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CAS Advanced Academia Fellows for 2018/2019

15 November 2017

International Module
Summer Semester (March - July 2018)
 
  • Matthias Duller (Department of Sociology, University of Graz, Austria): Tradition and Dissidence in East European Social Science: A Study in Oral History (March - June 2018)
  • Wiktor Marzec (no permanent affiliation): Places of Labor. Workers, Welfare and the Political in Interwar Poland. Historical semantics ofparliamentary debates in comparative perspective (March - May 2018)
  • Kristina Nikolovska (no permanent affiliation, Macedonia): Churchmen on the Move: Migrations of South Slavic Orthodox Clergy during the Era of Ottoman Rule (1400-1650) (March - July 2018)
  • Anton Symkovych (University of Johannesburg, South Africa): The Post-Soviet Prisoner Society and Its Normative System: Power, Legitimacy, and Synamics of the Ukrainian Prisoner Self-organisation (March - July 2018)
  • Theodora Dragostinova (Ohio University, USA): The Cold War from the Margins: Bulgarian Culture and the Global 1970s (May - July 2018)

Winter Semester (October 2018 - February 2019)

  • Geoffrey Roberts (University College Cork, National University of Ireland, Ireland): Stalin’s Peacemakers: A Transnational History of the World Peace Movement, 1948-1968 (October 2018 - February 2019)
  • Oleksandr Polianichev (no permanent affiliation, Ukraine):  Engaging with the Empire: Colonial Uncertainties and the Imperial Rule in the NorthWest Caucasus, 1792-1870s (October 2018 - February 2019)
  • Avishek Ray (National Institute of Technology, India): The Vicissitude of Orientalism: On the Myth(ification) of the Indian Origin of the Romani (December 2018 - January 2019)
  • Ivan Simic (University of Calgary, Canada): Communist Gender Policies towards Muslim Minorities in Eastern Europe: From Unveiling to Expulsion (October 2018 - February 2019)
Bulgarian Module
Summer Semester (March - July 2018)
 
  • Katherina Kokinova (no permanent affiliation, Sofia): Politics of (Un)Reading
  • Alexander Panayotov (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark): Jews and Samaritans in Early Byzantium
  • Neda Deneva (Babes Bolyai University, Department of Sociology and School of Public Health, Romania): Return Migration of Health Professionals and the Transformation of Medical Practice in the Field of Maternal and Child Health in Bulgaria
  • Ina Merdjanova (Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland): The Kurdish Women’s Movement and the Struggle for Peace in Turkey
  • Krasimir Terziev (independent scholar and artist) - The De-formation of the Photographic Image in the Post-media Condition
Winter Semester (October 2017 - February 2018)
 
  • Stefan Detchev (South-West University, Blagoevgrad): Nikolai Genchev (1931-2000) – Between Nationalism and Liberalism, Between Power and Dissidence, Pseudoscience and Science
  • Nikola Venkov (Municipal Foundation “Plovdiv 2019”, Plovdiv): Conviviality or Politics of Urban Coexistence? A Study on Exclusion and Solidarity at a Site of Diversity in the East-European City
  • Anastasia Cholakova (National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Classical Archaeology, Sofia): Reconstructing the Social Context of Technology: Integrated Perspectiveson Centralized Metal Production in Late Antiquity
  • Yani Kirov (no permanent affiliation, Sofia): Law and Causality in the Southeast
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