New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study
Date Event Title, Lecturer/Participants Location

Fri.
May 3
15.00-18.30

International Workshop

Învățământul public în România și în zonele limitrofe în secolele 19–20: modernizare, mobilizare politică și construcție națională [Public Education in Romania and in the Neighboring Areas in the 19th and 20th centuries: modernization, political mobilization and nation-building]

Participants: Constantin ARDELEANU, Lucia ARGINT, Eduard BAIDAUS, Philippe H. BLASEN, Ramona CARAMELEA, Igor CAȘU, Ludmila COADĂ, Andrei CUȘCO, Aurelia FELEA, Anca FILIPOVICI, Dragoș JIPA, Cătălina MIHALACHE, Oana–Maria MITU, Sergiu MUSTEAȚĂ, Irina NASTASĂ–MATEI, Petru NEGURĂ, Leonidas RADOS, Dragoș SDROBIȘ, Flavius SOLOMON, Ana–Maria STAN, Alex VORONOVICI

This workshop is supported by the Pontica Magna Program of New Europe College, with the financial support of VolkswagenStiftung.

Free International University of Moldova, Chișinău

Sat.
May 4
09.00-12.30
14.00-18.00

International Workshop

Învățământul public în România și în zonele limitrofe în secolele 19–20: modernizare, mobilizare politică și construcție națională [Public Education in Romania and in the Neighboring Areas in the 19th and 20th centuries: modernization, political mobilization and nation-building]

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Free International University of Moldova, Chișinău

Tue.
May 7
17.00

Public Talk

within the

International Seminar on Periodization

On the Subject of Elephants. Navigating across the ‘post-elephant’ condition

Bojana PEJIĆ, independent art historian, art critic and curator based in Berlin, Guest lecturer at the Bauhaus University in Weimar

Event supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 8
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, Silviu TATU

NEC
room 403

Wed.
May 8
11.00

NEC ArtHistCEE Seminar*

An event in the framework of the International seminar on Periodization

Art Historiographies in Central and Eastern Europe. An Inquiry from the Perspective of Entangled Histories

Ada HAJDU and Mihnea MIHAIL, New Europe College and the National University of Arts in Bucharest

The seminar is part of the Starting Grant Project ArtHistCEE, no. 802700, financed by the European Research Council.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 8
17.00

Public Talk

within the

International Seminar on Periodization

A Fragile Inheritance: Radical Practice in Contemporary Indian Art

Saloni MATHUR, Professor of Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles

Event supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative.

NEC conference hall

Thu.
May 9
17.00

Public Talk
within the
International
Seminar on
Periodization

Periodization as an Attempt at World-Making

Krista KODRES, Professor at the Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Tallinn

Event supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative.

NEC conference hall

Fri.
May 10
17.00

Public Talk
within the
International
Seminar on
Periodization

Time of Making: Towards a Sense of Procedure

Patrick D. FLORES, Professor of Art Studies at the Department of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines, and Curator of the Vargas Museum in Manila

Event supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative.

NEC conference hall

Mon.
May 13
17.00

Public Talk
within the
International
Seminar on
Periodization

Whose time is it anyway? The future is behind us, the past is ahead of us

Edit ANDRÁS, independent scholar, living and working in Budapest as a senior member of the Institute of Art History of HAS Research Centre in the Humanities, and in Long Island, NY

Event supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 15
11.00

NEC Seminar*

Between Vienna and Istanbul. Cruising, Sociality and Space-Time in the Mid-19th Century

Constantin ARDELEANU, Professor, The ‘Lower Danube’ University of Galaţi, Long-term Fellow at New Europe College and Postdoc Researcher, Utrecht University

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 15
15.00

Panel discussion

(in Romanian)

Dinamica trecutului și provocările prezentului în istoria unei minorități: Evreii din România [The Dynamics of the Past and the Challenges of the Present in the History of the Jews in Romania]

A panel discussion about the recently published book Trecutul prezent. Evreii din România: istorie, memorie, reprezentare”, editors: Anca Filipovici, Attila Gidó, (ISPMN, Cluj-Napoca, 2018)

Participants: Lya BENJAMIN, Camelia CRĂCIUN, Anca FILIPOVICI, Alexandru FLORIAN, Attila GIDÓ, Natalia LAZĂR, Valentin SĂNDULESCU, Anca TUDORANCEA, Cristian VASILE

NEC conference hall

Thu.
May 16
15.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

Bătălia pentru istorie. „Chestia ţărănească” în scrierile istorice ale lui Mihail Kogălniceanu şi Nicolae Bălcescu [The Battle for History: “The Peasant Question” in the Historical Writings of Mihail Kogălniceanu and Nicolae Bălcescu]

Dr. Constantin BĂRBULESCU, Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca

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

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 22
10.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in Linguistic Context: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 22
11.00

NEC Seminar*

TBA

NEC conference hall

Thu.
May 23
09.45-13.00
14.30-17:30

International Workshop

Shaping the modern body. Fashion, Food, Health and Manners across South Eastern Europe and the Ottoman Empire (17th-19th centuries)

Conveners:
Giulia CALVI
Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU

Participants: Constantin ARDELEANU, Giulia CALVI, Sandra CAVALLO, Ovidiu CRISTEA, Alex DRACE-FRANCIS, Anastasia FALIEROU, Rossitsa GRADEVA, Sorin GRIGORUŢĂ, Castilia MANEA-GRGIN, Graeme MURDOCK, Maria PAKUCS, Hedda REINDL-KIEL, Giorgio RIELLO, Nicoleta ROMAN, Ulinka RUBLACK, Miriam SHEFER-MOSSENSOHN, Barbara STOLLBERG-RILINGER, Mihai Răzvan UNGUREANU, Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU, Michał WASIUCIONEK

The conference is organized in the frame of the European Research Council Consolidator Grant no. 646489 Luxury, Fashion and Social Status in Early Modern South-Eastern Europe (LuxFaSS) hosted by the New Europe College

NEC conference hall

Fri.
May 24
10.00-13.00
14.30-17.00

International Workshop

Shaping the modern body. Fashion, Food, Health and Manners across South Eastern Europe and the Ottoman Empire (17th-19th centuries)

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NEC conference hall

Wed.
May 29
11.00

NEC-LuxFaSS Seminar*

Wallachian Women and their Goods in the First Half of the 19th Century

Nicoleta ROMAN, “Nicolae Iorga" Institute of History & New Europe College

NEC conference hall

Fri.
May 31
17.00

Public Talk within the series of events NEC 25

Liberal Democracy under Pressure. European and Domestic Issues

Words of introduction by Valentina SANDU–DEDIU

Moderator: Andrei PLEȘU

A discussion with Dieter GRIMM, Former Rector of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (2001–2007), Professor (emer.) of Law, Humboldt University, Berlin and Dirk LEHMKUHL, Professor of Political Science, University of St Gallen.

We would appreciate if you could confirm your attendance by May 10, at nec25@nec.ro

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.


* NEC, EntE, ODOBLEJA, Pontica Magna seminars as well as the research groups can be attended by the fellows and the alumni of NEC Programs, and their guests.