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CAS Advanced Academia Fellows 2015/2016

International Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2015)
  • Anastasia Karakasidou (Wellesley College, Department of Anthropology): Ignoring national borders: Cancer in the Balkans (March – April 2015 )
  • Cristian Cercel (no permanent affiliation): The Memory of the Deportation of Romanian Germans to the Soviet Union between the Local, the National, and the Transnational Levels (March – July 2015)
  • Dimitrios Gkintidis (no permanent affiliation): On Moral Politics in Contemporary Greece (March – July 2015)

Winter Semester (October 2015 – February 2016)

  • Yannis Kallianos (Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC), University of Manchester): Infrastructures, Social Justice and Legitimacy: An analysis of the crisis of political legitimacy in Greece based on a study of contested public infrastructures 2010-2014 (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Jonathan Wright (Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University): Religious Exile and its Cultural Consequences in Reformation and Post-Reformation Europe (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Raluca Golesteanu (Institute of History `Tadeusz Manteuffel` within Polish Academy of Sciences): Imagining the Periphery: the Small Jewish Town in the Eyes of Max Blecher (Romania) and Bruno Schulz (Poland) (October 2015 – December 2015)
  • Ted Toadvine (University of Oregon): Deep Past, Deep Future: Anachronicity in the Anthropocene (October 2015 – December 2015)

Bulgarian Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2015)
  • Dimitrina Popova (no permanent affiliation): Vernacular Urban Design Networks in the Post-Socialist Public Spaces between the Prefabricated Concrete Apartment Buildings in Sofia (March – July 2015)
  • Elka Dimitrova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): The Marginal Intellectual (March – July 2015)
  • Konstantin Golev (Sofia University): Witch-hunt in the Court of the Great Khan (Magic, Superstition and Their Political Usage in the Mongol Empire During the 13th Century) (March – July 2015)

Winter Semester (October 2015 – February 2016)

  • Alexander Kanev (Sofia University): Human Understanding: Finitude, Incommensurability, and Plurality (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Maria Kalinova (Sofia University): Logic of Dissent and Bulgarian Revival Correspondence from the 30s and 40s of the 19th Century (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Moris Fadel (New Bulgarian University): The Success Story of Communist Literature: the Spy Novel (October 2015 – February 2016)