"Să gândești este dificil.
De aceea majoritatea oamenilor judecă."
Carl Jung

IONUT COJOCARU

2012 / 17 septembrie

Yesterday, Today,Tomorrow and the Change

Carnet de istoric

Asa cum anuntat cu cateva luni in urma, Universitatea Suleyman Sah impreuna cu colaboratorii sai printre care si Universitatea Europei de Sud Est Lumina au ajuns pe ultima suta de metri cu pregatirile pentru Simpozionul cu tema din titlu, dedicat exclusiv Balcanilor. Atasez mai jos programul. Pentru mai multe detalii, apasati aici:

SESSION I (DAY I, 14:00-15:30)

VENUE: C-309

Subject: Identity

Presentation 1

Nation, Nationalism and National Identities in Balkan

Prof. Dr. Gjergj Sinani

University of Tirana, Albania

Presentation 2

Albanian University Students` Ethnic Distance and Ethnic Stereotypes towards other Balkan Nations

Prof. Dr. Theodhori Karaj, Prof. As. Edmond Rapti

University of Tirana, Albania

Presentation 3

Preserving Self-Identity within the Balkan Mental Constructs

Dr. Marius Nica

Oil and Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania

Presentation 4

The Role of Sociology on Building up Citizens

Aida Serjanaj Merhori

National Agency of Exams, Albania

Presentation 5

About Distinction and Transitivity between Person and Thing in the Social Context of the Balkan Subject

Slavica Srbinovska

Ss.Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia

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VENUE: A-201

Subject: Cultural Studies

Presentation 1

The Balkans as an Imaginary Place: Balkanisms and Discourses of Metonymy

Assist. Prof. Dr. Todor Todorov

“St. Kliment Ohridski” University Sofia, Bulgaria

Presentation 2

Martyr-Artist Hasan Rıza (1858-1913): His Paintings with Balkan Subject and Their Effects to Time

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mutlu Erbay

Boğaziçi University, Turkey

Presentation 3

Importance of the Museums on the Cultural Identity Studies of the Balkans (1990-2011)

Prof. Dr. Fethiye Erbay

İstanbul University, Turkey

Presentation 4

Cultural Heritage Projects and Problems for the Historical Monuments in the Balkans

Dr. Özer Nuri Erbay

Boğaziçi University, Turkey

Presentation 5

Pottery as a Full Time Employment: Comparative Studies on Balkan, Turkish and Latvian Traditional Pottery

Valentins Petjko, Researcher

Latvia

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SESSION II (DAY I, 16:00-17:30)

VENUE: A-201

Subject: Political Science

Presentation 1

Why Don’t You Remember? Five Major Misconceptions on the Debate over the Ethnic Cleansing of Balkan Muslims

Assist. Prof. Dr. Şener Aktürk

Koç University, Türkiye

Presentation 2

The War of National Liberation Army in the Karadak of Kumanovo in 2001 (Republic of Macedonia) according to the British Press

Fati Iseni, Major

Studenichani, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 3

(Lack Of) Return to the Divided Society: Bosnian Post-Refugee Transnationalism as a Response to Post-Dayton Bosnia

Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic

University of Dublin, Ireland

Presentation 4

Refugees in Macedonia as a Consequence of the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zecir Ramcilovic

Yahya Kemal College, Republic of Macedonia

Lidija Gjurkovska

Institute of National History, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 5

Turks’ Political Participation in the Western Thrace and Bulgaria

Uğur Baran Hanağası

Bilgi University, Turkey

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VENUE: A-301

Subject: Anthropology-Folklore

Presentation 1

Anthropological Research of Continuity and Change in the Eastern Adriatic and the Balkan Region

Prof. Dr. Pavao Rudan

Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts/University of Zagreb, Croatia

