New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study


June 2016 Monthly Program

(Published on May 27, 2016)

May 2016 Monthly Program

(Published on April 28, 2016)

Conferință: Diaspora și prietenii săi, 25-28 Aprilie, 2016

(Published on April 25, 2016)

Alumni and Friends Fellowship [ropdf] [enpdf]

(Published on March 23, 2016)

Call for Papers: Workshop "Mobilities" in the Black Sea Region, 20-21 May 2016 - Deadline 25 March 2016

(Published on March 11, 2016)

Workshop: "Populație și dezvoltare." Teorii ale populației în timpul Războiului Rece. O perspectivă românească - 16 martie 2016, ora 11.00, Centrul de Studiere a Populației, Cluj-Napoca

(Published on March 7, 2016)

Seminar: 25 Years of Moldova’s Independence – A Transition to a Deadlock? – 4 March 2016, 10.00-17.30

(Published on February 24, 2016)

International Conference: Faith and Community around the Mediterranean in Late Antiquity and the Middle Age - March 7th & 8th 2016, 10.00

(Published on March 3, 2016)

Call for Papers: "What do Contentious Objects Want? Political, Epistemic and Artistic Cultures of Return", International Conference to be held at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Florence, Italy, October 21 - 22, 2016, Deadline: May 1, 2016

(Published on February 17, 2016)

APEL LA CONTRIBUȚII: Conferința ”Practici expoziționale în România în perioada 1968-1989”, București, 10-11 iunie 2016 – Deadline: 1 aprilie 2016

(Published on February 15, 2016)

Conference: Refugees, Migrants and Cosmopolitics, New Europe College, Bucharest, 3-4 June, 2016 — Call for Abstracts - Deadline: March 15, 2016

(Published on January 21, 2016)

Exhibition curated by Ilinca Paun Constantinescu, NEC Niculae Vlădescu Fellow

NEC congratulates Ilinca Păun Constantinescu, NEC Fellow in the academic year 2015 – 2016, for her recent success: Ilinca will be the curator of the exhibition Shrinking Cities in Romania, which will be hosted in 2016 by MNAC (National Museum of Contemporary Art), with the support of the Association for Urban Transition (Asociaţia pentru Tranziţie Urbană) and the Association ideilagram. The proposal has recently received a grant from AFCN (The Administration of the National Cultural Fund).
The project intends to bring into the public attention a current urban phenomenon – the socio-cultural, physical, economic and demographic contraction of many Romanian cities. The exhibition aims to present this phenomenon in a clear, attractive and interactive way, accessible to the general public.
(Published on December 10, 2015)

Interview with professor Dieter Grimm for the newspaper “Adevărul”

(Published on May 3, 2015)

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