We invite you to the online panel "The Crimean Peninsula as a Contested Space" to be held on November 4th, 17:00-18:30 (CET). This event is a part of the Annual Online Conference "Black Sea Region in the Times of Crises: New Theoretical Approaches and Research Methodologies," October-December 2021.
The online conference looks at the present and historical dynamics shaping the Black Sea region through the lens of transculturality. This panel focuses on the historical and contemporary Crimea as a contested space and considers the peninsula as a nexus of transformations and instability in the Black Sea Region.
Dilyara Agisheva (Georgetown University): Entangled Legal Formations and the Black Sea Region: the Impact of the Russian Annexation of Crimean Peninsula in the Late Eighteenth Century
Natalia Volvach (Stockholm University): Exploring Violence and the Words that Injure: Russian Narratives in the Contested Spaces of Crimea
Tatjana Hofmann (Zurich University), Venzin Cyril (Denkbilder Filmproduktion GmbH): Reflexions on the Epistemology and Methodology of Qualitative Audio-Visual Research
Comments: Alina Zubkovych (Nordic Ukraine Forum)
Chair: Oleksii Chebotarov (University of St.Gallen / New Europe College)