New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study
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Constanţa Vintilă-Ghiţulescu was selected to conduct a research project at the NEC, for five years, following the competition ERC Consolidator Grants, 2014.
She will coordinate an international team who will investigate the topic Luxury, fashion and social status in Early Modern South Eastern Europe. This is the
second European project granted to a researcher affiliated to the NEC. Ionuț Epurescu-Pascovici was selected by ERC Starting Grants, 2014, for the project with
the theme Castellany Accounts: Record-keeping, fiscal reform, and the rise of institutional accountability in late-medieval Savoy: a source-oriented approach,
which will be developed at the NEC for a period of 5 years.
Andrei Pleșu, founder of the New Europe College (NEC, Institute for Advanced Study), was nominated winner of the European Citizen’s Prize 2014, an award which is granted annually by the European Parliament for outstanding achievements in promoting transnational cultural cooperation in the European Union.
The prize will be conferred in a public ceremony, which will take place Friday, the 20th of February 2015, at the European Parliament Information Office in Romania (31, Vasile Lascăr Street). The main event, which will be attended by all winners of the European Citizen’s Prize, from all EU member states, will be organized at Bruxelles at the end of this month.