Digital Storytelling and Research Dissemination in Eastern Europe and Black Sea Region

Event: Workshop

Location: NEC conference hall & Zoom

12 October 2022, 10.00-18.00 (Bucharest time)

Convener: Oleksii CHEBOTAROV, NEC Alumnus, SNSF Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Eastern European History, University of Vienna

Discussants: Leonid KLIMOV (Dekoder, Berlin), Taras NAZARUK (Center for Urban History, Lviv)

Participants: Martin-Oleksandr KISLY, Tomasz KOSIEK, Bogdan MATEESCU, Silvana RACHIERU, Tatiana VAGRAMENKO, Tiberiu VASILESCU

The workshop presents the results of the GCE-HSG Research Dissemination Grant Program “Borderland Studies in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region.” The digital projects to be presented at the workshop engage with interdisciplinary studies on borderlands. The workshop will cover a broad set of issues on methods, opportunities, and challenges of digital storytelling about physical, symbolic, and imaginary borders.

 

Program

10.00 – 10.30 Introduction

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30

Tiberiu VASILESCU (Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Romanian Academy)
(In)Visible Ottoman Heritage in Dobruja: Mapping Muslim Traces in a Borderland Region
ottomans.ro

Tomasz KOSIEK (University of Rzeszow), Ignacy Jóźwiak (University of Warsaw)
Broadcasting from the Forgotten European Borderlands: Carpathian Watershed in the Polyphony of Voices

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch break

14.00 – 15.30

Tatiana VAGRAMENKO (University College Cork), Bojan Mijatovic (Sarajevo Graphic Group)
Digital VR Exhibition “The Underground: Lived Religion on the Margins of State and Society
hiddengalleries.eu

Silvana RACHIERU (University of Bucharest)
ADAKALE (Hi)STORies – Framing the Lost Paradise and Archiving the Memory of an Island
adakalelibrary.net

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break

16.00 – 17.30

Bogdan MATEESCU (Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Romanian Academy)
A world in a Census. Family, Household and Rural Society in 1838
1838.ro/home; demist.iini.ro/en

Martin-Oleksandr KISLY (Kyiv-Mohyla Academy)
Crossing Physical and Imaginary Border: Crimean Tatar’s Return Home

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This workshop is supported by the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe at the University of St. Gallen and New Europe College.