Belgrade Conference - Participants

Le Sud-Est européen et la Grande Guerre. Histoire, mémoire, héritage

South-East Europe and the Great War. History, Memory, Legacy

Belgrade, 7-8 December 2017

Yannis Mourelos, Le front d' Orient dans la Grande Guerre. Enjeux et stratégies.

Vojislav Pavlović, The brekthrough od the Salonika front and the End of the Great War

Stratos Dordanas, German propaganda in the Balkans during World War I

Daniel Cain, Conflicts over Dobrudja during the Great War

Arpad Hornyak, Territorial changes and concessions as means of Great Britain's Balkan policy in the first years of World War I

Slobodan G. Marković, British Public and Eleutherios Veniselos during the Great War

Miljan Milkić, Serbian Armyon Halkidiki in 1916. Organisation and Deployment

Alberto Basciani, The Antivari Company during the First World War (à confirmer)

Radoslav Raspopović, Austro-Hungarian Occupation System in Montenego and the International Law (1916-1918)

Dušan Fundić, Austro-Hungarian Occupation of Serbia as a „civilizing mission“ (1915-1918)

Miloš Ković, The British Adriatic Squadron and the Evacuation of the Serbs from the Albanian Coast in 1916

Nobuhiro Shiba, Professor Dušan Todorović and World War I: His Support Activities to Serbia in Japan

Vladimir Iliescu, Les jeunes Turcs et leurs relations avec la communauté arménienne pendant la Première Guerre mondiale

Ionuț Adrian Pătularu, Les enseignants du comté Dolj et leur participation dans la Première Guerre mondiale

Francesco Altimari, Dal fronte di guerra balcanico: cronaca di una guerra vissuta dalle retrovie nel Sud d'Albania (1916-1918) attraverso le cartoline militari di un ufficiale medico italiano (à confirmer et à preciser la langue de l'intervention)

Iakovos Michailidis, A Ten Year’s war: Reassessing the Greek historiography on the First World War

Tatjana Krizman-Malev, Ivo Ćipiko, Mile Budak: deux écrivains croates, deux différentes perceptions de la Grande Guerre et de l’héroïsme du peuple serbe

Stevka Šmitran, Miloš Crnjanski , Soldier and Writer in the First World War: History As An Experience to be Handed On

Dunja Dušanić, Du Traumatisme au Roman. Mémoire et représentation de la Grande Guerre dans l’œuvre de Rastko Petrović (1898-1949)

Giovanni Belluscio, Emilia Conforti, Alcune considerazioni sulla fitonimia arbereshe

Răzvan Theodorescu, What exactly the post-war Romanian Nationalism meant?

Victor Neumann, Fluid identities in South-East Europe before and after the Great War

Daisuke Nagashima, Bosnian Muslims' Arguments over (in)Compatibility of Islamic and National Identities: Late Austro-Hungarian and Royalist Yugoslav Times

Mirella Korzeniewska-Wiszniewska, Les partenaires politiques de la Serbie pendant la Première Guerre mondiale et aujourd'hui - similitudes et les différences

Areti Demosthenous, Christian Refugees from Parla village (Isparta) and their Intercultural Contribution to Modern Greece.

Gordana Krivokapić-Jović, Francuski jugoslovenski projekat: ili o intelektualnom nasleđu belle epoque -a

Nicolae Razvan Mitu, The Making of Kingdom of Serbs-Croats and Slovens and of the United Romania

Dragan Bakić, The Great War and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia: the legacy of an enduring conflict

Elli Lemonidou, L’héritage et la mémoire de la Première Guerre mondiale en Grèce de l’Entre-deux-guerres

Petra Svoljšak, The Shaping of the Slovenian Remembrance of the Great War in a Hundred Years Time Span

Nicolas Pitsos, Ilots de mémoire dans un archipel d’oubli : la mémoire de la Grande Guerre en Grèce, un siècle après

Ersin Embel, Politics of Remembering The First World War in Contemporary TurkeyÂÂ

