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Participants of the Project "Comparative Historical Studies of Empire and Nationalism" are organizing a Roundtable at the 48th Convention of the ASEEES

The Head of the Working group of the International Research Project "Comparative Historical Studies of Empire and Nationalism" Professor Alexander Semyonov, the Head of the Project Professor Ronald G.Suny, and the member of the working group postdoc, junior research fellow Anton Kotenko will participate in the 48th annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Washington, DC, on Novermber 17-20th.

November 17, the participants of the International project will also take part in another session at the Convention called "Western Borderlands in the Mental Maps of the Imperial Elite: Lithuania, Ukraine, Bessarabia"


Chair: Eric Lohr, American U

Papers: 

Andrei Cusco, U of Maryland, College Park "From Ottoman Province to Russian Guberniia: The Construction of Space in the Case of Bessarabia"

Darius Staliunas, Lithuanian Institute of History (Lithuania) "Poland or Russia? Lithuania on the Mental Maps of the Ruling Elite of the Romanov Empire"

Anton Kotenko, NRU Higher School of Economics (St Petersburg, Russia) / Harvard U "Ukrainians in the Late 19th Century Discourse of the Imperial Elite"

Discussants: 

Mark Von Hagen, Arizona State Univerity

Alexander M. Semyonov, NRU Higher School of Economics (St Petersburg, Russia)

November 18, the participants of the International Research Project are organizing a roundtable  "New Turns in the Imperial Turn: Empire and the Russian Past". 


Chair: Alexander M. Semyonov, NRU Higher School of Economics (St Petersburg, Russia)

Participants: 

Nancy S. Kollmann, Stanford Univerity

Valerie Ann Kivelson, Univerity of Michigan

Alfred Jopseph Rieber, Central European Univerity (Hungary)

Ronald Grigor Suny, Univerity of Michigan

Ilya V. Gerasimov, Ab Imperio

November 18, Ivan Sablin NRU Higher School of Economics (St Petersburg, Russia) will present the paper "Dismantling Russian Democracy: Dictatorship of the Proletariat and Restoration in the Far East, 1921–1922"


November 20, Ivan Sablin NRU Higher School of Economics (St Petersburg, Russia) will be a discussant in the panel "Buddhist Temples, Museums, and Folklore: Religious Revival and Cultural Production in Siberia"