Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe

Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe

Instytut Socjologii, Ośrodek Kultury Francuskiej oraz Instytut Studiów Społecznych im. Profesora Roberta Zajonca zapraszają na konferencję międzynarodową „Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe” w dniach 6-7 kwietnia 2020, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie.

The Institute of Sociology, Centre de Civilisation Francaise et d’Etudes Francophones aupres de l`Universite de Varsovie and the Professor Robert Zajonc Institute of Social Studies invite you to participate in the International Conference „Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe”, April 6-7, 2020, University of Warsaw Library.

 

 

Attendees

 
 behrValentin Behr
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“Europe” in the Eyes of Polish Conservative Intellectuals
 Paul Blokker
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Symbolization in Constitutional Politics
 Elżbieta Hałas
biography: pdf

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Time of Transformation in Poland and Semiosis of History  
 Ulf Hedetoft
biography: pdf

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The Crowned Eagle and the Mythical Turul: Populism and the symbolization of national identity in Poland and Hungary. History, politics, religion
 Dick Houtman
biography: pdf

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Moral Traditionalism and Authoritarianism in Post-Communist Europe: Converging Cultural Value Divides?  
 Luba Jurgenson
biography: pdf

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Policies of symbolization through museums, monuments, memorials in Central and Eastern Europe
 Hubert Knoblauch
biography: pdf

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Urbi et orbi: Pope Benedict’s visit to Berlin as communicative event  
 Nicolas Maslowski
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The Symbols of the Dissent in Central European Politics since 1989
 Jakub Motrenko
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From Social Theory to the Politics of Symbolization and Back: The Polish Right and the Sociological Interpretation of the Solidarity Social Movement in the 21st Century  
 Laure Neumayer
biography: pdf

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A common historical narrative for Central Europe? Reappraising Communism in European institutions
 Joanna Nowicki
biography: pdf

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Controversies over Symbolism of Reconciliation and Forgiveness: The Polish Case  
 Tomasz Rawski
biography: pdf

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From state to nation. Symbolizations of National Independence Day in post-1989 Poland  
 Peeter Selg
biography: pdf

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No elegant solutions for wicked problems: a relational approach to politics of symbolization
 Aleksandra Zamarajewa
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„Community of loss”: symbol of “the Nineties” and its role in political discourse in Russia  
 Tomasz Zarycki
biography: pdf

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Field of power and mechanics of semiosis: political, economic and cultural aspects of redefinition of the symbolic cleavages in post-communist Poland?
Rok Zupančić, Faris Kočan
biography: pdf

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Credits for what? The European Union as &a contested symbol in Bosnia-Herzegovina