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

June 9th, 2020

Visegrad Scholarship at the Open Society Archives

Visegrad Scholarship at the Open Society Archives. Applicants from the fields of history, the arts, philosophy and sociology to reflect on the conditions of knowledge production during and after the Cold War are invited.
May 26th, 2020

Call for Participants: LCCA Summer School “Negotiating Gender in the Baltics and Eastern Europe”

Summer School “Negotiating Gender in the Baltics and Eastern Europe” calls for participants. It will take place in Kuldīga, 31 July–5 August 2020
May 20th, 2020

Artpool40: Conference Video Recording Published Online

The video recordings of the conference of the Artpool Art Research Center "Artpool40 – Active Archives and Art Networks" tat place on 21–22 February 2020 in Budapest are published online.
April 20th, 2020

An Open Letter to the COST Association

The letter of COST Actions leaders prepared by the Core Group of NEP4DISSENT in cooperation with the Chairs and Vice-Chairs of Distant Reading, ENRESSH and Nexus Linguarum. It calls for action and a fundamental rethinking of our collaboration practices in order to protect our networks against erosion caused by the prolonged inability to meet in person.
March 13th, 2020

CFP: Socialist Folkloristics. A Disciplinary Heritage

The international conference "Socialist Folkloristics: A Disciplinary Heritage" will take place on 28–31 October 2020 in Riga, Latvia.
February 27th, 2020

CFP: 16th annual HEIRS Conference

The conference "Capturing Europe in Digital Sources: New Approaches for European Integration History?" will take place in Luxembourg, 28–29 May 2020.
February 13th, 2020

Faith-Trust-Secrecy: Religion through the Lenses of the Secret Police

New exhibition "Faith-Trust-Secrecy: Religion through the lenses of the secret police" opens on February 28th at 6pm at the Open Society Archives in Budapest.
February 5th, 2020

CFP: ‘She is made of stone’. Women in the Socialist and Post-Socialist Public Space

The goal of this conference is to open up a multidisciplinary conversation about representation, memory and monumentalization of women within the socialist and post-socialist public spaces.
January 28th, 2020

CFP: Visual Ethics after Communism – Special Issue of Journal "Martor"

The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is seeking contributions for its annual journal Martor 26/2021, on the topic of Visual Ethics after Communism. 
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