Vlasis Vlasidis, The Serbian heritage of the Great War in Greece: Monuments, archives, narratives

Jolanta Sujecka, Memory of the Great War in the perspective of different protagonists. Writers from Bulgaria and from Macedonia

Florin Turcanu, Turtucaia/Tutrakan 1916 : la postérité d'une défaite dans la Roumanie de l'entre-deux-guerres

Congress of AIESEE - Bucharest, 2-7 2019

Bucharest, 23 June 2017

To all National Committees of AIESEE

Dear Colleagues,

The Romanian National Committee of AIESEE has the pleasure to announce the main topic of the 12th Congress of our Association: “Political, Social and Religious Dynamics in South-East Europe. Herewith you will find 33 sessions proposed for this occasion. As usual, the working languages will be French and English.

The congress will be held in Bucharest, between 2 and 7 September 2019 and will be opened to all members and collaborators of AIESSE, as well as to young researchers and PhD students. We would be grateful to you for widely spreading this information to all the institutions and the people who might be interested to participate in the congress.

The details about the registration fee, accommodation and other practical aspects will be communicated in the next letters.

We kindly ask you to send us the titles and abstracts of your contributions at the address congress2019@aiesee. org by 20 December 2017. Please indicate the session of the congress in which you wish to participate.

Yours sincerely,

Andrei Timotin

President of the Romanian National Committee of the AIESEE

The 12th Congress of South-East European Studies

Bucharest, 2-7 September 2019 

Political, Social and Religious Dynamics in South East Europe

Proposed Sessions

  1. Religious Dynamics between the Pontos Euxeinos and the Aegean Sea in Antiquity
  2. Urbanization in South East Europe in Roman times
  3. The Religious Basis of Power in South East Europe
  4. The Ottoman Conquest of the Balkans: Structural Change and Continuity
  5. Networks in South East Europe: Politics, Trade, Culture (14th-17th Centuries)
  6. The Black Sea and its Straits: a Permanency of South East European History
  7. South East Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean
  8. Devotion and Pious Donations to the Holy Places within the Ottoman Empire
  9. Orthodoxy, from Empire to Church. Social Manifestations and Cultural Forms of Faith
  10. Translations of Patristic Literature in South East Europe
  11. Biblical Apocrypha in South East Europe. Variation and Transmission from Antiquity to Modern Times
  12. The Printing Press in and for South East Europe
  13. Between the Imperial Eye and the Local Gaze. Cartographies of South East Europe

  14. Demetrius Cantemir’s South East Europe
  15. South East Europe as Science. The Birth of a Scientific Discipline
  16. Merchants in the Balkans: Family and Geographical Solidarities, Networks and Commercial Techniques
  17. The Phanariote Literature
  18. Between Czar, Kaiser and Sultan: New Approaches to the Age of Revolution in the Lower Danube and the Black Sea Area
  19. On Rivers and Seas: Hydropolitical Conflict and Maritime Cooperation in South East Europe
  20. The Formation of South-East European Nations and the National Unifications
  21. The Migration. Human and Political Condition in South East Europe
  22. From Ani to Romania: History, Tradition and Iconography
  23. Georgia and South East Europe: Byzantine Heritage and Common Cultural Path
  24. Religious Minorities in South East Europe
  25. Experts, Technology, and State. Making the Modern Environment in South East Europe
  26. New Perspectives on Balkan Linguistics
  27. Exit from the Great War: South-East European Societies from 1918 to 1923
  28. The Legacy of the Treaties of Paris (1919-1920), a Century after
  29. Doctrines, Movements and Totalitarian Regimes in South East Europe in the 20th Century
  30. Remigration and Transformation in Post-Socialist South-East Europe
  31. The European Union, South-Eastern European State and Relations with Neighbours
  32. Conserving the Cultural and Artistic Heritage in South East Europe
  33. Perspectives on the Digitization of Documents in the South-East European Archives