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									4.03.2011

Institute of European Studies UJ

         8.30 Registered Conference Participants
         9.30 -10.00 Conference Opening Conference Room-Guest House in Przegorzaly
         10.15 – 12.15 Part 1
         12.15-12.30 Coffee Break
         12.30-14.00 Part 2
         14.00-15.30 Lunch Break
         15.30 – 17.00 Part 3

Civil society of Central and Eastern Europe – between transformation and globalization.1 (room 1.12)
PART 1(10.15 – 12.15)

Peculiarities of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe. Civil society and the state

     1.   Antonie Dolezalowva Civil society’s limitations
     2.   Olena Synytska, Ideological Clichés in Ukrainian Literary Criticism of the 1990s
     3.   Victor Khroul Civil Society and mass media transformation in Russia: challenges and hopes for values dialogue

PART 2 (12.30-14.00)

     4.   Aleksandra M. Duda Semi-authoritarianism as a context for civil society mobilization
     5.   Lela Rekhviashvili, Role of civil society in neoliberal state (about Georgia)
     6.   Marko Kovacic, The impact of civil society on democratic consolidation: A comparative analysis of Croatia and Serbia

PART 3 (15.30 – 17.00)

Civil society from local perspective

     7.   Katarzyna Zajda Non-governmental organizations as part of rural civil society. The specificity and significance in the
          context of the transformation of the Polish countryside
     8.   Karolina Koziura Symbolic power and dependence. Local community towards the NGOs project. The case of town of
          Chernivtzi in Western Ukraine
     9.   Ewa Polak Local conceptions of Civil Society – case of Ekaterinburg (Russian Federation)

Culture, in the face of transformation. (room 1.14)
PART 1 (10.15 – 11.45)

Mass Media and Popcultur

     1. Tetyana Kuznyetsova, Mass-media as a factor of national culture transformation
     2. Manuela Marin, The Image of Communism in Romanian Popular Culture. A Case Study on the Libertatea Newspaper
     3. Nina Sorokina, Russian and Soviet advertising posters in the 20 th Century

PART 2 (12.00-14.00)

Literature

     4. Aleksandra Rychlicka, Transformation and Its Ghostwriters: A Comparative Analysis of Short Stories from Aleksandar
         Hemon’s Anthology Best European Fiction 2010;
     5. Olena Synytska, Ideological Clichés in Ukrainian Literary Criticism of the 1990s
    6. Anna Tretiak, Changing Direction: Post-Soviet Transformation of the Ukrainian Children's Book
    7. Paweł Rams, The new gay-face. Gay popular fiction after 1989

PART 3 (15.30 – 17.00)

Cinema and Visual Arts

    8. Sune Bechmann Pedersen, Negotiating the Nation in Newer German Cinema
    9. Marta Brzezińska, Youth, communism and the cinema – construction of the past in selected German, Polish and Czech
         films produced after 1989
    10. Maria Pasholok, Revolution on Wallpaper: Cultural Transformation of Post-Soviet Interior
    11. Anna Tretiak, Olena Synytska, Post-Soviet Transformations in Contemporary Kyiv: At the Intersection Point of Public
         and Cultural Spaces

Transformation in the context of structural and institutional aspects. (room 1.22)
PART 1 (10.15 – 12.15)

    1. Anastasia Krasnosilska, Experiences of Central and Eastern European countries in institutional engineering and some
        conclusions on democratic consolidation
    2. Oleksandr Demyanchuk, Institutional isomorphism and politics in Ukraine
    3. Nevena Vlaykova, Black swans of democracy
    4. Arolda Elbasani, Involvement of Former Communist Parties and the Pursuit of Transitional Justice: Comparing Albania
        and Poland

PART 2 (12.30-14.00)

    5. Adele Pearson, Post soviet constitutions (How Post-Soviet Constitutions are Shaping Eastern Europe: The Cases of
        Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine)
    6. Katarzyna Guziak, Const regimes (The Transformation of the Constitutional Regimes in the Postcomunistic Countries
        from the perspective of economical analysis of constitutional law)
    7. Irina Ionescu, 1 Parliament, 2 Constitutions, 21 years: is it time for new game rules?
    8. Aleksandra Szczerba, The implication of the Constitution of the I Czechoslovak Republic for the shape of the
        constitutional order of the Czech Republic

PART 3 (15.30 – 17.00)

    9. Adam Jarosz, Transformation of the municipal political scenes in Poland and Eastern Germany on the example of Toruń
         and Rostock
    10. Daniel Brett, Coming in from the cold? The transformation of parties and rural politic
    11. Zdeněk Kříž, Institutional aspects of Czech military transformation
    12. Dobromir Botev, In the Twilight of the Agents- Bulgarian Secret Police after 1989
    13. Georgiana-Virginia Bonea, Evolution of the Romanian social policies to prevent and combat domestic violence after the
         events of 1989

Effects of transformation on the economy. (room 2.09)
PART 1 (10.15 – 12.15)

    1. Chris O’Neill, Poland’s mass privatization program: institutions versus the market
    2. Melnikov Dmitry, The joint- stock companies and Russian industry today: interaction between national, collective,
        regional and personal interests
    3. Svitlana Sudyn, Foreign direct investment in Ukraine
PART 2 (12.30-14.00)

