New academic announcements from Sunday 21 February

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications: Lidia Zessin-Jurek, Katharina Friedla (red.) (2020) Syberiada Żydów polskich: losy uchodźców z zagłady discusses the ambiguous position of the Soviet Union towards Polish Jews during the Second World War. K. Čapková u.a. (Hrsg.) (2020): Zwischen Prag undContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 21 February”

Join us for the Ukrainian Studies Online Colloquium (virtual event)

On Monday 22 February (6-8pm CET) our co-organiser, Dr Olena Palko, will be speaking, and taking questions on the topic Counting souls, ascribing nationality: interpreting imperial and early Soviet nationalities statistics, as part of the Ukrainian Studies Online Colloquium (European University Viadrina/Prisma Ukraina) (Zoom event) If you’re interested in attending, please feel free to get inContinue reading “Join us for the Ukrainian Studies Online Colloquium (virtual event)”

Join us for the book presentation: ‘Yugoslavia in the British Imagination’ (2021)

On Wednesday 24 February (1-2pm GMT) our co-organiser, Dr Samuel Foster, will be speaking, and taking questions on his forthcoming book ‘Yugoslavia in the British Imagination‘ (Bloomsbury Academic, 2021), as part of the University of East Anglia’s Visiting Fellow Seminar Series. If you’re interested in attending, please feel free to get in touch via sgmh.basees@gmail.comContinue reading “Join us for the book presentation: ‘Yugoslavia in the British Imagination’ (2021)”

New academic announcements from Sunday 14 February

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications: Agnieszka Kościańska (2021) Gender, Pleasure, and Violence. The Construction of Expert Knowledge of Sexuality in Poland that traces the study of sexual human behavior as it was developed and professionalized in Poland since the 1960s and exploresContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 14 February”

New academic announcements from Sunday 7 February

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications: M. Dworczyk, R. Kuśnierz (2020). The Holodomor. Poland. Polish Victims 1932-1933 discusses the Polish angle of the famine in Ukraine. Oksana Kis (2021). Survival as Victory. Ukrainian Women in the Gulag offers the first anthropological study of dailyContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 7 February”

New academic announcements from Sunday 31 January

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications: Dorota Litwin-Lewandowska (2020) The Polish Reason of State in Austria. The Poles in the Political Life of Austria in the Period of the Dual Monarchy (1867–1918) describes the history of the Polish diaspora in the Habsburg monarchyContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 31 January”

New academic announcements from Sunday 24 January

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications: Jeffrey Koerber (2020), Borderland Generation: Soviet and Polish Jews Under Hitler – the book that breaks new ground in its exploration of the responses and actions of young Polish and Soviet Jews to the Holocaust. Rachel ManekinContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 24 January”

New academic announcements from Sunday 17 January

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information about the following new publications: Kamil Pietrasik (2020) Uchodźcy czeczeńscy w Polsce w latach 1994-2000 – the first book of its kind examining the Chechen emigration to Poland in 1994-2000. Patrice M. Dabrowski (2020) Reinforcing the border, reconfiguring identities: Polish initiatives in the CarpathiansContinue reading “New academic announcements from Sunday 17 January”

Weekly updates from our blog

Dear readers, welcome to our blog. Here, you can subscribe to receive weekly updates on the most recent publications and academic events relevant to the field of minority studies in the Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. If you wish for your event or most recent publication to feature in our blog, please get in touch onContinue reading “Weekly updates from our blog”