24-26 X 2019r. International Conference - The War That Never Ended: Postwar Continuity and New Challenges in the Aftermath of the Habsburg and Ottoman Empires, 1918–1923




Thursday, 24 October

Venue: Collegium Maius, 15 Jagiellońska Street, Michał Bobrzyński’s Hall (II floor)

09:00–09:15 Opening session


Sławomir Sprawski, Director of the Institute of History, Jagiellonian University


09:15–11:00 Panel 1: New Challenges, New Orders?
Chair: Etienne Boisserie


Leonard V. Smith, The Politics of Recognition in Peacemaking After the Great War


Miran Marelja, Ozren Pilipović, Meta Athik, The Protection of Minorities in Europe After the Great War


Christopher Brennan, “Hoch den Kaiser!” – Legitimism and Monarchism in Early Postwar Austria


Martin Bunton, Land Ownership in Occupied Enemy Territory: the case of British land policies in Palestine, 1917–1920


11:00–11:15 Coffee break


11:15–01:00 Panel 2: Violence
Chair: Kumru Toktamis


Jagoda Wierzejska, The Polish and Ukrainian violence propaganda during and after the war of Eastern Galicia (1918–1919)


Elisabeth Haid, “Robbery and Murder”. Conflicts at the Polish–Romanian Border in the Aftermath of the War


Ota Konrad, Different Victories? A Comparison of Collective Violence in Prague in Aftermaths of the WWI and WWII (1918–1920 and 1945)


01:00–02:30 Lunch break


02:30–03:30 Sightseeing: Jagiellonian University Museum – Collegium Maius


03:30–05:15 Panel 3: Shaping new state: Post 1918 Czechoslovakia
Chair: Michal Wilczewski


Etienne Boisserie, Shaping a new administrative and political apparatus in Slovakia the early years of the Czechoslovak state: between networks and pragmatism


Kathryn Densford, Between War and Peace, Between States — The Battle for Southern Moravia, 1918–1920


Alessandro Volpato, The Birth of Czechoslovakia between ideals and realpolitik: Masaryk, Beneš and Štefánik in balance between Italy and France on the international chessboard


Milada Polišenská, Diplomacy and National Identity of Czechoslovakia in the Inter-War Period: Appropriation, Thematisation, Institutionalization and Sustainability


05:15–05:30 Coffee break


05:30–07:15 Panel 4: Contested Post-Ottoman Territories
Chair: Petar Bagaric


Leonidas Moiras, Ottoman Perceptions of the Greek Great Idea before and after World War I


Lediona Shahollari, Unrecognized Minorities, Contested Categories, and Evading Compulsory Exchange: The Greek–Turkish Population Exchange and the Case of the Muslim Çam (1921–1926)


Kumru Toktamis, "Negotiating sovereignty and territory: unlikely alliance of Kurds and Armenians on the post-Ottoman territories


Karolina Olszowska, The Turkish War of Independence in the work of Halide Edip Adıvar


7:30 Reception




Friday, 25 October


Venue: Collegium Kołłątaja, 6 Świętej Anny Street, (II floor, room 10)


09:00–10:00 Keynote Session 1:


Gabor Egry, (Post)Habsburg variations. State persistence, continuity and imperial legacies within the Habsburg successor states


10:00–10:15 Coffee break



10:15–12:00 Panel 5: Floating borders
Chair: Keely Stauter-Halsted


Petar Bagarić, Montenegro in the Context of the Adriatic Question 1918–1921


Edina–Tünde Gál, Orphans within changing frontiers: the State Children’s Homes in multi-ethnic Transylvania after the Great War


Eriks Jekabsons, American Red Cross in Central and Eastern Europe in 1919–1922: the case of Latvia


Sedat Ulugana, Border discussions between Kurds and Armenians during the Sevres Treaty (1920–1923)


12:00–12:15 Coffee break


12:15–02:00 Panel 6: Polish–Ukrainian Dillemas
Chair: Tomasz Pudłocki


Giuseppe Motta, The Brutalization of Political Struggle. Anti–Jewish Violence in Hungary and Ukraine


Kamil Ruszała, Galicia after Galicia? Conflicts and negotiation of public space after the First World War in Eastern Lesser-Poland


Iryna Orlevych, Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in 1918–1923: before public and religious challenges


Natalia Kolb, The Greek–Catholic parish clergy in the liberation struggle of the Galician Ukrainians in 1918–1923


02:00–03:30 Lunch break


03:30–05:15 Panel 7: Looking for Identity in Poland
Chair: Eriks Jekabsons


Keely Stauter-Halsted, How Galicia became Polish: Constructing Borders in the Post–Imperial Space


Tomasz Pudłocki, On the crossword of country and science? University Professors of Neophilologies in Poland, 1918–1923


Michal Wilczewski, Civilizing the Countryside: The Internal Colonization of Rural Poland, 1918–1923


Mateusz Drozdowski, Question of identity of the aristocratic families in the new national states after 1918: example of Habsburg & Hofburg families in Poland


05:15 – 05:30 Coffee break


05:30–6:30 Keynote Session 2:


Maciej Górny, Where did the post–war politics of memory lead to? East Central Europe, 1918–1945


Saturday, 26 October

Workshop in Przemyśl
Venue: Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauk w Przemyślu, 7 Kościuszki Street, I floor

10:00–11:15 Panel 8: A New Austria?
Chair: Paul Miller


Konstantinos Raptis, Defending Christianity and Social Order at the end and in the aftermath of the First World War:  Discourse and Polemics in the Austrian Catholic Conservative Press


Cody James Inglis, Of Saccharine and Cigarettes: Smuggling on the Moravian and Lower Austrian Frontier, 1915–1930


Christopher Wendt, Confronting the Post–War (State) Paradox: How to Do More with Less in (German–)Austrian Tyrol


11:15–11:30 Coffee break


11:30–12:45 Panel 9: Hungary on the Crossroad

Chair: Kamil Ruszała


Tamás Révész, The forgotten revolution. Popular violence in the territory of the Hungarian Kingdom during the Autumn of 1918


Julia A. Bavouzet, Looking for the Third Way. Hungary in the Afterwar Turmoil


Emily R. Gioielli, Women, Gender, and Political Imprisonment in the Hungarian Siberia, 1919–1924


12:45–13:00 Coffee break


13:00–14:00 Roundtable discussion: Post WW1 Period: Between Academic Achievements and New Research Challenges
Chair: Paul Miller


2:00–2:30 Closing remarks


After 2:30 Sightseeing

Data opublikowania: 07.10.2019
Osoba publikująca: Tomasz Tekieli

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