SUMMER SESSION, 2-18 July, 2007
July 2 (Monday)
Participants’ arrival to Lviv (hotel Dnister, Mateyka 6).
19:00 Welcome dinner (restaurant Staryi Tyflis, Pekarska 28).
July 3 (Tuesday)
10:30 Transfer to Slavske (bus departs from the hotel Dnister).
15:00 Lunch (thereafter – hotel Perlyna Karpat).
16:00 Opening session. Updates and announcements.
17:00 Meetings in Research Groups “Empires and Nations: Identities, Loyalties, Borders”; “History, Memory and Method”.
18:00 Meetings in Research Groups “Religion: Experience, Institutions, Culture”; “Time and Space in Urban Context”.
July 4 (Wednesday)
10:00 John-Paul Himka, What Kind of 'Memories' Appeared after 1989 and Why?
16:00 Viktoria Sereda, History, Memory and Identity: Sociological Perspective.
18:00 Natalia Dmytryshyn, Olga Linkiewicz, Take a Walk Down Memory Lane. Memoirs and Interviews as a Way of Revealing Past Experience.
July 5 (Thursday)
10:00 Maciej Janowski, Debates on Historical Memory in Contemporary Poland.
16:00 Yuriy Zazulyak, Oral Memory, Land Disputes and Noble Community in Late
17:00 Yaroslav Hlystiuk, Lviv Greek Catholic Priest Seminary (1848-1914) in the
Memory of Galician Clergy.
18:00 Olena Panych, Constructing the Image of a Christian Martyr in the Memoirs of
the Evangelic Christian Baptists.
July 6 (Friday)
10:00 Alexey Miller, Dualism of Identities in Ukraine.
16:00 Andriy Zayarnyuk, Culture, Difference and History (class 1).
18:00 Svitlana Khutka, Ideas of Social Time in Sociology of Alfred Schutz and Ethnic
July 7 (Saturday)
10:00 John-Paul Himka, East Central European Migration to North America.
15:00 Free time. Ivana Kupala Festivities.
July 8 (Sunday)
10:00 Free time.
15:00 Visualized Memories: Documentary Films from OSA (Maria Falina).
17:00 Meetings of Research Groups “Empires and Nations: Identities, Loyalties,
Borders”; “History, Memory and Method”.
18:00 Meetings of Research Groups “Religion: Experience, Institutions, Culture”;
“Time and Space in Urban Context”.
July 9 (Monday)
10:00 Yaroslav Hrytsak, Patterns and Ambivalence of Remembrance: post-Soviet
Ukrainein Comparative Perspective.
16:00 Viktoria Sereda, Urban Landscapes and Local Memories.
18:00 Oksana Mikheeva, Monument and Memory: Production of Spatial Practices in Donetsk.
July 10 (Tuesday)
10:00 Andriy Zayarnyuk, Culture, Difference and History (class 2).
16:00 Tatyana Voronich, Urban Civilization: Problems and Perspectives of
17:00 Roman Kunytsky, History of Everyday Life (Lviv, 1890-1914).
18:00 Maria Mayerchyk, From Mono – to Multi-Dimensional Femininity:
Contemporary Gender Identities in Ukraine.
July 11 (Wednesday)
10:00 Yaroslav Hrytsak, Nomen est Omen: Towards Construction of Historical
16:00 Maria Falina, Nationalization of Religion, Sacralization of Nation in the Interwar
Period in East Central Europe.
17:00 Michal Moch, Nations, Nationalism and Politicization of Religions in South-
Eastern Europe and the Middle East between 19th and 21st Centuries.
18:00 Discussion on First Feedback.
July 12 (Thursday)
10:00 Maciej Janowski, Individual Poles and Their Collectivistic Ideologies.
16:00 Ostap Sereda, Inventing National Tradition: Cossackophilism in 19th-Century
18:00 Individual Consultations.
July 13 (Friday)
10:00 Roundtable “Politics of Memory in Contemporary Ukraine”.
16:00 Maciej Janowski, German Discussions about the Nature of History in the 19th
18:00 Angela Lisnic, Historical Time and Mentality Types: Methodological Problems.
July 14 (Saturday)
10:00 Alexey Miller, Projects for Nation-Building in Contemporary Russia.
16:00 Victor Taki, Between the First and the Third Worlds: Colonial Aspects in Russian History.
17:00 Elena Matusevich, Belarus as a Borderland.
18:00 Andrei Cusco, (Re)Inscribing Bessarabia into the Soviet Space: Imperial and
Soviet Rituals and Discourses of Symbolic Inclusion.
July 15 (Sunday)
Fieldwork: Tracing Local Places of Memory (Skeli Dovbusha)
July 16 (Monday)
10:00 John-Paul Himka, Alexei Miller, Jews under Russian and Austrian Empires.
16:00 Ostap Sereda, Imperial and National Cultural Politics: Opera Theaters in 19th-
Century Kyiv .
18:00 Polina Barvinska, National Minorities under the Changing Political Regimes.
July 17 (Tuesday)
10:00 Final Feedback and Future Planning with Project Faculty and Participants.
13:00 Transfer to Lviv.
19:00 Farewell Dinner (Khmilnyi Dim Roberta Domsa, Kleparivska 18).
July 18 (Wednesday)