Representations and Narrations of anti-Slavism in Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Representations and Narrations of anti-Slavism
in Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Trieste 11-12 May 2017
University of Trieste – DiSU
Sala Atti “Arduino Agnelli”- Androna Campo Marzio 10

11th May – h. 15.00-19.00
Greetings

Tullia Catalan – University of Trieste
Introduction

Chair: Dominique Reill – University of Miami
Emanuela Costantini – University of Perugia
Distrustful allies: the Anti-Russianist attitude in Romania from the birth
of the nation state to the First World War

Marco Bresciani – University of Zagreb
The Ruthless Definition of the Other in a Post-Habsburg Space:
Fascism and anti-Slavism in the Upper Adriatic (1918-1922)

Discussant: Jessica Reinisch – Birkbeck University of London
Discussion

Coffee break

Chair: Elisabetta Vezzosi – University of Trieste
Marta Verginella – University of Ljubljana
Anti-Slavism in the Slovenian Mirror

Bojan Mitrovic – University of Trieste
Sister from an inferior race: the image of Serbia in Italian anti-Slav
propaganda at the eve of WWI

Discussant: Anne Deighton – Wolfson College. University of Oxford
Discussion

12th May – h. 14.00-18.00

Chair: Borut Klabjan – European University Institute (Marie Sklodowska
Curie Fellow) and Science and Research Centre of Koper
Francesco Toncich – University of Tübingen
The Origins of Italian-speaking anti-Slavism in Trieste between
City and Countryside (1850-1871)

Irena Selišnik – University of Ljubljana
Uncivilized Slovenians

Erica Mezzoli – Institute for Mediterranean Studies – Foundation for
Research and Technology-Hellas (I.M.S./FO.R.T.H. – ERC Fellowship)
Anti-Slavism in “Blueshirt”: The Slavophobic Narration of
“The Italian Nationalist Association” in the pages of “L’Idea Nazionale”

Discussant: N. Piers Ludlow – The London School of Economics
and Political Science
Discussion

Coffee break

Chair: Tullia Catalan – University of Trieste
Borut Klabjan – European University Institute (Marie Sklodowska Curie
Fellow) and Science and Research Centre of Koper
Anti-Slavisms in Trieste/Trst. Continuity and Change of anti-Slovene
narratives and practices at the beginning of the Twentieth Century

Tommaso Chiarandini – University of Teramo
Images and rhetorics of fascist anti-Slavism (1919-1934)

Discussant: Katherine Lebow – University of Oxford
Discussion

Conclusions
Emily Greble – Vanderbilt University

Author: Max

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