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Dr. Ana Kladnik

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

ana.kladnik@mailbox.tu-dresden.de

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Akademische Laufbahn

  • 2013 Promotion an der Universität Ljubljana im Fach Geschichte
  • 10/1996–9/2003 Studium der Geschichte und Soziologie an der Universität Ljubljana

Berufserfahrung

  • Seit 10/2017 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Hannah-Arendt-Institut, TU Dresden
  • 2/2017–9/2017 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am ZZF Potsdam
  • 10/2016–1/2017 Gastprofessur an der Universität Liverpool
  • 7/2016–9/2016 Fellow, Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena
  • 1/2016–6/2016 Postdoc-Fellow, Universität Sarajewo
  • 10/2014–12/2015 Fellow, ZZF Potsdam
  • 2/2012–9/2014 Professur an der Karls-Universität Prag
  • 1/2011–6/2011 Vertretungsprofessur an der Universität Pittsburgh
  • 9/2010–8/2011 Gast-Fellow, European Union Center of Excellence, European Studies Center, Universität Pittsburgh
  • 9/2007–8/2010 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Zeitgeschichte Prag
  • 9/2006–8/2007 EU-Projekt-Managerin und wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Museum für Zeitgeschichte Celje
  • 9/2003–12/2004 EU-Projekt-Managerin in der Gemeinde Velenje

Sprachkenntnisse

  • Slowenisch (Muttersprache)
  • Englisch (verhandlungssicher)
  • Bosnisch/Kroatisch/Serbisch (verhandlungssicher)
  • Tschechisch (fließend)
  • Slowakisch (fließend)
  • Deutsch (fließend)

Forschungs- und Lehrschwerpunkte


  • Moderne Europäische Geschichte (Mittel- und Südosteuropa)
  • Urbangeschichte
  • Sozialismus
  • Transformation
  • Sozial- und Kulturgeschichte

Forschungsprojekte

  • Gesamtprojekt: Ehrenamtliche Arbeit in lokalen Gemeinden zwischen Staatssozialismus und liberalem Kapitalismus. Die Geschichte der Freiwilligen Feuerwehr in Deutschland und Ostmitteleuropa 1980-2000 (DFG / FWF: D-A-CH Programm)
  • Teilprojekt zu Sozialistische Republik Slowenien und Autonome Provinz Vojvodina / Slowenien und Serbien  

Stipendien und Preise

  • 7/2016–9/2016 Fellow, Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena
  • 1/2016–6/2016 Postdoc-Stipendium des Erasmus Mundus – JoinEU-SEE>PENTA
  • 11/2014–12/2015 Postdoc-Stipendium des DAAD-Leibniz
  • 1/2013–7/2013 Fellow, ZZF Potsdam
  • 10/2009–6/2010 Erasmus-Promotionsstipendium, Schlesische Universität Opava
  • 9/2007–8/2010 Promotionsstipendium der Volkswagen Stiftung
  • 1/2005–6/2005 Erasmus Stipendium, Schlesische Universität Kattowitz
  • 8/2003 Stipendium DAAD, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • 10/2001–6/2002 Stipendium der Slowakischen Republik, Comenius-Universität Bratislava

Gutachtertätigkeiten

  • Seit 11/2018 wissenschaftliche Gutachtertätigkeit für „Contemporary European History“
  • Seit 11/2018 wissenschaftliche Gutachtertätigkeit für “Research Assessment of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Prague“
  • Seit 12/2018 wissenschaftliche Gutachtertätigkeit für „Grant Agency of Charles University, Prague”

Organisationstätigkeit

  • Organisation der internationalen Tagung „Voluntary Work, Volunteering and Voluntary Associations in Southeastern Europe (1980–2000)“ am ZRC SAZU Ljubljana, 22./23.3.2018
  • Organisation der internationalen Tagung „How Long are New Towns New? European Post-War New Towns as Authentic Places in a Comparative Perspective”, am ZZF Potsdam, 23./24.2.2017
  • Organisation des Panels “(Crossing) Boundaries of Thought, Identity and Solidarity. Workers in Bohemia and Czechoslovakia, 1914–1960” am ASEEES, New Orleans, November 2012
  • Organisation des Panels “New Towns East, West and In-Between” am EAUH, Prague, 30.8.2012
  • Organisation des Panels “Non-Alignment and the World Communist Movement” am ASEEES, Washington D.C., November 2011
  • Organisation der internationalen Tagung “Rethinking Late Socialism. Socio- Cultural Change and Political Legitimacy in Eastern Europe since the 1960s” am Institut für Geschichte in Sarajevo, Bosnien und Herzegowina, 23.–25.6.2010
  • Organisation der internationalen Tagung “Modern Dictatorship as a Practice and Experience. New Approaches in the Study of Authoritarian Regimes in Central and South-Easter Europe in the 20thCentury” am Institut für Geschichte, Koper, Slowenien, 9./10.10.2008

