New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study

New Europe College has been hosting over the years an ongoing series of lectures given by prominent foreign and Romanian scholars, for the benefit of academics, researchers and students, as well as a wider public. The College also organizes international and national events (seminars, workshops, colloquia, symposia, book launches, etc.).

Program

March 2019

Date Event Title, Lecturer/Participants Location

Thu.
Feb. 28
14.00-
17.45

Workshop

(in English)

Intensive Winter Course in Modern Research Methods

Trainers: Mario DIANI, Susanne FRIESE, Sandra KING-SAVIC

This three-day workshop is organized in partnership with the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe (University of St. Gallen) and within the framework of the Pontica Magna Fellowship Program at NEC, supported by the VolkswagenStiftung

The workshop is open to the NEC community of Fellows and Researchers.

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Mar. 1
9.30-
13.00

14.15-
17.45

Workshop

(in English)

Intensive Winter Course in Modern Research Methods




(continued)

NEC conference hall

Sat.
Mar. 2
9.30-
13.00

14.15-
17.45

Workshop

(in English)

Intensive Winter Course in Modern Research Methods




(continued)

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Mar. 6
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.
Mar. 6
11.00

Spiru Haret

Seminar*

Romanian Roma in Sweden between Local Integration and European Mobility

Dr. Ioana BUNESCU, Spiru Haret Fellow, Researcher, Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration Diversity and Welfare

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Mar. 7
15.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

Despre buna guvernare [On Good Governance]

Roundtable on the recently published book by Mária PAKUCS Sibiul veacului al XVI-lea. Rânduirea unui oraș transilvănean [Sibiu during the sixteenth century: the ordering of a Transylvanian town] (Bucharest: Humanitas Publishing House, 2018)

Participants: Marian COMAN, Silvia MARTON, Mária PAKUCS, Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU

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

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Mar. 13
11.00

How To Teach Europe

Seminar*

Transborder Commemorations, Memory Politics and Heritage Construction. The Case of the Bulgarian-Turkish Border

Dr. Nikolai VUKOV, How to Teach Europe Fellow, Associate Professor, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum, Sofia

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Mar. 20
10.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in Linguistic Context: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

NEC
room 403

Wed.
Mar. 20
11.00

Ștefan Odobleja

Seminar*

Manipulating Flora: Plants as Instruments of Knowledge in Early Modern Natural Philosophy

Dr. Oana Lidia MATEI, Ștefan Odobleja Fellow, Lecturer, Faculty of Humanistic, Political and Administrative Sciences, Vasile Goldiș Western University of Arad

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Mar. 21
15.00

Public Talk

(in English)

Shifts in the European Political Landscapes and rise of Populisms–What to Expect for the European Elections?

Thibault MUZERGUES, Regional Director for Europe, International Republican Institute, Writer, Political Analyst and Trainer

NEC conference hall

Sat.
Mar. 23
17.30

Roundtable

(in English)

Migrants: Experiences, Theories, Representations

A roundtable following and taking as a starting point the movie Mallé en son exil (2017, Denis Gheerbrant), screened at 15.00 on Saturday, March 23, within One World Romania Film Festival.

Participants: Ioana BUNESCU, Olga COJOCARU, Damiana OŢOIU

This round-table is co-organized within the NEC’s Spiru Haret Fellowship Program, financed by UEFISCDI, addressing diaspora and migration studies.

ARCUB,
Lipscani
Street 84-90

Wed.
Mar. 27
11.00

Ștefan Odobleja

Seminar*

Judging Originality: The Limits of Intellectual Property in Architectural Works

Dr. Sebastian BOȚIC, Ștefan Odobleja Fellow, Assistant Professor, National School of Political Science and Public Administration (SNSPA)

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.