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    Entangled Transitions: Between Eastern and Southern Europe, 1960s-2014

    08/12/2014 | 15:00 - 09/12/2014 | 17:00

    Monday 8 December 2014

    REGISTRATION @ Irish College, Janseniusstraat 1 (Leuven) (2:30pm)

    Welcome (3pm)

    Introductory Remarks (3.10pm – 3:45pm)

    Conceptualizing South-East Connections, Encounters and Transfers

    (James Mark, José Faraldo, Kim Christiaens)

    Session I. Discovery & Entanglement (3:45pm – 5:15pm)

    Chair: Idesbald Goddeeris (Leuven University)

    From Enemies to Allies? The Carnation Revolution and Czechoslovakia

    (Pavel Szobi, Cologne University)

    A Spanish Future? : From Anti-Fascist Inspiration to Future Model – Imagining the Future of Socialism and Transition in Hungary 1970s-1990s

    (James Mark, University of Exeter)

    The Mediterranean and the Eastern Bloc During Détente

    (Antonio Varsori, Padua University)


    (5.30pm – 6.30pm)

    Remembering Dictatorship: Eastern and Southern Europe Compared

    (Stefan Troebst, Leipzig University)

    Conference Dinner (7.30pm)


    Entangled Transitions: Between Eastern and Southern Europe, 1960s-2014 8 – 10 December 2014

    Leuven, Belgium

    Tuesday 9 December 2014

    Session II. Discovery & Entanglement II (9:15am – 10:15am)

    Chair: Víctor Fernández Soriano (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

    Illusion of Common Goals?! The Debate About the Support From Communist Countries Among the Left Opponents of the Greek Dictatorship

    (Janis Nalbadidacis, Humboldt University Berlin)

    Leftist Fascists, Rightist Communists: The Case of Spanish Fascists Confronted with Third World Communism and Reformists in Eastern Europe

    (Miguel Ángel Ruiz Carnicer, Zaragoza University)

    Session III : Making Sense of the End of State Socialism: The Southern European Perspective (10:30am – 12pm)

    Chair: José Faraldo (Complutense)

    East European Exiles Through a Greek Lens: The “Polish Crisis” and its Aftermath in the Films of Christoforos Christofis and Costa-Gavras

    (Kris Van Heuckelom, Leuven University)

    The Breakup of Yugoslavia in Catalan and Spanish Discourses of Collective Identity

    (Teresa Pinheiro, Chemnitz University)

    From Emergency to Democratization: the Italian Solidarity Movement and the Yugoslavian Crisis

    (Marzia Bona, Bologna University)

    Session IV: Crossing Borders, Defining Identities and Practices (1:30pm – 3pm)

    Chair: Kim Christiaens (Leuven University)

    1970s Generations of the Left and the Shifting Narratives about Transition in Greece and Eastern Europe

    (Nikolaos Papadogiannis, Humboldt University Berlin)

    Living (near) the Border. Politics, Discourses, Everyday Life and Memory about the Southern Bulgarian Border

    (Ana Luleva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

    Shifting Peripheries: Coastal Over-Development from Spain to Bulgaria

    (Max Holleran, New York University)


    Entangled Transitions: Between Eastern and Southern Europe, 1960s-2014 8 – 10 December 2014

    Leuven, Belgium

    Session V: Transitional Justice and Dealing with the Legacy of Dictatorship (3:30pm – 5pm)

    Chair: Sam De Schutter (Leuven University)

    Francoist Spain in the Middle of the 1970s and Communist Poland in the Late 1980s: A Transnational Perspective

    (Dominik Trutkowski, Humboldt University Berlin)

    Entangled Semantics and Argumentations of Polish Ways of Dealing with the Communist Past After 1989

    (Paulina Gulińska-Jurgiel, Halle University)

    Confronting the Past in ‘Transitions Through Collapse’. Comparing Southern and Central European Experiences

    (António Costa Pinto and Filipa Raimundo, University of Lisbon/ Institute of Social Sciences)

    Wednesday 10 December 2014

    Session VII: Entangled Afterlives of Transition (9am – 10:30am)

    Chair: Berber Bevernage (Ghent University)

    Southern European and Eastern European Transitions in Public Debates in Western Europe During the 1990s

    (Guido Franzinetti, University of Eastern Piedmont)

    Modernization as a Catch-all Ideology in Hungary and Spain

    (Nicolás Sesma, University of Zaragoza)

    Bringing up Political Conditionality. The European Community in front of Southern and Eastern Transitions

    (Víctor Fernández Soriano, Université Libre de Bruxelles)

    Session VIII: Final Round Table & General Discussion: Conceptualizing Entangled Transitions (10:45am – 11:45am)

    Chair: Idesbald Goddeeris (Leuven University)

    Short Comments (António Costa-Pinto, Kim Christiaens, José Faraldo), followed by discussion




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