Funktionen und Mitgliedschaften

  • Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
  • Deutscher Historikerverband
  • Centre for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism (Pula, Kroatien)
  • European Association for Urban History (EAUH)
  • International Association for Southeast European Anthropology (InASEA)

PUBLIKATIONEN

Herausgeberschaften

  • Perspektiva sove: Šaleški študentski klub, včeraj, danes, jutri, Šaleški razgledi, Velenjska knjižna fundacija, Velenje 2003 (zus.mit Aleš Črnič).

Aufsätze in Zeitschriften

  • Cultural Heritage of Post-Socialist New Towns. A Comparison of Eisenhüttenstadt and Velenje. In: Mesto a dejiny, (2016) 2, S. 50–67, (zus. mit Andreas Ludwig).
  • The Wind Blows in the Northeast-Southeast Direction. Construction of Nová Dubnica nad Váhom in Slovakia and Velenje in Slovenia. In: HOP, Historie-Otázky-Problémy, (2010) 2, S. 135–143.

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden

  • Freiwilliges Engagement in der langen Geschichte der „Wende“: Der Fall der Freiwillige Feuerwehren in Slowenien (zus. mit Thomas Lindenberger). In: Christine Krüger/ Nicole Kramer (Hg.), The Changing Nature of Participation and Solidarity: Voluntary Action, Volunteering, an NGOs in Contemporary History, Historische Zeitschrift, Oldenbourg 2019 (in Druck).
  • A Smouldering Fire: The National, Political and Gender Adaptations of Volunteer Firefighters in Interwar Yugoslavia. In: Fabio Giomi/Stefano Petrungaro (Hg.), Voluntary Associations in Yugoslavia, 1918–1941. European Review of History: Revue Européenne d’Histoire, Special Issue, 26 (2019) 1. [online]
  • Dobri Dol – Sweet Village. Albanians, Kiosk Culture and Urbanization in Socialist Slovenia. In: Ruža Fotiadis/Vladimir Ivanović/Radina Vučetić (Hg.), „Brotherhood and Unity at the Kitchen Table? Cooking, Cuisine and Food Culture in Socialist Yugoslavia”, Central European University Press,  Budapest 2019 (in Druck).
  • A Quest for New Paradigms and the Use of Different Methodologies in the Case of New Towns and Settlements in Socialist Slovenia. In: Lada Duraković/Andrea Matošević (Hg.), Socialism on the Bench. Cultural and Historical Interpretations of Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Societies, Srednja Europa Zagreb, Zagreb 2013, S. 214–236.
  • Towns with a Rich Future or What Austrians Discovered from their Socialist Neighbors. Tourism in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia in about 1960. In: Linda Erker/Alexander Salzmann/Lucile Dreidemy/Klaudija Sabo (Hg.), Update! Perspektiven der Zeitgeschichte, Studien Verlag, Innsbruck 2012, S. 503–509.
  • Srce, roke in lopata. Delo in življenje v socialističnem mestu. [Heart, Hands, and a Dipper. Work and Life in a Socialist Town]. In: Jure Gašparič/Eduard Kubu (Hg.), Slovenes and Czechs in Modern Era, Charles University Prague/Institute for Contemporary History Ljubljana, Ljubljana 2010, S. 320–353.
  • Happy Living in a New Socialist Town. Construction, Distribution, Management, and Living in Apartments in Post-War Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. In: Marc Schalenberg/Arnold Bartetzky (Hg.), Urban planning and pursuit of happiness, Jovis Verlag GmbH, Berlin 2009, S. 116–127.

