6 noiembrie 2013

307.Bucureşti: Conferinţa Internaţională “The Status of Minorities in the Balkans, 1814-1914”, Bucureşti, 8-9 noiembrie 2013

În zilele de 8 şi 9 noiembrie 2013 se va desfăşura în Bucureşti Conferinţa Internaţională “The Status of Minorities in the Balkans, 1814-1914”.
Conferinţa este organizată de Institutul de Istorie “Nicolae Iorga” al Academiei Române şi Pasts, Inc., Center for Historical Studies, din cadrul Central European University din Budapesta, şi este finanţată dintr-un grant de cercetare al Consiliului Naţional al Cercetării Ştiinţifice (CNCS-UEFISCDI), proiect nr. PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0655.
Coordonatorii ştiinţifici ai conferinţei sunt Dr. Viorel Achim şi Prof. dr. Constantin Iordachi.
În cadrul conferinţei vor prezenta comunicări 15 cercetători din România, Grecia, Turcia, Ungaria, Israel, Franţa, Germania şi Rusia.
Locul de desfăşurare a conferinţei: Institutul de Istorie “Nicolae Iorga”, Bd. Aviatorilor 1, Sector 1, Bucureşti.
DA PAGINA PENTRU PROGRAM !


Programul Conferinţei este următorul:
C O N F E R E N C E P R O G R A M
FRIDAY, 8 NOVEMBER 2013
9.00-9.20:
Welcome and Introduction
Constantin Iordachi and Viorel Achim
9.20-10.50:
PANEL 1: Minorities and Nation- and State-Building in the Balkans (part 1)
• Chair: Ehud R. Toledano
Constantin Iordachi, Pasts, Inc., Center for Historical Studies, and Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
State-Building and Minorities in Post-Ottoman Balkans: A Comparative Overview
Nathalie Clayer, directrice de recherche au CNRS et directrice d’études à l’EHESS, Paris, France
The Status of Muslims in Post-Ottoman Balkan up to WWI: Between International, National, Regional and Local Affairs.
10.50-11.10: COFFE BREAK
11.10-12.30:
PANEL 1: Minorities and Nation- and State-Building in the Balkans (part 2)
• Chair: Elpia Volgi
Evangelos Kechriotis, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Between the Empire and the Nation-State: The Ottoman Greeks in the Long 19th Century
Dennis Dierks, Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena, Germany
The Transconfessional Dimensions of Serbian Nationalism in Bosnia before WWI
12.30-14.00: LUNCH
14.00-15.20:
PANEL 2: Greek Diaspora
• Chair: Eleonora Naxidou
Elpia Volgi, Thessaloniki University, Greece
Policies of the Greek State toward the Diaspora Greeks during the 19th Century up to WWI
Ştefan Petrescu, Bucharest, Romania
The Legal Status of the Greek Communities in Romania during the Nineteenth Century
15.20-15.40: COFFE BREAK
15.40-17.40:
PANEL 3: Slavery and Emancipation in the Ottoman Empire and the Romanian Principalities
• Chair: Constantin Iordachi
Ehud R. Toledano, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
The History of Ottoman Enslavement and the Discourse about It
Viorel Achim, Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Bucharest, Romania
Slavery and Emancipation in the Romanian Principalities in mid-19th Century
Raluca Tomi, Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Bucharest, Romania
Abolitionist Movement in the Romanian Principalities: Influences, Characteristics
18.00: DINNER
SATURDAY, 9 NOVEMBER 2013
9.00-11.00:
PANEL 4: Marginalized Citizens: the Gypsies
• Chair: Viorel Achim
İsmail Altınöz, Kahramanmaraş Sütçü Imam University, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey
The Status of the Gypsies in the Ottoman Empire, 19th Century
Dimitris T. Zachos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Roma Groups in (now) Greek State Territories (1814-1914): Status, Occupations and Education
Eleonora Naxidou, Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece
Unwanted Strangers, Marginalized Citizens in a Balkan Nation-State: The Case of the Gypsies in Bulgaria (1878-1919)
11.00-11.20: COFFE BREAK
11.20-13.20:
PANEL 5: Other Minority Groups
• Chair: Nathalie Clayer
Radu Tudorancea, Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Bucharest, Romania
A Sensitive Issue: The Aromanian (Vlach) Minority and the Greek-Romanian Relations (Late 19th Century-Early 20th Century)
Vladimir Bobrovnikov, Caucasus Center for the Study of Central Asia, the Caucasus and the Volga-Ural Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow, Russian Federation
Between Two Empires: Muslim Immigrants (muhajirun) from the Russian Caucasus to the Late Ottoman Balkans, in the Light of Ottoman and Russian Archival Sources
Cătălin Turliuc, A.D. Xenopol Institute of History, Iaşi, Romania
The Civil and Political Emancipation in Modern Romania
13.20-14.00:
CONCLUDING PANEL
• Chairs: Constantin Iordachi and Viorel Achim
14.00-15.30: LUNCH

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