The rise of nationalism in Europe: causes, effects, and comparison between Western and Eastern Europe

1st International Conference
of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Montenegro

in partnership with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe, University of Rijeka

SEE ‘Academia in Dialogue’ Series

The rise of nationalism in Europe: causes, effects, and comparison between Western and Eastern Europe

Podgorica, 8-9 October 2018


PROGRAM
October 7

19.00  | Reception dinner for participants

October 8, Day 1

Conference Venue: Rectorate, University of Montenegro

08.45-09.00  | Registration

09.00-09.30  | Welcome address

Ivan Vuković, Program Committee of the Conference, Mayor of Podgorica and Vice-Dean Faculty of Political Science, University of Montenegro

Max Brändle, Director at Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Office to Serbia and Montenegro

Petar Bojanić, Director of Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade and Center for Advanced Studies of Southeast Europe, University of Rijeka

09.30-10.30  | Keynote lecture

Wolfgang Merkel, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Germany, Right-wing Populism and its Challenge to Democracy in Europe

Moderator: Gazela Pudar Drasko, University of Belgrade

10.30-10.45  | Coffee break

10.45-12.00  | Session 1: Nationalist challenges in Southeast Europe

Participants:

Srdjan Radovic, Ethnographic Institute, Belgrade, Serbian Nationalism

Sead Turcalo, University of Sarajevo, Nationalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina

12.00-13.00  | Keynote lecture

Reinhard Heinisch, University of Salzburg, Everybody is a populist now! Myths, errors, and inflationary use of a new phenomenon

Moderator: Nemanja Stankov, University of Montenegro

13.00-15.00  | Lunch break

15.00-16.30  | Session 2: The Rise of the Radical Right in Europe

Participants:

Vedran Dzihic, oiip, Right-wing populist nationalism: Where and why (South) Eastern Europe and the „West“ come together

Nader Nourbakhsh, University of Tehran: Rise of the Far Right Extremism in Europe: Causes and Consequences

Arianna Piacentini, CAS SEE and University of Milan: Anti-immigrant United States of Europe? The populist representations of European culture and heritage and the South-North divide

16.30-17.00 | Coffee break

17.00-19.00 | Panel discussion Between East and West: Nationalism in Southeast Europe

Max Brändle, Director at Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Office to Serbia and Montenegro

Wolfgang Merkel, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Germany

Daphne Halikiopoulou, University of Reading, Great Britain

Zsolt Enyedi, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Petar Bojanić, Director of Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade and Center for Advanced Studies of Southeast Europe, University of Rijeka

Vedran Džihić, oiip

19.00 | Dinner for participants

October 9, Day 2

Conference Venue: Rectorate, University of Montenegro

09.00-10.00  | Keynote lecture

Zsolt Enyedi, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary: Populist Establishment

Moderator: Milivoj Beslin, University of Belgrade

10.00-11.30  | Session 4: The Rise of Nationalism in Europe: A Comparative Perspective

Jan Muś, Vistula University, Warsaw: Nationalism as a reply to liberal hegemony. PiS case

Wawrzyniec Konarski, Vistula University (Warsaw): Ethnicity, Nationalism and Politics in Central Europe: Selected Historical Traditions and Current Consequences

Almedina Vukic, University of Montenegro: Losing my region? Nationalism perceived through experience of central governments in the United Kingdom and Spain

11.30-11.45  | Coffee break

11.45-12.45  | Keynote lecture

Daphne Halikiopoulou, University of Reading, Great Britain, What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s new Nationalism? Explaining the rise of the far right in Europe

Moderator: Gazela Pudar Drasko, University of Belgrade

12.45-13.00  | Closing remarks

13:00  | Lunch break

After lunch | Excursion: Cruising in Bay of Kotor