New workshops of the ‘Mapping Crisis’ project

After the winter break, the project “Mapping Crisis Discourses in East Central Europe, 1918-2020” continues with its series of workshops where the project participants showcased the initial findings of their studies on their research topics.

January 28, 2022

Liisi Keedus (Tallinn University) and Johannes Bent (Tallinn University): “Encounters with “German Crisis Literature”. Hungarian and Romanian Reviews of Oswald Spengler’s The Decline of the West.

Balázs Trencsényi (Central European University): Framing the Crisis of Capitalism – National Asymmetries and Transnational Connectivities in Interwar Europe

April 8, 2022

Tjaša Konovšek (Institute for Contemporary History, Ljubljana): Crisis as Political Critique: Slovenia, Post-Communism, and the Conservative Turn.

Julius Horvath (Central European University): Differences in Czech and Slovak Responses to Economic Crisis in Former Czechoslovakia.

Mapping Crisis: Project Workshops

A series of online workshops organized as a part of the Mapping Crisis project, where members present the initial findings of their research.

June 11, 2021

Suzana Vuljević (Columbia University): “Order Amid Chaos: The Crisis of Spirit and Pan-Balkan Solutions”

Olga Byrska (EUI): “Crisis and revolution. The case of Jerzy Borejsza”

October 8, 2021

Lucija Balikić (CEU): “Discourses of crisis of the national body in youth organizations of interwar Hungary and Yugoslavia (1930–1944)”

Isidora Grubački (CEU): “Feminist discourses on political crisis in Yugoslavia in the 1920s”

November 5, 2021

Martin Babička (University of Oxford): “Sulphurous Atmosphere: Ecological and moral crisis around 1989”
Una Blagojević (CEU): “The Cunning of Crisis and the Yugoslav Marxist Humanists”