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[ 31.10.2014 ] - Atskats uz starptautisku konferenci "The collective identities of ethnic minorities in the national states of Eastern and Central Europe after 1991"

Šonedēļ norisinājās FSI sadarbībā ar Frīdriha Eberts Fondu rīkotā starptautiskā konference, kuru atklāja LU FSI direktore, profesore Maija Kūle. Konferencē ar runu piedalījās arī FSI pētnieks Vladislavs Volkovs. Ieskatu konferences programmā un norisē var iegūt ziņas izvērsumā.

 

 

International scientific conference
The collective identities of ethnic minorities in the national states of Eastern and Central Europe after 1991
 
Conference time and place:
 
Latvia, Riga, 2014, October, 29 -30.
Albert Hotel, Dzirnavu Str. 33.
 
Organizers: Institute of Philosophy and Sociology/University of Latvia and
Friedrich – Ebert – Stiftung
 
Head of scientific committee
Vladislav Volkov vladislavs.volkovs@inbox.lv
 
Timetable and program
October, 30th
10.00 – 10.30
Registration
 
10.30 – 11.00
Opening of the Conference
 
  • Professor Maija Kūle, Director of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology/University of Latvia
  • Professor Denis Hanov, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in the Baltic states
  • Dr. Senior researcher Vladislav Volkov, Head of Scientific Committee
 
11.00 – 13.00
Session 1.
 
 
Anastassia Zabrodskaja (Estonia)
Identity-related comments in online media: A research method to study negotiation of identities by Estonian Russian-speakers (provoked by Ukrainian crisis)
Denis Hanov (Latvia)
Ethnicity reframed? Nation redifined? The discourse on constitution preambel in contemporary Latvia.
 
Grigory Potashenko (Lithuania)
The collective identity of Russians in Lithuania (1990-2014) at the case of Ukrainian crisis
 
 
12.40 – 13.00
Discussion
 
13.00 – 13.15
Coffee break
 
13.15 – 15.15
Session 2.
 
Elena Filippova (Russian Federation)
Nation, multiculturalism and democracy
 
Arne Saeys (Belgium)
Post-multiculturalism in the city. Urban diversity policies after nationalism
 
Anna Kretschmer (Austria)
Myths and facts: the issues of cultural and linguistic identity of the east and
the southwest Slavs (in diachronic and synchronic aspects)
 
 
14.55 – 15.15
Discussion
 
15.15 – 15.30
Coffee break
 
15.30 – 17.00
Session 3.
 
Attila Papp (Hungary)
Hungarian sociological discources about Hungarian minority in Eastern European countries after 1989
 
Timofey Agarin (Great Britain)
Western academia on Russian minorities in Baltic countries
 
Vladislav Volkov (Latvia)
Identities of ethnic minorities in Latvia: modern scientific discource
 
16.40 – 17.00
Discussion
 

 

 

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    Aktualizēts: 10.11.2014