IN THE GREAT WAR
nov19

IN THE GREAT WAR

Vojislav G. Pavlović (a cura di), SERBIA AND ITALY IN THE GREAT WAR (Institut des Etudes Balkaniques, Belgrado 2019) The Great War profoundly changed the political structures and territories of the countries on both sides of the Adriatic Sea. The war ended with the dissolution of Austria-Hungary, and the task to reorganize the resultant territorial void on the eastern side of the Adriatic fell to the Italian government and the...

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Dopo il Muro. Europa, democrazia, sinistra a trent’anni dal 1989
nov19

Dopo il Muro. Europa, democrazia, sinistra a trent’anni dal 1989

Disponibile l’audio del convegno, tenutosi il 15 novembre a Roma presso l’Archivio centrale dell’UDI, sul trentennale della caduta del muro di Berlino. Tra aspettative mancate, rovesciamenti inattesi e giudizi controversi sulla storia e sul presente. L’audio è disponibile su https://www.centroriformastato.it/dopo-il-muro-europa-democrazia-sinistra-a-trentanni-dal-1989-audio/ Ordine degli interventi: Prima parte del convegno....

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SIDELKI, BADANTI & Co. DUE DECENNI DI MIGRAZIONI POST-SOVIETICHE
nov19

SIDELKI, BADANTI & Co. DUE DECENNI DI MIGRAZIONI POST-SOVIETICHE

La Biblioteca Archivio del CSSEO organizza a Trento, mercoledì 20 novembre 2019, alle ore 17,30, nella “Sala degli Affreschi” della Biblioteca comunale (Via Roma 55), l’incontro-dibattito “Sidelki, Badanti & Co. Due decenni di migrazioni post-sovietiche”. Serena Piovesan discute con Marina Cvajner autrice di “Sociologia delle migrazioni femminili”. Introduce Fernando Orlandi. Ingresso consentito fino all’esaurimento dei posti a...

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Ideology and Social Protests in Eastern Europe
nov12

Ideology and Social Protests in Eastern Europe

Veronika Stoyanova. Ideology and Social Protests in Eastern Europe. Beyond the Transition’s Liberal Consensus (Routledge, 2018) This book argues that the recent political mobilizations in Eastern Europe have been underpinned by a class struggle between a more conservative and a more radical line of contention. The latter line, the book contends, is designed by and for subaltern groups whose anti-systemic programme calls for not...

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Freedom of Expression in Russia’s New Mediasphere
nov12

Freedom of Expression in Russia’s New Mediasphere

Mariëlle Wijermars, Katja Lehtisaari. Freedom of Expression in Russia’s New Mediasphere (Routledge, 2019) In recent years the Russian government has dramatically expanded its restrictions on the internet, while simultaneously consolidating its grip on traditional media. The internet, however, because of its transnational configuration, continues to evade comprehensive state control and offers ever new opportunities for...

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