organizes research colloquia, workshops for doctoral candidates and summer schools for post-graduates. It is also one of the institutions involved in the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, which has been established by the University of Regensburg and LMU Munich as part of the German Excellence Initiative of Federal and State Governments.

The following doctoral candidates are currently employed at the IOS:

Elia Bescotti: "Secession, Non-Recognition and Identity Building in the post-Soviet politics of international law: Contested Sovereignties and Ontological Security between Territorial Integrity and Self-determination"

Nargiza Kilichova: International democracy and rule of law promotion in Central Asia and South Caucasus – Places and Spaces of Struggle

Michael Rindler: Internationaler Handel und Migration unter besonderer Berücksichtigung kultureller und sprachlicher Aspekte

Jeremias Schmidt: Die Kriegserfahrung der Königlich Bayerischen Armee an der Ostfront 1915–1918


Doctoral researchers at the Leibniz ScienceCampus "Europe and America in the Modern World":

Jon Matlack: Maneuvering towards ‘The West’: U.S. Army-Bundeswehr joint War Games as Conduit for Western Identity Formation

Cornelius Merz: Exploring Identity and Belonging through Spatial Relations - a Comparative Study of Cleveland and Leipzig, 1890-1930

Efthalia Prokopiou: Notions of Home in the Far Right “White Genocide” Narrative: A Multinational and Multilingual Approach to Contemporary Far Right Self-Representations in Europe and the Americas

Igor Stipić: The State and its Students: Hegemonic Structures, Subaltern Pedagogies, and Fractured Community in Bosnia and Chile

Daniela Weinbach: Transnationale Film-Remakes: Zwischen Interkulturalität und universeller Verständlichkeit

Vita Zelenska: What Does it Mean to Be a Refugee? Sites of Knowledge Production and Their Asymmetrical Entanglements

IOS staff supervise doctoral candidates who usually obtain their doctor's degrees at the University of Regensburg. The current doctoral candidates are listed according to their supervisors: 

Under the supervision of Ulf Brunnbauer (History):

Stefan Gužvica: International Solidarity and Transnational Repression: The Balkan Communist Parties during the Great Purge, 1936-1939

Julia Kling: Jugoslawien im europäischen Erinnerungsforum - Der Einfluss von transnationalen Diskursen auf die nationale Erinnerungsarbeit der jugoslawischen Veteranen- und Opferverbände des Zweiten Weltkriegs (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Ana Teodora Kurkina: Intelligentsia in exile. Bulgarian revolutionary emigration in the second half of the XIX century and the projects for Balkan federation (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Frederik Lange: Die Drina als umstrittener Erinnerungsort (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Markus Meinke: Bayern und der Eiserne Vorhang: Die Grenze zur DDR und der ČSSR 1945 bis 1989 im Vergleich

Oana-Valentina Sorescu: The Evolution of Testamentary Behavior in the Case of the Transylvanian Saxons, 1550 – 1750 (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Katarzyna Szymankiewicz: Baltic Germans in the Wartheland (1939-1945)

 

Under the supervision of Guido Hausmann (History)

Artur Hilgenberg: Der Gemeindebesitz der Donkosaken. Entstehung und Entwicklung bis 1835 (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Liana Kupreishvili Prostitution in Tbilisi im 20. und frühen 21. Jahrhundert

Daniela Mathuber: "Na Moskve net carja." Das "samozvanstvo" als kulturelles Gedächtnis in der Geschichte Russlands(im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

Daniel Schrader: Demokratie repräsentieren? Politische Praktiken und Sprachen russländischer Räte- und Stadtdumendelegierten in Revolution und Bürgerkrieg, 1917-1919 (im Rahmen der Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien)

 

Under the supervision of Svetlana Suveica (History)

Mariana Mischevca: Urban Identities in Soviet Moldavia (1944-1989): Chisinau, Tiraspol, Balti and Comrat

 

 

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