Public lecture “Bukovinian Tolerance” – Understanding Local Narratives of Cultural Diversity in Chernivtsi” by Niklas Bernsand

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Within the series of scientific and educational activities initiated by NGO “Quadrivium”, in May 17, 2016 coordinator of the Centre for European Studies at the University of Lund (Sweden) Niklas Bernsand was invited to read a public lecture on “Bukovinian tolerance” – understanding local narratives of cultural diversity in Chernivtsi”.

Within the series of scientific and educational activities initiated by NGO “Quadrivium”, in May 17, 2016 coordinator of the Centre for European Studies at the University of Lund (Sweden) Niklas Bernsand was invited to read a public lecture on “Bukovinian Tolerance” – Understanding Local Narratives of Cultural Diversity in Chernivtsi”. The lecture was organized at Mykhailo Ivasyuk Regional Universal Scientific Library.

The lecture was devoted to the study of contemporary local memory in post-Soviet Chernivtsi with regard to the cultural diversity of the city in the pre-war period.

Swedish researcher Niklas Bernsand introduced his own understanding of cultural diversity of old Chernivtsi, often called the “Bukovinian tolerance”, based on research conducted in Chernivtsi, as well as materials related to the branding of the city, thus showing a multidimensional displays of local discourse.

Presentation of the lecture (in Ukrainian) can be found here


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