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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).
Plakat

Hybrid
Datum
: Donnerstag, 23.09. bis Freitag, 24.09.2021
Zeit: siehe Programm
Ort: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 884 439 7929, Kenncode: 337230) / Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 319).
Gäste sind online willkommen, der Besuch der Tagung vor Ort ist diesmal leider nicht möglich.
Programm

Online
Datum
: dienstags, 5.10., 12.10., 19.10.2021, jeweils um 16 Uhr
Zeit: siehe Programm
Ort: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 824 5820 1575, Kenncode: 797053).
Programm

Call for papers: State Descriptions Revisited: Historical Forms of Territorial Representations, 18-21th centuries

Organizers: Borbála Zsuzsanna Török (Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University Duisburg-Essen) and Guido Hausmann (IOS Regensburg).
Dates: 20-21 January 2022
Location: Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Regensburg, Germany
Call for papers
Submission deadline: 30 September 2021

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Vita Zelenska is a researcher, curator, and artist working in the spheres of political anthropology, anthropology of art, and sound studies. Her research interests include political agency, subjectivity, and production of space (space-in-the-making). She graduated from the European University at Saint-Petersburg with a major in cultural anthropology (MA, “Rebetiko musical genre in Greece (self-presentation, authenticity, performance)”). She conducted several studies in collaboration with theatre actors and directors on Saint-Petersburg and with apartment galleries' curators (together with art historian and curator Marina Israilova). She spent a semester at the New School for Social Research (Global Dialogues Fellowship) working on the study of political meanings of sound. Her current project at the Leibniz ScienceCampus focuses on knowledge-making about what it “means” to be a refugee. The project applies asymmetric non-comparative research that will be conducted in Greece and the USA.