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"Mobilitas Plus support for applying for an ERC grant (MOBERC)" project MOBERC30
MOBERC30 "EUROREPAIR: Europeanisation through repair (1.09.2020−28.02.2022)", Francisco Martinez, Tallinn University, School of Humanities.
MOBERC30
EUROREMONT: Euroopastumine paranduse kaudu
EUROREPAIR: Europeanisation through repair
1.09.2020
28.02.2022
R&D project
Mobilitas Plus support for applying for an ERC grant (MOBERC)
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
2. Culture and Society2.4. Cultures ResearchS220 Cultural anthropology, ethnology 6.5 Other humanities100,0
InstitutionRolePeriod
Tallinn University, School of Humanitiescoordinaator01.09.2020−28.02.2022
PeriodSum
01.01.2020−31.12.2020144 550,00 EUR
144 550,00 EUR

Milline seos on parandamise tavade ja riikidevahelise poliitika vahel? Kas saaksime parandada Euroopa Liitu, muutes praeguses seisukorras olevate infrastruktuuride materiaalseid tingimusi? Selle uurimisprojekti keskmes on eeldus, et Euroopa loomine ja ühiskondlik-materiaalne korraldus käivad käsikäes, seostades poliitika, regulatsioonid ja rahastamisinfrastruktuurid kohaliku teostusega. Analüüs seob materiaalse täiustamise juhtumid Euroopa poliitikaga, uurides nende suhteid Eestis ja Serbias - riikides, kus Euroopa-sidemete taastamise diskursus on olnud ühiskondlik-poliitiliste muutuste võtmetegur. Siinkohal võetakse rahastamist, määrusi ja taaskasutamist toetavat keskkonnastandardeid riikidevahelise poliitilise tegevuse meetmena, mis on võimeline kinnistama uusi normatiivseid ideid igapäevaelus ja taaselustama EL-i poliitilise projektina.
Can one become European by fixing things? And can we repair the EU by upgrading the material conditions of neglected locations? This research project studies the politics of materiality in the EU today by examining the repair of damaged locations as a form of transnational political action, capable of embedding new normative ideas in the realm of everyday life and also of reinvigorating the EU as a political project. The project seeks to reconfigure academic understandings of the dynamics of European integration as a material process, manifested in concrete fixing practices and local implementations. The approach is innovative, as it refocuses attention to the connection between materiality and politics, analysing how the EU operates through standardising processes. The plan is to study the conjunction of repair and Europeanisation, investigating how funding regulations and environmental standards are transforming the postsocialist cultural, economic and infrastructural landscape.