EEGA Colloquium: Christian Costamagna – 25 Years after the Kosovo War: Historical Research Perspectives

Within the framework of the EEGA colloquium EEGA fellow Christian Costamagna (Research Area 2) is going to present his research project 25 Years after the Kosovo War: Historical Research Perspectives.

Twenty-five years after the end of the Kosovo War, historical controversies of interpretative nature persist, reflecting the polarization that has emerged in memory politics concerning the conflict. The Kosovo War (1998-1999) encompassed various phases, dimensions, with both local and global actors involved. The conflict has generated an immense amount of historical sources, and scholars have conducted a substantial quantity of research. However, what is the current state of art? What archives and sources are available to historians? What interpretative and research challenges may arise? These questions will be addressed by Dr. Christian Costamagna, EEGA fellow, in light of his recent research.

Date: 24 April 2024, 5:15 – 6:45 pm (CEST)

Venue: Campus Augustusplatz SG SR & Online via ZOOM (Room Number and Link to register will follow soon)

This event is a cooperation with Kolloquium: Grundprobleme der Geschichte Ost- und Südosteuropas organized by Prof. Dr. Stefan Rohdewald.

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