     1. Jahangir Kakharov, Privatization of Corporations in Uzbekistan in Comparison with Transition Economies of Central
         and Eastern Europe
     2. Hanna Danilovich, Extent and Limits of Enterprise Autonomy in Belarus
     3. Renata Osowska, The influence of systemic transformation and EU accession on entrepreneurial behavior in Poland

PART 3 (15.30 – 17.00)

     1. Irina Marin, The Rebirth of Regionalism in East-Central Europe: The Case of the Banat of Temesvár
     2. Anna Zagrebina, Intergenerational transfers and intergenerational altruism in transformation of social institutes and
         processes

5.03.2011

Institute of Sociology UJ

         9.30 – 11.30 Part 1
         11.30-12.00 Coffee Break
         12.00-14.00 Part 2
         14.00-15.45 Lunch Break
         16.00 – 18.00 Part 3

Nothing about us without us? Civic participation after ’89. (room 61)
PART 1 (9.30 – 11.30)

     1.   Michał Brol Participation of youth in decision-making processes
     2.   Kalina Zahova - Aspects of Socialist Culture as Perceived by Post-Socialist Youth of Slovakia, Poland and Bulgaria
     3.   Ko Winne Civil Society and Democratic Responsiveness in Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic
     4.   Yuriy Petrushenko - Bologna process as a translator of European cultural values into Ukrainian educational system

PART 2 (12.00-14.00)

     5. Sebastian Wacięga The unrealized potential of Polish civil society. How to get closer to cooperative culture?
     6. Jan Meisel-Dobrzański Historical development and the future of NGOs in Poland –organizational perspective
     7. Karol Haratyk /Tamara Jurewicz The Transformation of (and) Participation. The Case of the Tenants Movement - Are
         Poles Able Fight for What Is Theirs?
     8. Victoria Dunaeva, The role of informal cultural initiatives in the development of local community in the period of
         transformation. Poland and Russia - comparative analysis

PART 3 (16.00 – 18.00)

     9. Michała Chlebicki - Traditional cultural institutions in the face of transformation
     10. Yaroslav Pasko Normative Legitimization of Civil Society Values: On the Specificity of Civil Life in Ukraine
     11. Alicja Kowalska Forgotten heroes and decline of hope in Polish civil society after 1989
     12. Marta Żerkowska-Balas Is Polish Voter Rational? - an empirical test

Civil society of Central and Eastern Europe – between transformation and globalization. 2 (room 79)

PART 1 (9.30 – 11.30)

Civil society and the youth
     1. Tetyana Vasilyeva Peculiarities of Legal Consciousness Of Ukrainian and Polish Youth in Transformation World
     2. Erin Saltman Civil Society: Radical Right Culture and the Youth in Hungary
     3. Oleksandr Svyetlov Ukrainian state policies towards Civil Society Organizations

PART 2 (12.00-14.00)

Role of intellectuals in civil society

     4. Anele Vosyliute, Lithuanian sociology: towards diversity
     5. Sorin Borza and Ioana Albu, On the Intellectuals in the East and the New Consensus Culture
     6. Gabriel C. Gherasim and Raluca Moldovan, The Betrayal of the Intellectuals? The Failure of the Civic Alliance Project
         in Romania after December 1989

PART 3 (16.00 – 18.00)

Gender- transformation. (room 79)

     1.   Hasan Jashari, Impact of democratisation in the Gender issues and othernes in Macedonian society
     2.   Grzegorz Wójcik, The Transformation of gender roles in family sphere after political transition 1989 in Poland
     3.   Jakub Morawski, Third-wave feminism in the age of Polish “Early-late” capitalist
     4.    Lesia Parno, Influence of the EaP on the Women’s Empowerment in Ukraine (Comparative Analysis)
     5.   Olga Cretu - East-West Migration: Post-Soviet Women Migrants in the UK

Redefinition of notions of the nation, patriotism and nationalism. (room 81)
PART 1 (9.30 – 11.30)

     1. Pakhomenko Sergiy, «Ukrainian nationalism» vs «Patriotism of Donbas» : the withstand of the media images in the
         contemporary informational space of Donetsk District
     2. Olena Ivantsiv, The Phenomenon of the Donbas Regional Identity and its Correlation with the Ukrainian National
         Identity
     3. Toró Tibor, Building the Hungarian public sphere in Romania after 1989
     4. Jakub Wróblewski, National identity – definition and nature

PART 2 (12.00-14.00)

     5. Gennadii Korzhov, Regional and National Identity in the Making of New Nation-States
     6. Artem Gregoryanov, The identity policy in CEE: between the national canon and normative influence of EU, case of
         Ukraine and Bulgaria
     7. Zoriana Melnyk, Idea of patriotism and nationalism in Russia, Poland and Ukraine at the beginning of 1990-th and now.
         Comparative research

PART 3 (16.00 – 18.00)

     8. Maria Rogińska Time and Space in transition (Russia’s case).
     9. Adriana Cupcea, History textbooks in Romania after the fall of the communist regime
     10. Andrea Talaber, The Return of the Saints: national holidays in Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1989-1993 and beyond
     11. Nelly Bekus, National Development of Belarusians in the Context of Postcommunist Transformation. Between
          Nationalism and Patriotism

								
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