Constructing Social Space: Drawing Boundaries, Imagining Histories, Producing Knowledge (Region, Nation and Empire)
Curriculum of the Summer Session Activities
2 July 2006 – 22 July 2006
Identity, Time and Space in Anthropological Theory.
- Cultural Time and Space in Specific Places: Fluidity and Materiality
- Anti-Essentialist Critique of Cultural Identity: Cross-Theoretical Perspectives
- How Identity Matters: Politics and Political Action
Mark von HAGEN
- Politics and History of Borderlands and Region
- Borderlands at War
- Borderland People
Mental Geographies: East, West, and Center
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Christendoms East and West
- States and Nations
- Nations and Cultures
From Father’s Land to Fatherland, from Cocks to O’Clocks: Spatial and Temporal Imagination in Post-Traditional East European Societies, 1848-1948.
- Rus, one and invisible
- World of Jewish Shtetle
- From father’s land to Fatherland: poetic imagination and public sphere
Continuity and Contingency in L’viv’s History
Humanity in the Microscale, or Region within Region: Galicia in the Habsburg Monarchy
- Regions, big and small: why do we need them?
- Unity above conflicts: Modernisation and public sphere.
- Unity through conflicts: The theatre of the ethnic conflict in Galicia and in Habsburg Monarchy.
- Galicia within the Habsburg cultural realm
On the Significance and Insignificance of the Space and Borders: Sociological Perspective
- Territory as Cultural and Political Value
- Rooting in the Place, Rooting in Memory
- National and Local Identification in Border Areas
Regional, National and Imperial Paradigms: Mutual Challenges
- Imagined Geography: Russia and Central Europe
- Mental Maps of a Historian
- Imperial and National Narratives in Historical Scholarship
Poststructuralist Social Theory and New Academic Projects: the Case of Cultural Studies.
Seminars/Roundtables (Andriy Zayarnyuk, Ostap Sereda):
- Nation and Region in University Curricula: Experience of Seminar Participants.
- Developing the Concept and Debating the Content of the Project’s Webpage
- National Framework and New Identity Politics
- Correlation between Constructivist Theory and Empirical Cases in University Undergraduate Teaching
- Symbolic Language of Lviv Downtown (Yaroslav Hrytsak)
- Structuring Local Space: Slavske and Surroundings (Andriy Zayarnyuk, Ostap Sereda)
- Towns and Villages of Galicia: Drohobych, Truskavets, Nahuievychi (Andriy Zayarnyuk, Ostap Sereda)