Lessons of the Past

Wednesday, 29 March 2017, 2:30pm - 6:30pm, IWM library

Session 1: 14:30-15:30

“Only Kids in Cots? Massification and the Everyday Workings of Populations”
Leyla Safta-Zecheria (IWM Visiting Fellow; CEU, Budapest)
Discussant:
Ekaterina Borozdina (IWM Visiting Fellow; National Research Tomsk State University)

“Made in Germany: From Boycott to Acceptance”
Noa Swisa (IWM Visiting Fellow; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Discussant:
János Mátyás Kovác (IWM Permanent Fellow; Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest)

Session 2: 15:50-16:50

“Biosafety: Reconciling Economic, Environmental and Technological Anxieties”
Diego Silva (IWM Visiting Fellow; Graduate Institute, Geneva)
Discussant:
Sebastian Spitra (Faculty Member, Department for Legal and Constitutional History, University of Vienna)

“Natural Disaster: Historical Perspectives on the Development of International Law and Norms”
Lukas Schemper (IWM Visiting Fellow; Graduate Institute, Geneva)
Discussant:
Paul Hahnenkamp (Faculty Member, Department for Legal and Constitutional History, University of Vienna)

Session 4: 17:10-18:40

“Locally-Conditioned Effectiveness of the European Union as the Normative Power in Its Eastern Neighbourhood”
Marta Králiková (IWM Visiting Fellow; Comenius University, Bratislava)
Discussant:
Anton Shekhovtsov
(IWM Visiting Fellow, Ukraine in European Dialogue)

“‘Clouds’ of the Russian World(s): the Cases of Tatarstan, Adjara and Abkhazia”
Alexandra Yatsyk
(IWM Visiting Fellow; University of Uppsala, Sweden)
Discussant:
Ivan Krastev (IWM Permanent Fellow; Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia)

“Irrationality of Russia’s Policy: Reasons and Outcomes”
Yulia Zhuchkova (IWM Visiting Fellow; National Research Tomsk State University)
Discussant:
Ivan Krastev (IWM Permanent Fellow; Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia)

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