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Introductory Seminar

Monday 2nd June, 3pm

Amory C417, Streatham Campus, The University of Exeter

Work began on the 1989 after 1989 project in January 2014 and the team of six researchers will be presenting their work at an Introductory Seminar on Monday 2nd June at 3pm in Amory C417. All are welcome to attend.

The team are particularly interested in promoting interdisciplinary research and creating links with those interested in understanding this moment of major political, economic and cultural transformation from different regional perspectives – Germany to Kazakhstan and from Latin America to sub-Saharan Africa.

The following research projects will be presented:

Dr Raluca Grosescu – Transitional Justice in Post-Dictatorial Eastern Europe and Latin America

Dr Nelly Bekus – The After-Life of the Socialist Legacy in Post-Soviet Capital Cities

Dr Ned Richardson-Little – Human Rights in the Global 1989

Dr Ljubica Spaskovska – The End of Yugoslavia as a Global Project

Anna Calori – Experience and Understanding of Economic Transformation in States in the Former Yugoslavia


For more information about this seminar please contact Natalie Taylor, Project Co-ordinator –