Programme – Saturday

Saturday, November 26, 2016

9.30 Morning Coffee

10.00 Panel 7

Administrative legacy – alive and kicking
Chair: Natasha Sardzoska

  • Alexandru Lesanu, Transnistrian (Il)licit Flows: How an Unrecognized State Copes with the Global Economy
  • Petar Bagarić (University of Zagreb), Phantom Borders in Croatia: The Case Study of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
  • Jasper Klomp (University of Ljubljana), Administrative Legacy and the Politics of Memory in the Third Polish Republic: The Case of the Oder-Neisse Line

11.30 Coffee break

12.00 Panel 8

Phantom borders as living history
Chair: Dan Brett (Open University)

  • Natasha Sardzoska, From Dissolving Borders towards Liminal Boundaries: Ontological Uncertainty in the Border-Art-Work of Expatriated former-Yugoslavian Artists
  • Raluca Mateoc (University of Fribourg), (Re)building Borders and Boundaries as part of Identification Processes: the Turks and Tatars of Dobruja, Romania

13.00 Closing comments