Borders and Administrative legacy

Ljubljana, 24. – 26.11.2016

Jezik: angleški
Vrsta gradiva: Video
Leto: 2016
Založnik(i): Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino, Ljubljana, Oddelek za zgodovino Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
Soavtor(ji): Marko Zajc, Jernej Kosi, Zdenko Čepič, Neja Blaj Hribar
Posamezni prispevki:
  • Damijan Guštin / Kaja Širok: Opening remarks
  • Marko Zajc: Phantom and Possessed borders
  • Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly: About the Agency of Borders
  • Irina Marin: Rural Social Combustibility along the Complex Frontier between Austria-Hungary, Tsarist Russia and the Fledgling Balkan States (Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia) – 1880-1914
  • Harrison King: Engineering Ethnic Homelands: (Post-) Soviet Nation-Building and the Afterlives of Bolshevik Borders in the South Caucasus
  • Discussion 1
  • Hrvoje Čapo: Mapping the legacy: tracing the Croatian Military Frontier through criminal behaviour data, 1900-1910
  • Bojana D. Savić: Who is Willing to Compromise? Muslims, Serbs and the Frontier in the Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire
  • Machteld Venken: Presentation of the edited volume Borderland Studies Meets Child Studies A European Encounter (Frankfurt am M., Peter Lang Verlag, 2017)
  • Discussion 2
  • Filip Čuček: Regulation of the Styrian-Croatian border on the river Drava in the 18th and early 19th Century
  • Stipica Grgić: Accepting the Border, Choosing the Border: Štrigova and Razkrižje Microregion 1910-1953
  • Aleš Gabrič: Border Changing Between Slovenia and Croatia near Gradin in post-WWII period
  • Ekaterina Mizrokhi: Securitizing Berlin: The Legacy of the Iron Curtain
  • Discussion 3
  • Bernhard Struck: Travels in Lotharingia OR What if…Napoleon had spoken Esperanto? A spatial, long-term analysis of the inner Empire and its legacies (including: zinc, code, and a small (very small) territory)
  • Catherine Gibson: Mapping the ‘Phantom Borders’ of the Northern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1914-1920
  • Lili Zách: The significance of Central European border settlements in the work of the North-Eastern Boundary Bureau and the Boundary Commission in Ireland before 1925
  • Shay Rozen: Israeli-Syrian border – the Baha’i’s aspect
  • Magnus Halsnes: Consequences and legacies of the desert borders of Jordan, 1921–1965
  • Diskusija 4
  • Drago Kladnik / Matija Zorn: Border Rivers as a Global Feature
  • Mateja Breg Valjavec / Rok Ciglič / Matija Zorn: Changing River Courses as Natural Geographical Delimiting Factors in Administrative Demarcation
  • Ramya Swayamprakash: Drawing a Line on Water: The Administrative Legacy of the Detroit River Border
  • Matjaž Geršič: Rivers as Borders in People’s Consciousness
  • Discussion 5
  • Vanni D’Alessio: Names, Legacies, Borders and Representations of Rijeka and the Upper Adriatic
  • Scott Moore: An Emperor by a Different Name: Patriotic Celebrations in Imperial and Republican Austria
  • Discussion 6
  • Alexandru Lesanu: Transnistrian (Il)licit Flows: How an Unrecognized State Copes with the Global Economy
  • Petar Bagarić: Phantom Borders in Croatia: The Case Study of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
  • Jasper Klomp: Administrative Legacy and the Politics of Memory in the Third Polish Republic: The Case of the Oder-Neisse Line
  • Discussion 7
  • Nataša Sardžoska: From Dissolving Borders towards Liminal Boundaries: Ontological Uncertainty in the Border-Art-Work of Expatriated former-Yugoslavian Artists
  • Discussion 8