Rezensionen

  • Rez. zu. Tagung: How Long are New Towns New? European Post-War New Towns as Authentic Places in a Comparative Perspective, Ana Kladnik und Andreas Ludwig. In: Moderne Stadtgeschichte (MSG), (2017) 2, S. 159–163.
  • Rez. zu: Tagung: Socialism on the Bench. Cultural and Historical Interpretations of Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Societies, Centre for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism. In: Journal of Social History, (2016) 3, S. 319–325.
  • Rez. zu: Work in the Soviet Artic, Alan Barenberg. In: Second World Urbanity vom 15.6.2015. [online]
  • Rez. zu: Josip Vošnjak, Malina Schmidt-Snoj. In: Ampak : mesečnik za kulturo, politiko in gospodarstvo, (2004) 6/7, S. 88 f.

Pressebeiträge

  • Podcast, A New Town in Socialist Yugoslavia in comparative perspective, The Southeast Passage, A Podcast about the History and the Society of the Balkans and Beyond vom 6.4.2017. [online]
  • Stanovanje za naše potrebe. In: Naš čas vom 14.9.2006, S. 12.
  • Floskula, da bo vse rešila stroka, je alibi za potuhnjenost : pogovor s profesorjem slovaške književnosti in prevajalcem Andrejem Rozmanom. Ampak : mesečnik za kulturo, politiko in gospodarstvo (zus. mit Špela Šramel), (2006) 3, S. 43–49.
  • Šoštanjski industrialci. In: Naš čas vom 18.1.2006, S. 10.
  • Vse je pogojeno s pokrajino, tu pa so majhni grički: intervju z arhitektom Janezom Trenzem. In: Naš čas vom 21.4.2005, S. 10.

Weitere Veröffentlichungen

  • Šaleška dolina v izbranem časopisju v letih 1914–1918: raziskovalna naloga, Gibanje Mladi raziskovalci za razvoj Šaleške doline, J. Kotnik,Velenje 2001.

Übersetzungen

  • Socialistična diktatura kot miselni svet. uvodne opombe k splošnim karakteristikam projekta in razlogom za njegov nastanek, Zgodovina za vse : vse za zgodovino, Celje 2009 (Tschechisch/Slowenisch).
  • Socialistična diktatura kot miselni svet. uvodne opombe k splošnim karakteristikam projekta in razlogom za njegov nastanek, Contributions, Institute for Contemporary History, Ljubljana 2008 (Tschechisch/Slowenisch).

