Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Seminar Series:

Balkan Circle

The Balkan Circle is a weekly seminar where lectures, presentations, exhibits, or open interactive dialogues will focus on any (and all) aspects of historical, political, economic, social and cultural phenomena in the (so-called) Balkans. The seminar is free and open to the public and will be held every Friday from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm online.

Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link. The RSVP links are specific to each talk, which you can find on our events page or by clicking the name of the speaker below.

 

September 4   

Dimitar Bechev

Rival Power: Russia's Challenge to the West in the Balkans

 

September 11

Ruslan Trad

Under the Radar: Hezbollah on the Balkans

 

September 18

Vladislav Beronja

Fragments of Utopia: Imaginary Archives in Dubravka Ugrešić’s Fiction

 

September 25

Jeremy Kasper

Kosovo: U.S. Bureaucracies Adaptation to Conduct Post-Combat Operations in a Dynamic Multi-National Environment

 

October 2

Maša Kolanović

New Moral and Affective Economy of Capitalism on the Ruins of Yugoslav Socialism: Three Cultural Patterns

 

October 9

Stefka Kuneva

Residential -Defensive Towers in the Balkans from the Ottoman Era

 

October 16

Michael Kiel

Report from internship at the Balkan Civil Society Development Network in Skopje

 

October 23

Charalampos Minasidis

"Come See Swords and Yatagans / and Quite a Few Bulgarian Heads": Contrsucting a Greek anti-Bulgarian Culture of War during the War Decade of 1912-22

 

October 30

Milena Ðorđević-Kisačanin

TBD

 

November 6

Jasmin Mujanovic

De Facto End of European Enlargement in the WB and the Effects of that on Regional and Continental Politics

 

November 13

Nita Luci

TBD

 

November 20

Sunnie Rucker-Chang

TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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