Prof. Dr. Anita Sujoldzic

Institute for Anthropological Research, Croatia

Presentation 2

The Oldest European Inscriptions are written in Pelasgian/Albanian Language

Prof. Dr. Luftulla Peza, Dr. Liljana Peza

Vitrina University, Albania

Presentation 3

Albanian and Turkish Heroes in the Hungarian Historical Songs of the 16th Century

Dr. Judit Papp

University of Naples “L’Orientale”, Italy

Presentation 4

The Folk Regions of Bulgaria

Dr. Anelia Ivanova Iotova

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Presentation 5

Karadjordje Petrović: History and Myth: The Influence of the Epic Song on the History of Karadjordje

Neil Innes Burns

University College Dublin, Ireland

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VENUE: C-309

Subject: History-Literature

Presentation 1

The Representation of the Forced Assimilation Process (“the Revival Process”) in the Literature of Bulgaria

Assist. Prof. Dr. Hasine Şen

Istanbul University, Turkey

Presentation 2

The Byzantine Illusion towards a Balkanic Aristocracy between Decay and the Nostalgia of Mythic Organs in Mateiu Caragiale Novel “The Old Court Libertines”

Dr. Roxana Zanea

University of Bucarest, Romania

Presentation 3

The Bulgarian Diplomat Dimitar Rizov and His Book “Revival in Turkey. How can it be achieved?”

Nadezhda Vasileva

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Presentation 4

The Crucial Pamphlet: ‘The Bulgarian Horrors and the Question of the East’ by William Ewart GLADSTONE

Fahriye Begüm Yıldızeli

University of Exeter, UK

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SESSION III (DAY II, 09:00-10:30)

VENUE: C-309

Subject: Social Sciences

Presentation 1

The Emigration of Population in Gjirokastra Region after 1990, Impacts and Consequences

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Valbona DURI

“Eqrem Çabej” University, Albania

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bilal Draci

University of Tirana, Albania

Presentation 2

The Geographical Dynamics and Characteristics of Turkish FDI in the Balkans

Assist. Prof. Dr. Istvan Egresi, Fatih Kara

Fatih University, Turkey

Presentation 3

Ethnocultural Dimensions of the Labor Migrations from Bulgaria to Turkey Since 1990

Dr. Yelis Erolova Ahmedova

Bulgarian Academy of Science, Bulgaria

Presentation 4

The Balkans on Maps: The Uses of Maps through the Representation of the Peninsula from the Middle Ages to the 19th century

Spyridon Gkounis

Ionian University, Greece

Presentation 5

Preservation of Turkish Language through Literature Expressions in Balkan

Harun Baştuğ, Alma Milisic

International Burch University, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Presentation 6

Effects of Turkish TV Series upon Public Impressions about Turkish Language in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Harun Baştuğ

International Burch University, Bosnia And Herzegovina

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VENUE: A-201

Subject: Political Science

Presentation 1

Freedom of Expression and Media Reality in Republic of Macedonia

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Liljana Siljanovska

South East European University, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 2

Law in the Periphery

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ivo Hristov

Bulgaria

Presentation 3

The Criminal Law of Public Order as a Guardian of Public Interest

Dr. Altin Shegani

University of Tirana, Albania

Presentation 4

After Cold War Albania and its Legacies of the past: Transition and Consolidation to Democracy

Elona Rusi Karacalarlı

Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey

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VENUE: A-301

Subject: Multiculturalism

Presentation 1

Intercultural Education – Institutional Dialogue among Institutions

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emil Buzov

Veliko Tarnovo University “St. Kiril and Metodii”, Bulgaria

Presentation 2

Intercultural Education and Children’s Musical Experience

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Penka Marcheva

University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria

Presentation 3

Look, They Are The Same As We Are, But They Are Muslims… So that’s it…

The Case of Macedonians with Muslim Religion Today

Dr. Mirjana Mirchevska

Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 4

Allowing For Diversities – A Thinking Styles Perspective

Amir Pušina
University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Azamat Akbarov

International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Presentation 5

Slavery, Conversion and Empire: Cross-Cultural and Inter-Religious Dialogue on the Ottoman-Venetian Borderland in the Balkans (15th -17th c.)

