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26 – 27 April 2017

 

Sarajevo Debate on Europe


26 April 2017
07:00 pm Europe in an Identity Trap
27 April 2017
10:00 am Islam – Judaism – Christianity02:30 pm Russia – Arab Gulf States – Western Europe

26 April 2017, 07:00 pm 

19 h, Kamerni Teater 55

Public debate

Europe in the identity trap?

The resurgence of national constrictions and the idea of Europe

With
Dan Diner (historian, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Basil Kerski (European Soldarność Centre, Poland)

Dubravka Stojanović (historian, University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Tarik Haverić (political scientist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Chair: Volker Weichsel (editor „Osteuropa“, Germany)

27 April 2017, 10:00 am 

Bošnjački Institute

Internal debate 1

Islam – Judaism - Christianity
Learning from Sarajevo?

Statements and panel:
Ivo Marković (Franciscan monk, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Dino Abazović (Islamic religion sociologist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Eli Tauber (Jewish historian and publicist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Chair: Carl Henrik Fredriksson (editor “Eurozine”, Austria)

Afterwards:
Discussion with involvement of the audience

Lunch


27 April 2017, 02:30 pm 

2.30pm
Bošnjački Institute
Internal debate 2

Russia – Arab Gulf States – Europe
Strategies of expanding spheres of influence

Introduction and chair: Senad Pećanin (writer and lawyer, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Statements and panels
Russia: Sergej Lebedew (writer, Russia) and Srđan Šušnica (publicist and cultural scientist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Arab Gulf States: Sebastian Sons (islamic and political scientist, sociologist, Germany) and Hajrudin Somun (journalist and diplomat, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Europe: Marie-Janine Calic (historian, Germany) and Slavo Kukić (sociologist and politician, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

A project of the German Academy for Language and Literature, S. Fischer Foundation and Allianz Culture Foundation.

A project of the German Academy for Language and Literature, S. Fischer Foundation and Allianz Culture Foundation.

Partners:
Traduki
Goethe-Institut Bosnia and Herzegovina

Supported by: Traduki with funds from the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany

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