The Cantemir Institute (CI) is a recently established center of research at the Faculty of History, University of Oxford, which focuses on the interdisciplinary study of Central and Eastern Europe in its wider European, Eurasian, Mediterranean, and global contexts. The creation of the institute has been made possible through a generous donation from the Berendel Foundation, London. This Institute aims to reflect the legacy of intercultural humanism.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: University of Oxford
|Bygone Glories and Frivolous Pleasures: The Rococo Revival and National Identity in Austrian and Hungarian Art, 1840-1860||00:45:00|
|Utopia and Terror: How interdisciplinary methodologies can help us understand violent societies. The example of Croatian Ustasha regime||00:42:00|
|Abbasid Culture and the Universal History of Freethinking||00:46:00|
|Encountering and Appropriating Cityscapes: Lviv and Wroclaw after 1944/45||00:52:00|
|Family systems in historic Poland-Lithuania: Demographic perspectives on civilisational divide in Eastern Europe||01:03:00|
|Two opposed catholic nationalisms: Ukrainian Galicians in the Second Polish Republic (1923-1939)||00:30:00|
|Institutional hypocrisy: the Imperial Diet in the 18th century – a German Sonderweg?||00:48:00|
|Modernist Writing and Modernist Events: Fictions of Holocaust||00:57:00|
|Transformational Leap as the basic Metaphor of Russian Sonderweg Theories||00:46:00|
|Marxism and the Kemalist ‘Sonderweg’ (through the eyes of the Turkish Communist poet Nazim Hikmet)||00:56:00|
|Majorities and Minorities in Interwar Timişoara: Between Fictive and Ethnicity and Ideal Nation||00:50:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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