Fellows

SENIOR FELLOWS

Freedom chair fellowship


4EU + fellowship


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Freedom Chair - Dmitry Petrov and KRVS Head - Kateřina Králová

 

ERASMUS+ STÁŽISTÉ

Academic year 2018/2019

Oszkár Roginer Ph.D

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Research interest: Hungarian minority literature, Hungarian press history of Yugoslavia, geocriticism, historical literary sociology, collective identities, memory studies

Short biography

Selected publications

Academia.edu

 

Maria Paschalina Dimopoulou

 

Maria Paschalina Dimopoulou, born in Thessaloniki, is a BA student at the Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia (Greece). After completing an Erasmus+ semester at Charles University in spring 2018, she has returned to our department with the Erasmus+ practical placement program for fall 2018. She focuses on contemporary history of the Balkan peninsula and post-socialist politics in South-East Europe. During her studies, she attended numerous workshops and took part in a four-year field work program on Balkan capitals. Besides, as a volunteer she regularly helps organizing international conferences held at the University of Macedonia. Her film review of a documentary on the Greek far-right Golden Dawn is about be published in English.