Meeting ID: 983 3715 5217
This academic year has not been as any other: the ongoing Russian aggression against Ukraine concerns us also as scholars and students of nationalism. In this panel discussion, we want to reflect on how we deal with the ongoing war, and its implications in our courses. It is not the purpose of academic studies to follow the daily political agenda, but also, we are part of a community, which is deeply affected by this war. Therefore, we want to reflect in this forum whether and how the literatures that we discuss in our courses contribute to a better understanding of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, and the implications of this war for Europe.
Professor Daniel Bochsler is an Associate Professor in Nationalism Studies and at the Political Science Department at Central European University, and a full Professor of Political Science at the University of Belgrade.
Dr. Ana Mijić is a sociologist at the University of Vienna and teaches Nationalism Studies at CEU. As a scholar, she has published extensively on the consequences of wars on societies, victimhood, and (national) identities. She holds a PhD from the University of Vienna, and a MA degree from the University of Tübingen.
Liliia Sablina is currently conducting a research project on the Russian-speaking community in Germany, their links to the Far Right, and their reaction to the Russian-Ukrainian war. This is also the subject of her most eminent publications. She holds a MA degree from CEU and a BA degree from the Higher School of Economics (St. Petersburg).
Yelizaveta Zolotarova is a MA student in Nationalism Studies at CEU. She holds a MA degree in Turkish Language and Literature from National Taurida University in Ukraine, and a BA in International Relations from Hacettepe University in Ankara. She is currently collaborating in Dr. Mijic's research team in a project related to forced migration.