New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study

New Europe College has been hosting over the years an ongoing series of lectures given by prominent foreign and Romanian scholars, for the benefit of academics, researchers and students, as well as a wider public. The College also organizes international and national events (seminars, workshops, colloquia, symposia, book launches, etc.).

Program

November 2018

Date Event Title, Lecturer/Participants Location

Thu.
Nov. 1
09.30-12.30
14.30-18.00

Colloquium

(in English)

100 Years Before and After Us: Alternative Memories / Possible Futures of Visual Arts

Conveners: Horea AVRAM and Mihai OMETIȚĂ

Participants: Horea AVRAM, Sabin BORŞ, Sylwia BOROWSKA-KAZIMIRUK, Maria CHATZIDIMOU, Corina CIMPOIERU, Ryszard W. KLUSZCZYŃSKI, Mihai OMETIȚĂ, Luana STROE.

This conference is part of the project 100 to 100. Memory and foresight +/- a century (100 la 100. Memorie şi prospecție +/- un secol) co-funded by AFCN (The Administration of the National Cultural Fund), Romania, 2018.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Nov. 7
11.00

Pontica Magna Seminar*

Women of the Akmolinsk Camp and their Children: Narratives of Separation and Re-encounter

Tamta MELASHVILI, Writer, Pontica Magna Fellow

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Nov. 8
9.45-12.30
14.00-18.15

Colloquium

(in English)

Engaging the Margins: Ethnographic Practice and Marginal Religious Communities in Central and Eastern Europe

Participants: Iuliana CINDREA, Aleksandra DJURIC, Agnes HESZ, James KAPALÓ, Dumitru LISNIC, Vlad NAUMESCU, Mihai POPA, Kinga POVEDÁK, Lana PETERNEL, Anca SINCAN, Tatiana VAGRAMENKO

This event, hosted by New Europe College, is part of the Hidden Galleries Project, funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program No. 677355.

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Nov. 9
10.00-14.00

NEC-ArtHistCEE Workshop

(in English)

Meeting of the team members of the research project Art Historiographies in Central and Eastern Europe. An Inquiry from the Perspective of Entangled Histories.

Participants: Ada HAJDU, Shona KALLESTRUP, Magda KUNINSKA, Mihnea MIHAIL, Anca OROVEANU

The workshop is organized within the Starting Grant Poject ArtHistCEE, no. 802700, financed by the European Research Council.

Seminar Rooms

Wed.
Nov. 14
10.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in Linguistic Context: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Participants: Francisca BĂLTĂCEANU, Monica BROŞTEANU, Melania BĂDIC, Emanuel CONȚAC, Octavian FLORESCU, Victor GEORGESCU, Cristinel IATAN, Alexandru MIHĂILĂ, Delia MIHĂILĂ, Ovidiu PIETRAREANU, Tarciziu ŞERBAN

NEC
room 403

Wed.
Nov. 14
11.00

Pontica Magna Seminar*

Migrant Temporalities: Processuality and Qualities of Time. The case of Moldovans in Italy

Olga COJOCARU, Pontica Magna Fellow, Research Assistant, Centre of Migration Research, Warsaw, PhD Student, Institute for Social Studies at the University of Warsaw

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Nov. 14
15.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

Traversând frontiere: exemplul fraților Lapedatu [Crossing Frontiers: the Example of the Lapedatu Brothers]

Dr. Andreas WILD, Vice-president of the Lapedatu Foundation

Meeting of the Research Group Reflections on the Political and Social History of the 18th and 19th Centuries in Romania.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Nov. 21
11.00

How to Teach Europe Seminar*

Images from the Social History of Company Towns in the Donbas

Dr. Volodymyr KULIKOV, How to Teach Europe Fellow, Central European University

NEC conference hall

Tue.
Nov. 27
15.00

Research Group*

(in French)

Les entourages de l’exécutif en France et en Europe (XIXe s.-XXe s.) [The governments’ entourages in France and Europe in the19th and 20th centuries]

Dr. Eric ANCEAU, Associate Professor, Sorbonne University

This event is organized by New Europe College in partnership with CEREFREA-Villa Noël.

Meeting of the Research Group Reflections on the Political and Social History of the 18th and 19th Centuries in Romania.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Nov. 28
10.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in Linguistic Context: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

NEC
room 403

Wed.
Nov. 28
11.00

Pontica Magna Seminar*

The Time and the Self: The first novels of Mircea Eliade and Max Blecher

Maria RYBAKOVA, writer, Pontica Magna Returning Fellow

NEC conference hall







* NEC, Odobleja, Haret, Henkel, Pontica Magna and How to Teach Europe seminars as well as meetings of the research groups can be attended by the fellows and the alumni of NEC Programs, and their guests. They are not open to the general public, and attendance is only by invitation, or by permission as a result of a request addressed to the NEC.