Program

 

Četrtek, 20. april 2017

8.45: Jutranja kava

9.15: Pozdravni nagovori

9.30: Vabljeno predavanje:

Stefan Donecker (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschafte, Institut für Mittelalterforschung), Identity and Identification in Premodernity: The State of the Debate 35 years after John Armstrong’s Nations before Nationalism

10.30: Odmor za kavo

11.00: Panel 1: Before the Nations, Beyond the Nations

Predsedujoči: Marko Zajc (Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino, Ljubljana)

  • Ümit Eser (Necmettin Erbakan Üniversitesi, Konya), Before Becoming Bulgarians: Pre-National Identities of the Orthodox Christian Communities in Eastern Rumelia, 1878-1908
  • Jernej Kosi (Univerza v Ljubljani, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz), When the Slovenes Encountered the Slovenes: Ethnic Boundaries and the Process of Nationalisation in Prekmurje after the Dissolution of Austria-Hungary
  • Daniel Heler (Univerzita Karlova, Praga), Ethno-Genesis of Gorani People and ‘Deviant’ Contemporary Histories of Kosovo

12.30: Odmor za kavo

12.45: Panel 2: Imperial, National, Non-National

Predsedujoči: Jure Gašparič (Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino, Ljubljana)

  • Tamara Scheer (Universität Wien) and John Paul Newman (Maynooth University), Donations Requested: The Imperial, National, and Transnational Identities of The Ban Jelačić Association for Disabled Veterans and their Families in Vienna and Zagreb
  • Robert Shields Mevissen (Georgetown University), Identification in the Danube Empire: Shaping Riverine Transformations in the Late Habsburg State
  • Igor Vranić (European University Institute, Firence), Political Patriotism in the Late Habsburg Empire: The Case of Izidor Kršnjavi

14.15: Odmor za kosilo

15.45: Panel 3: Defining, Performing, and Staging Identities

Predsedujoča: Kaja Širok (Muzej novejše zgodovine, Univerza v Ljubljani)

  • Karin Almasy (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz), Postcarding Identities in Lower Styria (1890–1920): The Linguistic and Visual Portrayal of Identities on Picture Postcards
  • Susanne Korbel (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz), Staging Similarities, Staging Differences: (Jewish) Volkssänger and Their Performance of Habsburg Identities
  • Clemens Ruthner (Trinity College, Dublin), Colonial Habsburg: The Bosnian Foreigner in Literary Texts of Imperial Austria, ca 1900
  • Anita Buhin (European University Institute, Firence), “Naše malo misto” (Our Small Town): Yugoslav Mediterranean Dream

19.00: Večerja za referente (v rezidenci avstrijskega veleposlaništva)

Petek, 21. april 2017

9.00: Jutranja kava

9.30: Vabljeno predavanje:

Pieter M. Judson (European University Institute, Firence), People and their Categories: Creating Difference from Below and from Above in the Context of Empire

10.30: Odmor za kavo

11.00: Panel 4: Peasants, Professionals, Workers

Predsedujoča: Tanja Petrović (ZRC SAZU)

  • Daniel Brett (Open University), It’s Not About the Nation or Ethnicity: Identity, Politics, and Society in the Romanian and Irish Countryside 1900-1947
  • Ivan Jeličić (Università degli Studi di Trieste), The Typographers’ Community of Fiume: Between Spirit of Category, Class Identity, Local Patriotism, Socialism, and Nationalism(s)
  • Martin Jemelka in Jakub Štofaník (Masarykův ústav a Archiv AV ČR, Praga), Being Modern Christian and Worker in the Czechoslovak National State 1918-1938

12.30: Odmor za kavo

12.45: Panel 5: Identities in Transition

Predsedujoči: Borut Klabjan (Znanstveno-raziskovalno središče Koper, European University Institute, Firence)

  • Marta Verginella in Irena Selišnik (Univerza v Ljubljani), The First Publicly Active Slovene Women on the Intersection of National Identities and Multinational Space
  • Martina Salvante (University of Warwick), Renegotiating Identity: Disabled Veterans in Trentino and South Tyrol
  • Marco Bresciani, Country for Nationalists? State- and Nation-Building in Post-Habsburg Interwar Istria

14.15: Odmor za kosilo

15.45: Panel 6:

Predsedujoča: Rok Stergar (University of Ljubljana)

  • Etienne Boisserie (Inalco, Pariz), Family Networks and “Generation Key” in the Renewed Approaches of Social Questioning of the Slovak Elite at the Beginning of the 20th Century
  • Nikola Tomašegović (Sveučilište u Zagrebu), Statistical Nation-Building in Civil Croatia and Slavonia during the Second Half of 19th Century
  • Filip Tomić (Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb), Serbs in Croatia and Slavonia 1908 – 1914: The Contested Construction of an Ethnic Category, Conditions of its Deployment and the Issue of Its Reception
  • Luka Lisjak (Central European University, Budimpešta), “Changing the Nation’s Character”: The Slovenian Tradition of Critical National Characterology and Its Role in the Intellectual Definitions of National Identity in the 20th Century

17.45: Odmor za kavo

18.00 Zaključni komentar

Tomasz Kamusella (University of St Andrews)

19.30: Večerja za referente

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