International conference ‘Transcultural Contact Zones in Ukraine: Borders, Conflicts, and Multiple Identities’

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In September 8-12, Nadiia Bureiko participated in the  annual Conference of the ‘Ukrainian Regionalism: A Research Platform‘ Network that this year was entitled ‘Transcultural Contact Zones in Ukraine: Borders, Conflicts, and Multiple Identities’ and took place in Uzhgorod

In September 8-12, Nadiia Bureiko participated in the  annual Conference of the ‘Ukrainian Regionalism: A Research Platform‘ Network that this year was entitled ‘Transcultural Contact Zones in Ukraine: Borders, Conflicts, and Multiple Identities’ and took place in Uzhgorod. The ‘Transcultural Contact Zones’ project brings together an international and interdisciplinary research team for the annual meeting in Ukraine. Coordinated by the University of St.Gallen (HSG)  in Switzerland,  the project is focused on the concept of transculturality by way of examining regionalism in Ukraine through various methodologies. Affiliated researchers include historians, sociologists, anthropologists, economists, literary scholars, and linguists from Ukraine, Switzerland, Poland, Austria, Estonia, the Czech Republic, Russia, Germany, Romania and the U.S.

Dr. Bureiko, member of  ‘Transcultural Contact Zones’ project  since 2015, spoke on the most recent data collected within the ‘Bukovyna as a Contact Zone’ research initiative and had a presentation on ‘The (un)salient role of language in the complexity of the relationships between the Romanian minority from Bukovina and Ukraine’ bringing empirical evidence on the perception of the newly adopted ‘Law on education’, particularly its article no7, in Ukraine.


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