VORTRÄGE

Konferenzen

  • “Between the Habsburg and Karadjordjević: Nationalisation and Democratisation from Bellow in post-WWI ‘Slovenian′ Styria”, Aufbruch zu Demokratie und Nationalstaatlichkeit in Mittel- und Ostmitteleuropa? Aktuelle Forschungen mit Fokus auf die lokale Ebene (1917–1923), Hannah-Arendt-Institut für Totalitarismusforschung e.V. und Masaryk-Institut – Archiv der AV ČR Prag, Dresden, 3.12.2018
  • “(Male) Comradery Contested: Voluntary Firefighters and the Role of Emotions during the 1990s Yugoslav Wars and Post-Socialist Transformation”, 9 th Conference of International Association for Southeast European Anthropology (InASEA), Zadar, 28.9.2018
  • “From open to closed society? Local practices of division and integration in Serbia and Slovenia (1985–2000)”, Panel: Einheit oder Spaltung durch Transformation? Erfahrungen und Narrative einer langen Geschichte des (post)kommunistischen Umbruchs in Zentraleuropa (organisiert von Kerstin Brückweh, Michal Kopeček, Thomas Lindenberger), 52. Deutscher Historikertag, Münster, 26.9.2018
  • “Material Culture of the Fire Engines, Material Culture of the Consumer Society in Slovenia”, Institut für Zeitgeschichte Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 13.6.2018
  • “Voluntary Firefighting Associations and the Reorganisation of the System of Protection and Rescue in Slovenian Local Communities around 1990“, Voluntary Work, Volunteering and Voluntary Associations in Southeast Europe, 1980–2000, HAIT, TU Dresden, ZRC SAZU Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 23.3.2018
  • “New Socialist towns 1970s-19080s in East Central Europe“, Panel: Pre-Planned Model Cities (organisiert von Rosemary Wakeman und Gábor Sonkoly), European Association for Urban History (EAUH), Helsinki, 26.8.2016
  • “Cultural Heritage of the Post-Socialist New Towns“ (zus. mit Andreas Ludwig), Panel: Cultural heritage of the Post-totalitarian cities: 20th and 21st Centuries (organisiert von Andrea Pokludova und Martin Pekar), European Association for Urban History (EAUH), Helsinki, 25.8.2016
  • “Voluntary Work and History from Bellow in Late Socialist Slovenia: The Case of Volunteer Fire Departments“, Panel: The history of Labour in Yugoslav late socialism (organisers Rory Archer and Goran Mušić), 2nd International Conference Socialism on the Bench Socialism, Center for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism, Pula, 2.10.2015
  • “The Regulation of Leisure for Building a New Town Center in Socialist Slovenia«”, Panel: Urban Villagers: everyday life, leisure and socialist Cities (organisiert von Sándor Horváth), International Congress of Historical Sciences (CISH), Jinan (China), 26.8.2015
  • “A Quest for New Paradigms and the Use of Different Methodologies in the Case of New Towns and Settlements in Socialist Slovenia”, 1st International Conference Socialism on the Bench Socialism, Center for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism, Pula, 6.12.2013
  • “Whose Globalization? New Towns in Socialist Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia and in the Post-Colonial World”, Panel: New Towns East, West and In-Between (organisiert von Muriel Blaive und Ana Kladnik), European Association for Urban History (EAUH), Prag, 30.8.2012
  • “Rhythms of Africa and Cuba on the Dance Floors of New Socialist Towns: Visitors and Delegations in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia in the Early 1960s”, Panel: Non-Alignment and the World Communist Movement (organisiert von Johanna Bockman und Ana Kladnik), ASEEES, Washington, D.C., November 2011
  • “Women Between Self-Management and Command Economy”, Panel: Moving Consumption, Update! Perspektiven der Zeitgeschichte, Zeitgeschichtetage 2010, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Universität Wien, Wien, 27.5.2010
  • “The Newly Privileged Proletariat: Biographies from a Company Town in Yugoslavia (1945–1965)”, Panel: Company Towns, Company Lives: Producing Communities in 20th Century Eastern Europe (organisiert von Mary Neuburger), ASEEES, Boston, MA., November 2009
  • “Nationalization as a Mode for Social Transformation: A Case of the New Socialist Towns in Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia”, Institute of Oral History, Department of Contemporary History and International Relations, Babeş-Bolyai-University of Cluj- Napoca, Research Group “Socialist Dictatorship as a World of Meaning” at Institute of Contemporary History Prague & Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam, Babeş-Bolyai-University, King Ferdinand Hall, Faculty of History and Philosophy, Cluj-Napoca, 23.10.2009
  • “Meaning of Voluntary and Hard Work in Building a Socialist Town of Havířov”, Tenth Annual Czech Studies Workshop, Columbia University, New York, 2.5.2009
  • “The Politics of Gender and the Use of Goods in the Everyday Life of a ‘Socialist Town′ in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia in the 1950s and early 1960s”, Panel: Consumerism & Gender in Socialist states (1950s–1980s) (organisiert von Árpád von Klimó), ASEEES, Philadelphia, PA., Philadelphia, November 2008
  • “Building a Socialist Town in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia”, Modern Dictatorship as a Practice and experience. New Approaches in the Study of Authoritarian Regimes in Central and South-Eastern Europe in the 20th Century, Forschungsprojekt „Sozialistische Diktatur als Sinnwelt“ (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam und Institut für Zeitgeschichte Prag), University of Primorska, Faculty of Humanities Koper (Slovenia), Koper, 10.10.2008
  • “Socialist towns – symbols of the new society: Building a socialist town in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia”, Panel: Authoritarian Urbanisms: Politics and Design in European Communist and Fascist Cities Since 1917 (organisiert von Kimberly Elman Zarecor und Ferrucio Trabalzi), IXth International Conference on Urban History (EAUH), Lyon, 29.8.2008
  • “Happy living in a new socialist town. Construction, design, and distribution of the apartments in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia”, Panel: Urban Planning and the Pursuit of Happiness (organisiert von Arnold Bartetzky und Marc Schalenberg), IXth International Conference on Urban History (EAUH), Lyon, 28.8.2008
  • “Socialist Dictatorship as a World of meaning”, European Science Foundation’s EUROCORES Program Technology and the Making of Europe, 1850 to the Present, Plovdiv (Bulgaria), 28.2.2008
  • “Town development in the European socialist countries After World War II”, Images and Counter-Images. East and West: Expectation and Observance, Pasts Inc., Institute for Historical Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Institute for Contemporary History Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 14.10.2006

