PATTERNS Lectures

Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Hybernská 3, 110 00 Prague 1, room 202, Monday 13 April 2015 5:30 PM

What was Goulash Socialism and what came next?

Gastronomy of Late State Socialism and Post Socialism in Hungary,
Gábor Egry, Institute of Political History, Budapest

 

The lecture covers the topic of gastronomy as an object of discourse and means of social mobilization for various aims in post-communist East Central Europe. Continue reading
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Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Hybernská 3, 110 00 Prague 1, room 202, Monday 27 April 2015 5:30 PM

From Tito’s Pioneers to Žižek’s Beard: Ethnology and Popular Culture of post-Yugoslav Space

Reana Senjković, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb

The lecture aims to provide an insight into ethnological/cultural anthropological research on popular culture and subcultures in late socialist and post-socialist (ex-) Yugoslavia.

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PATTERNS Lectures

PATTERNS LECTURES

In the summer semester of 2015 Centre for the Study of Popular Culture participates in the Patterns Lectures programme, organised by two CSPK members Ondřej Daniel and Tomáš Kavka in cooperation with the Charles University of Prague, Faculty of Arts. This programme is supported by Erste Stiftung.

Popular culture and subcultures in the post-socialist societies of Central-Eastern and South-Eastern Europe

The main aim of this course is to introduce master and doctoral students to a set of questions linked to popular culture and subcultures in different countries across Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe. It focuses on the context of late state socialism and post socialism and provides a platform for interdisciplinary, innovative teaching of the social sciences and humanities, involving critical readings of cultural and post-socialist studies based in contemporary social theory and critique.

Lecturers:

Ondřej Daniel earned his PhD from the Institute of World History of the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague in 2012, where he specialised in post-socialism, nationalism, migration and popular culture. He currently works on topics related to subcultures and the urban-rural divide. His latest publication is Rock or Turbofolk: The Imagination of Migrants from the Former Yugoslavia (2013).
Tomáš Kavka earned his PhD from the Institute of Social and Economic History of the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague in 2013, where he specialised in belle époque elitist and popular culture. He currently studies gender and youth aspects of post-socialist popular culture. Together with Ondřej Daniel and Jakub Machek he co-authored a collective monograph entitled
Popular Culture in Czech Space (2013).

Guest lecturers:

  • Martin Škabraha (philosopher, Palacký University, Olomouc)
  • Martin Bastl (political scientist, Masaryk University, Brno)
  • Stanislav Holubec (historian and sociologist, Imre Kertész Kolleg, Jena University)
  • Reana Senjković (senior researcher, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb)
  • Robert Kulmiński (researcher and lecturer, University of Warsaw)
  • Gábor Egry (political scientist, Institute of Political History, Budapest)
  • Karel Šima (historian and anthropologist, Centre for the Study of Popular Culture, Prague)

Link: http://www.erstestiftung.org/patterns-lectures/#Czech_Republic