In light of the significance of this memory dimension to the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, the virtual roundtable will address not only the relevance of memory politics in leading up to the war, but also the further challenges the war is likely to pose for memory politics in the future. We would like to explore this with regard to the immediate context of Russian-Ukrainian relations, but also with regard to repercussions in other European regions (e.g. Western Balkans), as well as more general implications at the international level.
Maria Malksoo, University of Copenhagen
Tatiana Zhurzhenko, Centre for East European and International Studies Berlin
Alexander Etkind, European University Institute
Florian Bieber, University of Graz
Tchavdar Marinov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Thomas Fetzer, Central European University
Moderator: Ivan Nikolovski, Central European University
Ever wondered what happens in a classroom at the IR department? Here is a recording of an open lecture on Economic nationalism and the COVID-19 crisis (October 27, 2021)
April 5, 2018 Economic Nationalism and Open Society in East-Central Europe: Recent Trends -A Seminar in the President's Seminar series, part of the “Rethinking Open Society” project
Remarks by Bela Greskovits University Professor, Department of International Relations, Department of Political Science, CEU.
CEU's Rethinking Open Society project brings leading thinkers to CEU to examine open society, its history, its achievements and failures and its future prospects in a world where its ideals are under threat.
A public lecture by H.E. David B. Cornstein, Ambassador of the United States of America to Hungary, on the American Dream under President Trump, that took place at Central European University (October 10, 2018 - Budapest).
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