Period of stay: From 1 June 2021 until 31 October 2021
Evaluation sheet for departing Fellows
- What would you consider to be the major benefits of your stay at IWM?
- meeting intellectuals from all around Europe
- discussing topical political and legal issues with first-class experts
- using an excellent institutional infrastructure for my research
- receiving feedback on my research
- broadening my horizons, particularly in the fields of philosophy and literature, as well as the interrelationship between art and science
- getting advice about academic job opportunities
- networking with law professors at the University of Vienna
- improving my proficiency in the German language
- Was the event programme of the IWM attractive and interesting for you?
Yes, it was both attractive and interesting.
- Do you have any criticisms of any aspect of the Institute’s program and operations?
Please include any suggestions for improvement.
- Is there anything else you would like to let us know regarding your stay at the IWM?
It is a great idea to have lunches included in the fellowship. They were delicious.
Final Report sheet for departing Fellows
As mentioned in the “Terms of Award” agreement, we would kindly ask you to submit your final report on your activities, travels, talks and accomplishments during your research stay. Please be as specific and concise as possible!
In particular, we may ask you to list books or essays that have been written or worked on at the IWM, that have either been published or accepted for publication or that you wish to submit for publication. Describe briefly the nature of the work and give names of publishers or publications, dates and other relevant facts.
We would be very grateful if you could provide us with a copy of your publication(s) for our library or, if this is not possible, contact our librarian with the publication details. We would also like to ask you to list any prizes or awards you have received or will receive, as well as any scholarships and grants you have received or will receive.
|No.||Activity||Organiser||Date||Form of participation|
|1||Monthly lecture ‘History of the Shoah and Politics of History in Post-Communist Lithuania’||IWM||08.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|2||Panel discussion ‘The Universe behind Barbed Wire: Reflections on the Human Rights Movement in Soviet Ukraine’||IWM||10.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|3||International legal conference ‘Legal (Un)Certainty of Occupation: Crimea and Donbas’||Global Rights Compliance (United Kingdom)||11.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|4||Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conference Summer 2021||IWM||21.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|5||‘Made in Taiwan, but who pays the price? How to tackle anticompetitive conduct within global values chains through competition and trade tools’, PhD thesis defence by Galyna Kostiukevych||European University Institute (Italy)||22.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|6||Annual Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany)||23.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|7||Seminar ‘Who Are Russia’s National Heroes? Politics of History and Monument Building in Putin’s Russia’||IWM||28.06.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|8||Panel Discussion ‘Inside Tyranny: Belarus and the Power and Non-power of State Terror’||IWM||01.07.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|9||The first draft of my article ‘Ukraine and the International Criminal Court: Between Realpolitik and Post-Truth Politics’||Journal of International Criminal Justice (United Kingdom)||05.07.2021||Submitted for peer review|
|10||Seminar ‘Polish Politics of Memory and Poetics of Unlived Future’||IWM||12.07.2021||Attended in person|
|11||Webinar ‘Casus belli or Involuntary Manslaughter: To What Does the Investigation Lean Seven Years after MH17 Had Been Shot Down?’||Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union (Ukraine)||15.07.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|12||Roundtable ‘International Criminal Law: Problems of Teaching and Research in Ukraine’ (in Ukrainian)||Centre for Civil Liberties and Ukrainian Association of International Law (Ukraine)||20.07.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|13||‘Constitutional Pluralism in the European Union: A Critical Reassessment’, PhD thesis defence by Marcin Barański||European University Institute (Italy)||26.07.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|14||My semi-structured interview for students of the Master’s programme in International and Comparative Education who are writing an academic article about former recipients of the Swedish Institute’s Visby scholarship||Stockholm University (Sweden)||19.08.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|15||Informal discussion with Olga Shparaga about the educational reform in Belarus||IWM||09.09.2021||Attended in person|
|16||Public debate ‘Belarus ein Jahr nach den Massenprotesten – wie weiter?’||IWM||10.09.2021||Attended in person|
|17||My chapter ‘Human Rights Rules and Principles in the Legal Regime of the International Criminal Court: Refining the Super-legality Approach’, based on my PhD at the European University Institute and presented at a conference in the Palacký University Olomouc in February 2021||Routledge (United Kingdom)||13.09.2021||Submitted for publication in an edited volume|
|18||My paper ‘Ukraine and the International Criminal Court: Between Realpolitik and Post-Truth Politics’ at the workshop ‘International Criminal Justice in an “Age of Misinformation”’||Northumbria University (United Kingdom)||16.09.2021||Presented via Zoom|
|19||Workshop ‘International Criminal Justice in an “Age of Misinformation”’||Northumbria University (United Kingdom)||16-17.09.2021||Attended via Zoom|
|20||Colloquium ‘The Afghan Crisis Reconsidered: Histories of Dispossession and Multiple Regimes of Belonging’||IWM||20.09.2021||Attended in person|
|21||Multimedia performance ‘Breath’ by Gloria Benedikt||IWM||20.09.2021||Attended in person|
|22||Lecture by Olga Tokarczuk ‘Literatur als Gedächtnis und Erinnerung’||Museum für angewandte Kunst||22.09.2021||Attended in person|
|23||Colloquium ‘Red Platonism? Kazimir Malevich and Russian Religious Philosophy’||IWM||27.09.2021||Attended in person|
|24||Panel discussion ‘The German Elections and Europe’s Future’||IWM||30.09.2021||Attended in person|
|25||Lecture ‘The Ratline – From Vienna and Back, with Love, Lies and Justice’||Museum für angewandte Kunst||05.10.2021||Attended in person|
|26||Conversation between Philippe Sands and Horst Wächter||Museum für angewandte Kunst||06.10.2021||Attended in person|
|27||Colloquium ‘Legacies of Silenced Atrocities: Lessons from Holodomor’||IWM||11.10.2021||Attended in person|
|28||Conference ‘International Criminal Law before Domestic Courts’||University of Vienna||14-15.10.2021||Attended in person|
|29||Monthly lecture ‘The Impossibility of Politics: Brecht, Manto and Two Itinerant Situations’||IWM||19.10.2021||Attended in person|
|30||Preparatory meeting for the Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conference||IWM||21.10.2021||Attended in person|
|31||Meeting with Professor Miloš Vec||University of Vienna||21.10.2021||Attended in person|
|32||Reciting poems at the Poetry Reading||IWM||27.10.2021||Presented in person|
|33||The second draft of my article ‘Ukraine and the International Criminal Court: Between Realpolitik and Post-Truth Politics’, with changes based on the peer reviewers’ feedback||Journal of International Criminal Justice (United Kingdom)||31.10.2021||Submitted for publication|