Seminarreihe des Arbeitsbereichs Ökonomie am IOS
Zeit: Dienstag, 13.30–15.00 Uhr
Ort: Leibniz-Institut für Ost-und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 109); vorerst online via Zoom, link wird mit den Einladungen verschickt!
Forschungslabor: „Geschichte und Sozialanthropologie Südost‐ und Osteuropas“
Zeit: Donnerstag, 14–16 Uhr (Lehrstuhl) oder 16–18 Uhr (Graduiertenschule und Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus)
Ort: WiOS, Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 017)
Issue 1, 2020 offers the following contributions:
Christina Griessler (Budapest) analyses the so-called 'Berlin-Process', initiated by Germany in 2014 in order to enhance the dormant EU enlargement process and to encourage the EU-aspirant states in the so-called Western Balkans to continue pursuing the political and economic reforms that are a precondition for their accession to the European Union.
Vladan Vukliš (Banjaluka) writes from the perspective of an archival director and focuses on the difficult situation regarding the source materials of socialist Yugoslavia, and in particular sources pertaining to labour history.
Ljiljana Radonić (Vienna) compares the history politics with regard to the Second World War and the Holocaust as conducted by the Polish and Hungarian governing parties PiS and Fidesz. In Poland, she analyzes the exhibitions at the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising, the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk, the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews in Warsaw and the envisaged Warsaw Ghetto Museum; in Budapest, her focus is on the House of Terror, the Holocaust Memorial Center, and the planned House of Fates.
Romaine Farquet's (Neuchâtel / Bern) contribution is based on interviews with Albanian-speaking migrants in Switzerland who engaged politically in Kosovo during the 1990s. She explores how the former activists in the diaspora relate to their homeland today: they either continue to view themselves as a part of the imagined 'Albanian nation' in Kosovo, or they resort to alternative identity schemes focused on their lives in Switzerland.
In the Open Section Elise Feiersinger (Vienna) presents an initiative of the Austrian Society for Architecture (ÖGFA) who has made the archive of the late architectural historian Iris Meder accessible to the public.
Südosteuropa. Journal of Politics and Society is an English-language, multidisciplinary journal for the exploration of critical societal issues and processes related to southeastern Europe after the systemic changes of 1989/90. It serves as a forum for current work in Southeast and East European Studies, including Political Science, Sociology, International Relations, Contemporary History, Economics, Anthropology, Law Studies, Gender Studies as well as Cultural Studies. All manuscripts are subject to a process of double-blind peer-reviewing. The journal welcomes comparative perspectives towards adjacent regions as well as analyses and theoretical issues with implications for other world areas. In addition, it features a book review section (accessible also online at recensio.net). Its geographical scope is the area that lies between the eastern Adriatic, the eastern Mediterranean, and the Black Sea.
The contributions to Sudosteuropa are indexed in the bibliography IBZ (Internationale Bibliographie der geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Zeitschriftenliteratur), the Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (WPSA), the International Political Science Abstracts (IPSA) and the Sociological Abstracts (SA). They are further listed in the database World Affairs Online and in the International Relations and Area Studies Gateway (IREON).
Please always send books for review to the editorial office: Landshuter Str. 4, D-93047 Regensburg.
The print issues of all research articles published between 2000 and 2015 are available at the Central and East European Online Library C.E.E.O.L.
Heinz-Jürgen Axt (Duisburg-Essen)
Dimitar Bechev (Sofia/Oxford)
Florian Bieber (Graz)
Johanna Bockman (Washington, DC)
Xavier Bougarel (Paris)
Ulf Brunnbauer (Regensburg)
Marie-Janine Calic (München)
Nina Caspersen (York)
András Inotai (Budapest)
Stef Jansen (Manchester)
Jürgen Jerger (Regensburg)
Deema Kaneff (Birmingham)
Denisa Kostovicova (London)
Ivan Krastev (Sofia)
Mladen Lazić (Belgrade)
Joseph Marko (Graz/Bozen)
Alina Mungiu-Pippidi (Berlin/Bukarest)
Vjeran Pavlaković (Rijeka)
Nadège Ragaru (Paris)
Sabrina P. Ramet (Trondheim)
Solveig Richter (Erfurt)
Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers (Bournemouth)
Milica Uvalic (Perugia)
- 67 (2019), no 4
- 67 (2019), no 3: Borders and Administrative Legacies
- 67 (2019), no 2: Social Policies, Demographic Patterns and Inclusion Strategies
- 67 (2019), no 1
- 66 (2018), no 4
- 66 (2018), no 3: Corruption in Southeastern Europe and Latin America
- 66 (2018), no 2: Montenegro. Capitalist Transformation at the European Periphery
- 66 (2018), no 1: Urban Ethnography
- 65 (2017), no 4
- 65 (2017), no 3: Household Strategies in the Period of Economic Crisis
- 65 (2017), no 2: The Second World War in Historiography and Public Debate
- 65 (2017), no 1: Changes in the Narratives of Europeanization
- 64 (2016), no 4: Memories and Narratives of the 1999 NATO Bombing in Serbia
- 64 (2016), no 3: Living after the Fall. Contingent Biographies in Postsocialist Space
- 64 (2016), no 2: History's Debris.The Many Pasts in the Post-1989 Presents
- 64 (2016), no 1: Migration. Values, Networks, Wellbeing
- 63 (2015), no 4: New Economic Elites in Serbia
- 63 (2015), no 3: Environmentalism and Green Parties
- 63 (2015), no. 2: Hungary’s Path Toward an Illiberal System
- 63 (2015), no. 1: The Romanian Political System after 1989
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