Belarus and Ukraine in the Context of the Spatial Dimension of Globalisation: State, Capital, Territoriality
December 4-5, 2009
Center for Urban History, Lviv
The seminar was a presentation of the work done in the frame of a one-year research project on this topic funded by the Center for Advanced Studies and Education (CASE), Vilnius. 7 researchers from different countries presented their work exploring emergent spaces and the relations between them in contemporary Belarus and Ukraine under four main rubrics:
- Restructuring of capital cities
- Socio-spatial outcomes of the external EU border regime
- Spaces of leisure/consumption
- Music festivals and the new regimes of territorialization
Research Team: Siarhei Liubimau (Warsaw-Vilnius), Banjamin Cope (Warsaw-Vilnius), Myroslava Keryk (Lviv-Warsaw), Liudmyla Males (Kyiv), Jakub Grygar (Praha-Brno), Dmitriy Korenko (Minsk-Vilnius), Olga Blackledge (Dublin-Kharkiv).
The seminar was accompanied by a presentation of the recently published book on East European urban spaces "P.S. Landscapes: Optics of Urban Studies" (Vilnius: EHU) and a round table discussion on future directions for urban studies in the Central East Europe Region.
The program of the seminer can be downloaded here (in Russian).