Activities

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Information about NEP4DISSENT's upcoming and past events, publications, and other activities

February 21st, 2020

CFP: Symposium "Prisms of Silence"

The Institute of Art History and Visual Culture at the Estonian Academy of Arts in collaboration with the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art in cooperation with Nep4Dissent Cost Action invite applications for the symposium "Prisms of Silence" that will take place on 21–22 February 2020 in Tallinn (Estonia). 
November 23rd, 2019

NEP4Dissent widely represented at 2019 ASEEES Convention in San Francisco

The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) holds its Annual Convention on 23–26 November 2019 in San Francisco (USA). NEP4Dissent COST Action will be represented by a number of its participants presenting their research and participating in discussions. A special roundtable session will be held where recent NEP4Dissent multi-authored report on the current state of research on oppositional cultures in Eastern Europe (1945-1989) will be presented.
October 31st, 2019

"Legacies of 1989 for dissent today" by Barbara J. Falk published in Eurozine

"Legacies of 1989 for dissent today" - a keynote speech given by Barbara J. Falk in recent NEP4Dissent conference is published in Eurozine.
October 3rd, 2019

East European Dissent between Agenda & Legacy

Maastricht University, Campus Brussels

A collaboration between research groups on culture under surveillance (WG1) and on the cultural memory of dissent (WG4)
October 3rd, 2019

Conference report: East European Dissent between Agenda & Legacy

The joint conference of WG1 and WG4 "East European Dissent between Agenda & Legacy" took place at the Brussels Campus of Maastricht University on Oct 3 and 4, 2019.
September 19th, 2019

Workshop report: Left Feminist Theory and Historiography. Between the Legacy of State-Socialist Emancipation and Today’s Crises

The workshop "Left Feminist Theory and Historiography: Between the Legacy of State-Socialist Emancipation and Today’s Crises" took place in Prague on 19–20 September 2019.

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Noteworthy news about upcoming exhibitions, performances, archival collections, as well as academic events and projects

December 7th, 2019

New book about Ukrainian dissidents published

A book by Simone Attilio Bellezza "The Shore of Expectations. A Cultural Study of the Shistdesiatnyky" recently published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press.
November 19th, 2019

Vacancy for Doctoral candidate (PhD student) in the field of Transnational Contemporary History

The University of Luxembourg invites applications for the vacancy of Doctoral candidate (PhD student) in the field of Transnational Contemporary History.
November 2nd, 2019

Hidden Galleries: Clandestine Religion in the Secret Police Archives

A new exhibition "Hidden Galleries: Clandestine Religion in the Secret Police Archives" opens at the Museum of Art in Cluj (Romania) on 21st November 2019. 
October 16th, 2019

Visegrad Scholarship at the Blinken OSA Archives

The International Visegrad Fund offers fifteen research fellowship grants annually on a competitive basis, to support scholars who wish to conduct research in OSA's holdings, and whose current research projects are relevant to the holdings and the given research priorities of the Fund and OSA.
September 25th, 2019

New article «Cold War Books: George Minden and His Field Workers, 1973-1990» by Paweł Sowiński

The journal East European Politics, Societies, and Cultures has published the article «Cold War Books: George Minden and His Field Workers, 1973-1990» written by Paweł Sowiński. 
September 23rd, 2019

Left Turn, Right Turn – Artistic and Political Radicalism of late Socialism in Hungary //The Orfeo and the Inconnu Groups

Blinken OSA Archives, Budapest, Hungary
3 October – 24 November, 2019

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