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Understanding Identities and Regions

Perspectives on V4 and WB

Das Projekt "Understanding Identities and Regions – Perspectives on V4 and WB" beschäftigt sind mit den Konzepten von Identität in den Regionen der Visegrad (V4)- und Westbalkan (WB)-Staaten. Die Erforschung von Identität von Staaten und Gesellschaften schafft eine Grundlage für ein besseres Verständnis der politischen und sozialen Entwicklung in der westlichen Balkanregion (d.h. Albanien, Bosnien und Herzegowina, Kosovo, Nordmazedonien, Montenegro und Serbien) sowie den Visegrad-Staaten (Ungarn, Polen, Tschechische Republik, und Slowakei). Identität ist konstruiert und unterliegt im Laufe der Zeit Veränderungen. Sie prägt Staaten und Gesellschaften und beeinflusst das politische Verhalten. Die Erforschung von Identität in den Regionen ist von Bedeutung, da die Länder entweder der Europäischen Union beitreten oder ihre Position als aktive Mitglieder in der Union stärken wollen.  Ein Schwerpunkt ist somit die nationale und regionale Identität in beiden Regionen.  

Die Interpretation von Identitätsaspekten sowie Identitätskonstruktionen im regionalen Kontext liegt diesem Projekt zu Grunde. Das Forschungsfeld soll im Rahmen dieses Projekts um weitere Perspektiven der Experten/innen aus der V4-Region sowie der Westbalkanregion erweitert werden und  einige der vielen Fragen im Zusammenhang mit Identität beantworten.

Projektziele

Das Projekt versucht, das Bewusstsein für Identitätsfragen im WB und der V4-Region verständlich zu machen. Das Projekt zielt daher darauf ab, einen akademischen Diskurs zum Thema Identität in den beiden Regionen zu unterstützen, der einem  vergleichenden Ansatz zu Grunde liegt. In drei Veranstaltungen werden Wissenschaftler/innen, Forscher/innen und Experten/innen aus den V4- und WB-Länder ihre Forschungsergebnisse diskutieren, sich vernetzen und Forschungsideen austauschen können. Die Ergebnisse dieses wissenschaftlichen Austauschs werden in einem Sammelband, der bis März 2020 fertig gestellt werden soll, publiziert werden.

Aktivitäten

Im Rahmen des Projekts findet eine Reihe von Workshops statt. Außerdem wird ein Sammelband zu Thema gemeinsam mit den Projektpartnern erarbeitet.

  • Projekttreffen und Workshop am 30. November 2019 an der Jagiellonischen Universität Krakau
  • Workshop am 10. Mai 2019 an der Universität Sarajewo (Programm)
  • Buchpräsentation und Podiumsdiskussion im März 2020 der Andrássy Universität

Ein weiteres Ziel des Projekts ist die Vernetzung von Forschern/innen und Experten/innen, die in diesem Themenfeld forschen.

Die Projektdauer ist 18 Monate von 1. November 2018 bis April 2020.

Partner

Das Projekt wird vom International Visegrad Fund finanziert Grant No. :21820078). Projektpartner sind:

  • Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS), Central European University (CEU)
  • Metropolitan University Prague (MUP)
  • University of Wroclaw
  • Institute of European Study, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University Krakow
  • Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo
Projektleiter(Innen): Dr. Christina GRIESSLER
Wissenschaftsbereich(e): Politikwissenschaft
Forschungsschwerpunkt: Forschungsschwerpunkt 3: Identitätsbildung: Nationalitäten, Kulturen und Minderheiten
Status des Projektes: Aktiv
Projektbeginn: 1. November 2018
Projektende: 30. April 2021
Dokumente - Andrássy Universität Budapest
Partner universities

Metropolitan University Prague (MUP)

The Metropolitan University Prague ranks among the oldest and largest private universities in the Czech Republic. The steady influx of applicants interested in studying at Metropolitan University Prague attests to its reputation of a first-rate educational institution. As of the 2018/2019 academic year, MUP provides education to approximately 5000 students. Since its establishment in 2001, the University offers study programmes in the area of international territorial relations, legal specialisations, international economic relations, political science and security studies in both full-time and part-time forms of study in Czech as well as English. Next to Bachelor and Master programmes MUP offers also four Ph.D. programmes. MUP operates in Prague and in three regional centres in Pilsen, Liberec and Hradec Králové.

University of Wrocław
Excerpt from https://international.uni.wroc.pl/en/s3.php

The University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 26,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year. The university has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. At the beginning of the 19th century the university had five Faculties: philosophy, catholic theology, evangelical theology, law and medicine. Later it was expanded by numerous sections, laboratories and a natural museum, which exists until today. Today, the first and foremost focus of The University of Wrocław is scientific research. Our scholars have numerous links with their fellow researchers from other higher education institutions in Poland and throughout the world. The success of our researchers has been recently recognized by Polish authorities, who significantly increased funding for both equipment and research at our University by 80% compared to previous years.

Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) at Central European University (CEU)

The Center for European Neighborhood Studies is an independent research center of the Central European University located in Budapest, Hungary. Its main goal is to contribute to an informed international dialogue about the future of the European Union in the world, while capitalizing on its Central European perspective and regional embeddedness.

The strategic focus of the center is academic and policy-oriented research on the place and role of the European Union in its rapidly changing and increasingly volatile neighbourhood. Through its research, CENS seeks to contribute to the understanding of the environment where the EU, its member states and partners need to (co)operate, and it aims at supporting the constructive development of these relations by providing opportunities for discussion and exchange. The center’s geographic focus areas are Central and Eastern Europe, the Western Balkans and Turkey, Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Russia.

Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University

The history of the Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University is associated with the establishment of the Inter-Faculty Department of European Studies at the Jagiellonian University in 1993. In 1999, the Inter-faculty Department was transformed into the Department of European Studies at the Faculty of Philosophy. In 2001, the Department of European Studies was incorporated into the structure of the Institute of Regional Studies - a newly established unit at the JU Faculty of International and Political Studies. In 2004, the Department was transformed into the Institute of European Studies and became part of the Faculty of International and Political Studies at the Jagiellonian University.

The purpose of establishing the Department of European Studies and the present Institute of European Studies has been to conduct teaching and research in the field of European studies. Such a formulation of objectives determines the interdisciplinary nature of the unit, which approaches the European issues from the perspective of several sciences: anthropology, economics, cultural studies, political studies, sociology, and law.

Faculty of Political Science, University of Sarajevo

Faculty of Political Science, University of Sarajevo, is the oldest such institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Faculty is in essence a faculty of social sciences, incorporating five departments: Political Science, Security and Peace Studies, Communication, Sociology and Social Work. It is also the largest student body among the comparable departments in the country and brings together fairly large faculty of some 70 full time academics. As part of the generation change in the past decade, the faculty is now much younger on average. Also, several new programs and projects have been initiated during this period, among which is introduction of English language instruction in the Department of Political Science, revisions of curriculums, expanded international cooperation and cooperation with many European universities on a range of project across all departments.

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