Workshops und Kolloquien

  • „Socialist and Post-Socialist Transformation of the Fire Safety Service in Smaller Cities in Slovenia and Vojvodina”, Socialist and Post-Socialist Urban Transformation in Small Cities of Southeast Europe, Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS), Regensburg, 9.11.2018
  • Moderator of the keynote panel (Philipp Ther), International conference: Zur Gesellschaftsgeschichte des Umbruchs. Lebenswelt und Systemwechsel vor, während und nach „1989“, Organisatorin der Projektgruppe „Die lange Geschichte der ,Wende‛“, ZZF Potsdam, 22.6.2017
  • “Debates on Gender Equality in the Volunteer Firefighting Departments in Socialist Yugoslavia”, Kolloquium: A history of social movements in Southeastern Europe, 19th and 20th centuries (organisiert von Nathalie Clayer und Fabio Giomi), CETOBAC (Centre d'études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques), Paris, 27.3.2017
  • “The Persistence of Voluntary Associations in Local Communities: The History of Volunteer Fire Departments in Southeast Europe, 1860s–1990s”, Kolloquium, Imre Kertész Kolleg, Jena, 5.9.2016
  • “New Mining Towns in Socialist Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia Compared”, Berliner Forschungskolloquium Südosteuropa, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, 12.2.2016
  • “Traditional Volunteering from State Socialism to Post-Communism: Comparing Voluntary Fire Departments in Central and South Eastern Europe“ (zus. mit Thomas Lindenberger), The Changing Nature of Participation and Solidarity: Voluntary Action, Volunteering, an NGOs in Contemporary History, University Frankfurt a. M., Frankfurt a. M., 11.9.2015
  • “Old Voluntary Associations in Slovenia and Serbia between Late Socialism and Democracy”, Voluntary Associations in the Yugoslav Space since the 19th Century, IAS CEU Budapest, Budapest, 17.5.2014
  • “Volunteering in Late Socialism“, Socialist 1970s (organisiert von Celia Donert), University of Liverpool, Liverpool, 2.5.2014 “Between Mudtown and Little New York: Mining Towns of Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia in the Quest for Modernity (1945 –1965) “,Kolloquium, Imre Kertész Kolleg, Jena, 19.3.2012
  • “Building a Socialist Town in Czechoslovakia” (zus. mit Kimberly Elman Zarecor), Roberta Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies, Northwestern University, Chicago, 8.3.2011
  • “Shoppers, Tourists& Socialism, Czechoslovakia, Romania and Yugoslavia (1950s– 1980s)” (zus. mit Adelina Stefan), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 20.10.2010
  • “Home as a Site for Cultivating the New Town Inhabitants in 1950s Yugoslavia”, CEELBAS Workshop Series, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, 22.1.2010
  • “Sunny Side of the Coalmine Town. Tourism in the socialist miracle”, Yugoslavia's sunny side: a history of tourism in socialism (1950s-1980s) (organisiert von Hannes Grandits und Karin Taylor), Department of Southeast European History, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Graz, 20.4.2007

Öffentliche Veranstaltungen

  • “From Workers’ to Socialist Self-Management”, Vortrag, National Museum für Zeitgeschichte, Ljubljana, 31.5.2018 “Volunteering and the History of Southeastern Europe between 1980–2000”, Voluntary Work, Volunteering and Voluntary Associations in Southeast Europe, 1980–2000, Podiumsdiskussion, HAIT, TU Dresden, ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, 23.3.2018
  • “Identity, Tradition and the Volunteer Fire Departments”, Institut für Ethnologie und Kulturanthropologie, Vortrag, Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Ljubljana, Ljubljana 12.3.2018
  • “How Long are New Towns New? European Post-War New Towns as Authentic Places in a Comparative Perspective”, Podiumdisdiskussion, ZZF Potsdam, Potsdam, 23.2.2017
  • “A Superior Worker Praised and Contested: The Mining Milieu in Postwar Socialist Towns”, Vortrag, Doctoral Workshop “The History of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia”, supported by Croatian Science Foundation under the project “Making the Socialist Man. Croatian Society and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism”, Pula, 11.6.2015 [online]