Session 8

Friday (May 7):
10.00-11.30 AM ET

CHAIR

Jennie Schulze

(Duquesne U, US)

schulzej@duq.edu 

 

SPEAKERS

Ronnie Olesker

(St. Lawrence U, US)

rolesker@stlawu.edu

Ontological Security and Social Boundaries: 

Studying Kin State Activism

 

Angela Kachuyevski

(Arcadia U, US)

kachuyea@arcadia.edu

Kin State Activism: 

Studying Social Boundaries in Ukraine and Latvia

 

Ellie Knott

(LSE, UK)

e.k.knott@lse.ac.uk

How to Study Kin-States? 

Methodologies of Kin-State Nationalism

 

Zsuzsa Csergő

(Queen’s U, Canada)

csergo@queensu.ca

Kin-State Support as a Double-Edged Sword

 

Myra Waterbury

(Ohio U, US)

waterbur@ohio.edu

Divided Nationhood and Multiple Membership: 

A Framework for Assessing Kin-State Policies and Their Impact

PANEL CE14

Kin-States in Central and Eastern Europe

How and When They Matter

(Roundtable)

Friday May 7, 10.00-11.30 AM ET

Central Europe