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Fall des Eisernen Vorhangs, beschleunigte Globalisierung, Erweiterung der Union – all dies hat Europa tiefgreifend verändert. Seit 1990 setzt sich die am IWM herausgegebene Zeitschrift Transit: Europäische Revue mit den neuen Herausforderungen für den alten Kontinent auseinander. Transit will die Ungleichzeitigkeiten, die Unterschiede in den Erfahrungen, Sichtweisen und Werten produktiv machen, welche die lange Teilung Europas hervorgebracht hat. Es will ein Ort zur Selbstverständigung der Europäer nach der Wiederentdeckung ihrer gemeinsamen Geschichte und Zukunft sein. Transit erscheint zwei Mal jährlich.

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Die Impfung – ein knappes Gut? Europa im Diskurs-Debatte

David Soucek, 18. März 2021
Der Theatersaal des Burgtheaters musste nicht nur zum Bedauern von Direktor Martin Kušej erneut leer bleiben – doch virtuell verfolgten am Sonntagvormittag zahlreiche Zuschauer*innen die Europa im Diskurs-Debatte zum Thema „Die Impfung – ein knappes Gut?“. In dieser Livestream-Premiere versammelten (...)

Introducing our New Fellows

David Soucek, 10. März 2021
Yuri Andrukhovych UiED Visiting Fellow (March – April 2021) Freelance writer and author, Zbruc.eu Project: The Festival Age (1988 – 1993). Was There a Phenomenon? Toward the 30th Anniversary of Ukrainian New Independent Culture Albena Azmanova Visiting Fellow (March – April 2021) Associate (...)

Rector Randeria asking Is Facebook a danger to democracy?

David Soucek, 10. März 2021
In a recent podcast produced by the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, our Rector, Shalini Randeria, together with the host Imogen Foulkes Scott Campbell of UN Human Rights, and analyst Daniel Warner explore how authoritarian regimes use social media to promote their sometimes violent policies. (...)

IWM Visiting Fellow Comments on Lukashenko’s Cultural Activist Crackdown

David Soucek, 9. März 2021
Last week, the largest newspaper in Poland Gazeta Wyborcza published an article by our current Visiting Fellow Felix Ackermann about the ongoing repression of the cultural activists in Belarus. A short version of this text in German was also published in the German newspaper Frankfurter (...)

Call for Applications for Global Protection of Refugees and Migrants Workshop

David Soucek, 9. März 2021
Applications are now open for the 2021 Annual Research and Orientation Workshop on Global Protection of Refugees and Migrants. The Workshop will be held in Kolkata, India, from 15 November to 20 November 2021 and will be an intensive combination of online and residential experiences designed to (...)

Episode Five: The Missing Pages of European History with Teresa Reiter

David Soucek, 4. März 2021
In the latest Vienna Coffee House Conversation, Ivan Vejvoda speaks to political activism expert, Head of Communications at Forum Alpbach and Europe’s Futures fellow Teresa Reiter about the way that history is taught, utilized and remembered in twenty-first century Europe. From the ways that (...)

New event in our Seminar Series on Forced Migration

David Soucek, 2. März 2021
The latest event in the series, “We Are All Refugees”: Informal Settlements and Camps as Converging Spaces of Global Displacements, will take place on Wednesday March 17, 2021. The speaker at this event will be Professor Faranak Miraftab from the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. At this (...)

Viktoras Bachmetjevas

David Soucek, 1. März 2021
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Vytautas Magnus University Paul Celan Visiting Fellow (March – May 2021) Project: Emmanuel Levinas: Totalite et infini (French to Lithuanian) Emmanuel Levinas (1906–1995) is widely considered one of the 20th century’s most important ethical thinkers. (...)

Noémi Kiss

David Soucek, 1. März 2021
Freelance writer Visiting Fellow (March – April 2021) Project: Women in Rural Kazakhstan: Reports on Everyday Life in Post-Soviet Central Asia The significance of the Caucasus and Central Asia in the world economy and politics has been growing steadily, and even the tourist industry has recently (...)
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