Online panel "Black Sea as Entangled Historical Space", October 7, 17:00-18:30 (CET) We invite you to the online panel "Black Sea as Entangled Historical Space." This is the first event from the program of the Annual Online Conference "Black Sea Region in the Times of Crises: New Theoretical Approaches and Research Methodologies," October-November 2021. The online conference looks at the present and historical dynamics shaping the Black Sea region through the lens of transculturality. The first online panel explores the region, governed by three European empires and then dominated by the Soviet Union, as entangled historical space. Presentations: Maksym Sviezhentsev (King's University College Western University): Northern Black Sea Region and (Post-)Colonialism: Theory and Measures of Its Application Kate Mower (University of California): "Indisputably Greek": Ethnonationalist Confrontations and Imperial Fabrications in the 19th-century Black Sea World Taylor Zajicek (Princeton University) "Though Neighbors, We Hardly Know Each Other": The Black Sea Environment and the Possibilities of Soviet-Turkish Scientific Exchange Comments: Boris Belge (University of Basel) Chair: Oleksii Chebotarov (University of St.Gallen / New Europe College) The event will be delivered on an online platform zoom. To join the panel, please, register here.