PANEL CE21

The Benefits and Burdens of the “Invisible Suitcase”

Writing Contemporary History as an Outsider 

(Roundtable)

Session 8

Friday (May 7):
10.00-11.30 AM EST

CHAIR

Vjeran Pavlakovic

(U of Rijeka, Croatia)

vjeranp@gmail.com

 

SPEAKERS

Jill M Massino

(UNC Charlotte, US)

jmassino@uncc.edu

Citizens of Humanity: 

The Relevance of Doing History as an “Outsider”

 

Jan Čulík 

(U of Glasgow, UK)

jan.culik@glasgow.ac.uk

How Do Culture Wars Deflect from Real Social Problems 

and What Can an Outsider Do About This?

 

Marci Shore

(Yale U, US)

marci.shore@yale.edu

Ostranenie, or the Epistemological Advantages - 

and Disadvantages - of Marginality

 

Muriel Blaive

(Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Czech Republic)

muriel.blaive@gmail.com

Knocking on the Tribe’s Door: 

The Czech Public Sphere and Foreign “Opinions”

Friday May 7, 10.00-11.30 AM EST

Central Europe

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