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has received his bachelor’s degree in prehistoric archaeology at the “Ion Creangă” Pedagogical State University in Chișinău. He is research at the Freie Universität Berlin. Dissertation 2014 at the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Research focus: Late Pre-Roman Iron Age; Poienești-Lukaševka culture; intercultural relations.
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IHRIG Stefan
is a German historian and professor at the University of Haifa. His major publications include Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination (Harvard University Press, 2014), Justifying Genocide – Germany and the Armenians from Bismarck to Hitler (Harvard University Press, 2016), as well as his book on nationalism, national identity and history in Post-Soviet Moldova (in German, Wer sind die Moldawier?, Ibidem Press, 2008).

was a Law graduate in 1997. Since then, he has been actively involved in the cultural field: drafting Romanian cultural legal framework, being a parliamentary expert, developing and implementing over 30 national and international cultural projects. He is specialised in cultural management and professional training. Since 2011, he has been the doctor of Romanian Academy with the thesis dealing with legal protection of intangible heritage. He is the author of 6 literary and scientific works and of over 20 articles.

Ivanauskas, Vilius
was a senior research fellow in the Lithuanian Institute of History. He holds a Ph.D. degree in History. In 2012-2013 he was a Fulbright Scholar at UC Berkeley (US). His newest book, focusing on nationalism and Soviet writers (Framed Identity: Lithuanian Writers in the "Friendship of Nations" Empire) was published in 2015. His first book (The Lithuanian Nomenklatura in the Bureaucratic System: Between Stagnation and Dynamics (1969-1988)) was published in 2011. An article on writers was also published in the international journal Europe-Asia Studies (66, 2014). His research interests deal with Soviet intellectuals, nationalism on the Soviet peripheries, cultural elites and transformations in Lithuania.