Klemen Pust

University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia

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SESSION IV (DAY II, 11:00-12:30)

VENUE: A-201

Subject: Security Studies

Presentation 1

The Risk of Terrorism and Nuclear Proliferation in the Wider Black Sea Region.

A Strategic Approach

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cristian Barna

National Intelligence Academy, Romania

Presentation 2

Smart Defense: Opportunities for Cooperation in Southeast Europe

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dimitar Dimitrov, Dr. Georgi Penchev

University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria

Presentation 3

Revisiting the Deadlock in the UN Security Council over NATO Intervention in Kosovo

Dr. Alexandru Lucinescu

Spiru Haret University, Romania

Presentation 4

Conflict Resolution in Macedonia: The Role of Third Parties and External Actors

Dr. Christina Eva Griessler

Andrássy University, Hungary

Presentation 5

The Process of Stabilization and Reconstruction in Kosovo under the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo

Paulina Szelag

The Jagiellonian University, Poland

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VENUE: A-301

Subject: European Union

Presentation 1

Aspects of the Model for Formation of Reflexive Picture of the Language of the Press in Bulgaria after Its EU Accession

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Maria Alexieva

Burgas Free University, Bulgaria

Presentation 2

PR Activism in Bulgaria after its EU Accession

Assist. Prof. Dr. Milen Filipov

Burgas Free University, Bulgaria

Presentation 3

European Union Enlargement to Balkans the Reflections on Turkey

Dr. Ahmet Salih İkiz

Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, Turkey

Presentation 4

From Rigas Ferraios to the European Union; Political and Socioeconomic Initiatives that United Balkans

Kyriazis Vasileios

Greece

Presentation 5

Re-assessment of the Post-Western European Union’s Influence on the Balkans

Yılmaz Kaplan

The University of York, UK

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VENUE: C-309

Subject: Multiculturalism

Presentation 1

Integrated Education and Social Cohesion in Multicultural Societies:

The Case of Republic of Macedonia

Prof. Dr. Violeta Petroska-Beshka, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nikolina Kenig

University of “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 2

Scientific Construction of History and Its Mutual Acceptance as an Essential Element in the Process of Building Bridges of Cooperation and Integration of the Peoples of the Balkan.
Dr. Sinani Mirela

University of Tirana, Albania

Presentation 3

Impact of Higher Education on Community: Case of SEEU’s Impact on Albanian Community in Macedonia

Mirjana Sejdini, Teuta Iljazi

South East European University, Republic of Macedonia

Presentation 4

Contributions of the Non-governmental and Governmental Organizations to Bosnian and Turkish Societies

İlker Akkaya

International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Presentation 5

What a Man Should Know According To Gjorgji Pulevski and His Dictionary – A Glimpse upon the Mentality of a Balkan Man from 19th Century Macedonia

Olimpia Dragouni

University of Warsaw, Poland

SESSION V (DAY II, 14:00-15:30)

VENUE: C-309

Subject: Woman and Family

Presentation 1

The Globalization and Its Impact on Family

Prof. Dr. Mazllum Baraliu

University of Prizren, Republic of Kosovo

Presentation 2

Albanian Female Memories in Region of the Attica: Understanding the Relationships and Differences between Genders through the Dressing of Arvanitic Society

Assist Prof. Dr. Gasouka Maria, Arvanitidou Zoi

University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Greece

Presentation 3

Quality of Family Life during the Communist Regime in Romania

Dr. Selami Ahmet Salgur

The University Of South East Europe Lumina, Romania

Presentation 4

Interwar Balkan Feminine Cooperation

Christina Paiusan-Nuica

Dr. Theodora Stanescu-Stanciu

Spiru Haret University, Romania

Presentation 5

If I Could Cry: A Case Study on Marital Violence against Women in Albania

Brikena Qafa-Osmani

IIU Malaysia

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VENUE: A-301

Subject: International Relations

Presentation 1

Balkan Conferences (1930-1933) – Significant Moments in the History of This Geographical Region States

