hps.cesee global book talks: "Gibson, Gabrijelčič & Duančić: Geography and Nationalist Visions of Interwar Yugoslavia" (April 9) and "Białowieża Forest: History and Memory" (April 16)

hps.cesee global book talks: "Gibson, Gabrijelčič & Duančić: Geography and Nationalist Visions of Interwar Yugoslavia" (April 9) and "Białowieża Forest: History and Memory" (April 16)

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Virtual platform HPS.CESEE: History of Science in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe
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09.04.2021 -
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Jan Surman, Prague

The virtual platform HPS.CESEE is proud to present two forthcoming global book discussions (both 17:00-19:00 CET / 18:00-20:00 MSK/ 11:00-13:00 EST), "Gibson, Gabrijelčič & Duančić: Geography and Nationalist Visions of Interwar Yugoslavia" (April 9) and "Białowieża Forest: History and Memory" (April 16)

hps.cesee global book talks: "Gibson, Gabrijelčič & Duančić: Geography and Nationalist Visions of Interwar Yugoslavia" (April 9) and "Białowieża Forest: History and Memory" (April 16)

The virtual platform HPS.CESEE is proud to present two forthcoming global book discussions (both 17:00-19:00 CET / 18:00-20:00 MSK/ 11:00-13:00 EST)

On 09:04: Catherine Gibson (Tartu) and Luka Lisjak Gabrijelčič (Ljubljana) will join Vedran Duančić (Zagreb) to comment on his recent book, Geography and Nationalist Visions of Interwar Yugoslavia (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2020), in a discussion moderated by Jan Surman: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/hpscesee-book-talk-vedran-duancic-geography-and-nationalist-visions-of-i-tickets-145550803371 

On 16.04: Jawad Daheur (Paris) will join with the authors of Białowieża Primeval Forest: Nature and Culture in the Nineteenth Century (Cham 2020) [1] as well as authors of Wisent-Wildnis und Welterbe. Geschichte des polnisch-weißrussischen Nationalparks von Bialowieza (Cologne 2017) [2], to discuss their recently published books, in a discussion moderated by Jan Surman (Prague): https://www.eventbrite.de/e/hpscesee-global-book-talk-biaowieza-forest-history-and-memory-tickets-145731485797  (discussion co-organised with CHORUS: Colloquium for the History of Russian Science)

[1] Anastasia Fedotova, Piotr Daszkiewicz, Ian D. Rotherham, Tomasz Samojlik: Białowieża Primeval Forest: Nature and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. Cham: Springer Nature 2020.
[2] Thomas M. Bohn, Aliaksandr Dalhouski, Markus Krzoska: Wisent-Wildnis und Welterbe. Geschichte des polnisch-weißrussischen Nationalparks von Bialowieza. Köln: Böhlau 2017.

Both events are free and open to the public. To receive the link please register.

Kontakt

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