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Doctoral Researcher Position (f/m/d) in the History Department
For the project "Reordering Yugoslavia, Rethinking Europe: A Transregional History of the Yugoslav Wars and the Post-Cold War Order (1991-1995)", the IOS is inviting applications for a doctoral researcher (f/m/d) in a part-time position (65%).
Report on Matchmaking Conference in the Field of Interdisciplinary Environmental Research
Experts from science and politics discussed strategies for rebuilding Ukraine's research infrastructure and environmental protection structures. A report on the conference, which was co-organized by the IOS, has been published in the research news of the University of Regensburg.
"The Politics of 'No Politics' in Pula, Croatia: An Ethnography of the Demons Football Fan Group": Article by Andrew Hodges
Published in Open Access in "Sport in Society. Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics". This article examines a Croatian soccer fan group that claims political neutrality and interprets this as a strategy of diversity management, rejection of party politics, and promotion of nationalist views among younger members.
"No Neighbors’ Lands in Postwar Europe – Vanishing Others": Sabine Rutar Featured on the "Eastern European Studies" Podcast
Sabine Rutar, Anna Wylegała and Malgorzata Łukianow are featured in the "Eastern European Studies" podcast on the "New Books Network", discussing (post-)war trauma in (former) multi-ethnic communities.
Augustin Hirschvogel Fellowship at the IOS (2024)
Within the framework of its Fellow Program, the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) awards the Augustin Hirschvogel Fellowship. The IOS encourages applications from historians, geographers, cartographers and scholars of cognate disciplines, who focus on Eastern or Southeastern Europe. The deadline for applications is September 15, 2023.
"New Wild Fields: How the Russian War Leads to the Demodernization of Ukraine’s Occupied Territories": Article by Tetyana Malyarenko
Published in Open Access in Nationalities Papers (Volume 51, no. 3). This article explores Russian occupation policy in Ukraine as an adaptive tactic of Russia’s grand strategy and a manifestation of its military culture.
IOS erweitert Partnerschaften mit Belgrader Instituten durch neue Kooperationsmemoranden
Das IOS hat neue Kooperationsabkommen mit Forschungseinrichtungen in Belgrad geschlossen. Die Kooperationsmemoranden wurden mit der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität Belgrad und dem Institut für neuere Geschichte Serbiens unterzeichnet.
Tagung "NS-Raubgut aus dem östlichen Europa in Bibliotheken. Provenienz – Restitution – Forschungsstand"
Call for Papers für die Tagung "NS-Raubgut aus dem östlichen Europa in Bibliotheken. Provenienz – Restitution – Forschungsstand" vom 9. bis 10. November in Regensburg, organisiert vom IOS mit Unterstützung des Deutschen Zentrums Kulturgutverluste. Bewerbungsschluss: 25. Juni 2023.
"Islands of Agreement and Civility: Conflict Management in Russia’s War against Ukraine": Report by Cindy Wittke
Published in PeaceRep (Peace and Conflict Resolution Evidence Platform). The report discusses the formation of "islands of civility" or "islands of agreement" in Russia's war against Ukraine as a tool for managing conflict and disaster at different levels.