Prof. Dr. Ioan Scurtu

Romania

Presentation 2

The Economic Development, Understanding and Mutual Respect of Freedoms and Human Rights, Rule of Law and Integration in Euro-Atlantic Family, Are Conditions for Peace in the Balkans. The Albania Case

Prof. Dr. Shezai Rrokaj

Albania

Presentation 3

Role and Place of the Balkan Entente in the European Space. Negotiations.

Turkish-Romanian Cooperation

Assoc. Prof. Ionuţ Cojocaru

Lumina University, Romania

Presentation 4

A New Paradigm for Understanding Deterrence

Assist. Prof. Dr. Lucian Ştefăniță Grigore, Assist. Prof. Dr. Anton Soloi

Lumina University, Romania

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VENUE: A-201

Subject: Cultural Studies

Presentation 1

Tradition and Modernity as Factors for Divisions and Conflicts in the Balkans

Prof. DSc. Vassil Prodanov

University for National and World Economy, Bulgaria

Presentation 2

The Cultural Richness and Natural Diversity in District of Permet in Southern of Albania

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Albina Sinani

“Eqrem Çabej” University, Albania

Presentation 3

Turkish Cultural Influences in the Urban Symbolic Ecology of Skopje

Lea Linin

University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia

Presentation 4

Exploring Community in the Balkan Context – A Case Study in Albania and Kosovo

Natyra Agani, Brad Hornback

Clemson University, USA

Presentation 5

Homogeneity and Diversity of Cultural Landscape in Ethno-geographical Region Ana e Malit

Ylber Dyli

Tirana University, Albania

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SESSION VI (DAY II, 16:00-17:30)

VENUE: A-201

Subject: Education

Presentation 1

The Effect of Demographics on Accessibility to ICTs: Case of Albanian Youngsters

Lindita Mukli, Rezarta Mersini

„Aleksander Moisiu” University of Durres, Albania

Presentation 2

Teachers and Interactive Technologies

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yanka R. Totseva

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vance S. Bojkov

University of Nis, Serbia

Presentation 3

Teacher Education in Turkey and Belarus: Common Problems and Possible Solutions

Assist. Prof. Dr. Cengiz Şimşek

Fatih University, Turkey

Alena Lugovtsova

Maxim Tank State Pedagogical University, Belarus

Tatiana Krasnova

Maxim Tank State Pedagogical University, Belarus

Presentation 4

Teaching Styles Preferences at Higher Educational Institutions

Case Study: International Burch University, International University of Sarajevo, University of Travnik

Nudžejma Obralić, Almasa Mulalić

International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Presentation 5

It Support: Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Merdžana Obralic, Mubera Tabakovic, Fatima Jasarevic

International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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VENUE: C-309

Subject: Economics, Management

Presentation 1

Balkan Knowledge Management: A Conceptual Model and Practical Guidelines

Prof. Dr. Meliha Handzic

Suleyman Sah University, Turkey

Presentation 2

Are Shocks to Energy Consumption Permanent or Temporary?

The Case of 10 Balkan States

Assist. Prof. Dr. Burcu Özcan

Fırat University, Turkey

Presentation 3

Albanian Economy: Yesterday, Today and the Change

Dr. Donila Pipa

Albania

Presentation 4

Business Process Management and Ranging in Higher Education in South Eastern European Countries that are not

Members of the European Union

Dr. Tarik Obralic

University of Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bahra Plojovic

International University of Novi Pazar, Republic of Serbia

Presentation 5

The Impact of Foreign Ownership on Wage Inequality in Macedonia

Merita Zulfiu Alili

SEE University, Republic of Macedonia

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