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CAS Advanced Academia Fellows for 2016/2017

International Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2016)
  • Ana Antic (University of London): Re-Education by Psychoanalysis: Therapeutic Communism in Central and Eastern Europe (June – July 2016)
  • Jan Zofka (University of Leipzig): A Transnational History of Socialist Industrialisation – the Bulgarian “Economic Leap” (1956/58-1960) (April – July 2016)
  • Hili Razinsky (University of Haifa): Subjects and Their Interactions (March – July 2016)
  • Iurii Zazuliak, Gerda-Henkel Fellow (Institute of Ukrainian Studies): Landscape, Law and Memory: Forging the Local Tradition and the Perambulations of Estates' Boundaries in the Kingdom of Poland during the 15th and 16th centuries. (March – July 2016)

Winter Semester (October 2016 – February 2017)

  • Pantelis Charalampakis (no permanent affiliation): The social, Fiscal and Administrative Status of the Slavic Communities within the Byzantine Empire. A Comparison between the “archontiai” of the Balkans and the “andrapoda” of Asia Minor (October 2016 – February 2017)
  • Toni Veneri (University of Trieste): Framing the Edges of Europe: Turns in Cartographical Regionalization (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Tom Junes (Human and Social Studies Foundation): Student Protest in Bulgaria Revisited: The University Occupation Strikes and the Anti-government Rallies of 2013-2014 (October 2016 – February 2017)
  • Sarolta Klenjanskys (no permanent affiliation): Cities against the Iron Curtain? Cooperation of Hungarian towns and departments with their Western counterparts in the Cold War, from 1956 to 1989 (October 2016 – February 2017)
  • Zafar Najmaddinov, Gerda-Henkel Fellow (Namangan School with the Advanced Study of History, Uzbekistan): Juridical Works of Hanafi School: A Critical Study as a Source of Socio-political History of Central Asia (October 2016 – February 2017)

Bulgarian Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2016)
  • Ani Assenov (Sofia university): Creative Change ( The Social History of a New Literary Writing, 1989 – 2014)
  • Veronika Dimitrova (Sofia University): The “Homeless” and Co-operative Development: Economic Aspects of the Housing Policies in Sofia in the Interwar Period
  • Elitza Stanoeva (Sofia University): “1,300
    Years Bulgaria” and “750 Years Berlin”: Comparing National and
    International Objectives in Late-Socialist Anniversary Celebrations
  • Irina Genova (New Bulgaria University): The look from Bulgaria at Art Beyond the Iron Curtain during the 1960’s. An After-History of Art
  • Dimitar Vatsov (New Bulgarian University): What Do We Do When We Say “This Is the Truth!”?
Winter Semester (October 2016 – February 2017)
  • Nadezhda Alexandrova (Sofia University): Love and Violence: Literary Transmissions of the Image of the Janissaries among the non-Muslim Communities across the Ottoman Empire in the 19th c.
  • Maria Baramova (Sofia University): Armistice vs. Pax Perpetua: Habsburg-Ottoman Peace Treaties and their Interpretation, 16th-18th Century
  • Elitsa Stoilova (Plovdiv University): Tradition and Innovation: Valorizing the Authentic Food
  • Martin Valkov: (National Museum of Military History): Victors’ Justice or a Travesty of Justice: The Prosecution of War Crimes in Bulgaria after the First World War