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

October 2019

Date Event Title, Lecturer/Participants Location

Wed.
Oct. 2
11.00

NEC Seminar*

First seminar of the 2019-2020 academic year

NEC conference hall

Tue.
Oct. 8
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

Seminar Rooms

Wed.
Oct. 9
11.00

Pontica Magna Seminar*

“Raised in Germany, Deported to Turkey”: Euro-Turks’ Narratives of ‘Double-Trauma’ and Self-Healing

Dr. Nilay KILINÇ, Pontica Magna Returning Fellow, CAS SEE Fellow, University of Rijeka, Centre for Advanced Studies – South Eastern Europe

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 9
17.00

Film Screening

The Chalice. Of Sons and Daughters (Work-in-progress, 80’). Director: Cătălina TESĂR

Followed by a Q&A session with Cătălina TESĂR, NEC Odobleja Fellow, Researcher, National Museum of the Romanian Peasant

Discussant: Jonathan LARCHER, UEFISCDI Award Fellow, Centre de Recherches en Arts et Langage (EHESS), Lecturer, Nanterre University, Paris

Event of The Group for Anthropological Research and Debates (GARD), New Europe College

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Oct. 11
15.00-16.20 17.00-17.40

International Workshop

(in English)

How to Teach Europe?

Fourth Workshop within the TE-Fellowship Program

Participants: Nadezhda ALEXANDROVA, Constantin ARDELEANU, Katharina BIEGGER, Ioana BOTH, Călin COTOI, Andrei CUŞCO, Dimiter DIMOV, Volodymyr KULIKOV, Silvia MARTON, Diana MISHKOVA, Georgi NIAGOLOV, Nicoleta ROMAN, Valentina SANDU-DEDIU, Irina VAINOVSKI-MIHAI, Cristina VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU, Nikolai VUKOV

This event is organized within the How to Teach Europe program, a joint Fellowship program of the Centre for Advanced Study (CAS), Sofia, and New Europe College (NEC), Bucharest

NEC conference hall

Sat.
Oct. 12
10.00-12.30

International Workshop

(in English)

How to Teach Europe?

Fourth Workshop within the TE-Fellowship Program

(continued)

NEC conference hall

We.
Oct. 16
11.00

NEC UEFISCDI Award Seminar*

The Becoming-Archive of Vernacular Videos. Provisional Lessons from Fieldwork in Romania

Dr. Jonathan LARCHER, UEFISCDI Award Fellow, Centre de Recherches en Arts et Langage (EHESS), Lecturer, Nanterre University, Paris

NEC conference hall

Tue.
Oct. 22
11.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in Linguistic Context: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Seminar Rooms

Tue.
Oct. 22
15.00

Roundtable

(in English)

BAUBAU: Modernism and earthquake in Bucharest

Participants: Pierre BORTNOWSKI, Ștefan GHENCIULESCU, Raluca MUNTEANU and Iuliana VILSAN

An event within the frame of the Bauhaus 100 Bucharest project, organized by the Goethe-Institut Bucharest, Zeppelin and Stardust Architects.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 23
11.00

NEC Seminar*

Thumb Piece: Reflections on Begging and Sharing within the Sub-culture of Hitchhiking

Dr. Patrick LAVIOLETTE, NEC International Fellow, Visiting scholar, University College, London

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 23
17.00

Public Talk

(in French)

A dialogue on a recently published book En lutte contre les dictatures : Le Congrès pour la liberté de la culture (1950-1978) by Roselyne CHENU, Éd. du Félin, 2018.

Participants: Roselyne CHENU, Silvia MARTON.

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Oct. 24
15.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

A Year after the Centenary
A roundtable on a recently published book: Războiul de fiecare zi. Viața cotidiană în tranșee și în spatele frontului în Primul Război Mondial (1914-1919) [Everyday Life in the Trenches and Behind the Frontline during WWI, 1914-1919], edited by Bogdan POPA and Radu TUDORANCEA (Cetatea de Scaun, 2018, Târgoviște).

Participants: Constantin ARDELEANU, Daniel CAIN, Bogdan POPA, Zoltán ROSTÁS, Radu TUDORANCEA

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

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 30
11.00

Pontica Magna Seminar*

Negotiated Deservingness of Refugee Status and Resettlement, Rights: UNHCR as the Lead Actor in Creating Legal Gender Categories for Queer Refugees in Turkey

Mert KOÇAK, Pontica Magna Fellow, Ph.D. Candidate, Central European University, Budapest

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 30
17.00

Film Screening

Gestures of Resistance (2019, 60’)

Director: Olga ȘTEFAN

Followed by a Q&A session with Olga ȘTEFAN, Landis & Gyr Fellow, Independent Curator and Researcher

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Oct. 31
17.00-18.30

International Colloquium

The Manifold Faces of the East: Western Images of Eastern Christianity and Islam in the Second Half of the XVIth Century

Conveners: Daniel BENGA & Ionuț-Alexandru TUDORIE

Participants: Daniel BENGA, Vasile-Adrian CARABĂ, Marian COMAN, Octavian NEGOIȚĂ, Ovidiu OLAR, Ergün ÖZSOY, Adina RUIU, Ovidiu SFERLEA, Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Ionuț-Alexandru TUDORIE

The Colloquium is organized in the frame of the research project PN-III-P4-ID-PCE-2016-0628 financed by a grant of the Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation – UEFISCDI.

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Nov. 1
10.00-13.00 14.30-17.00

International Colloquium

The Manifold Faces of the East: Western Images of Eastern Christianity and Islam in the Second Half of the XVIth Century

(continued)

NEC conference hall

Sat.
Nov. 2
10.00-12.30

International Colloquium

The Manifold Faces of the East: Western Images of Eastern Christianity and Islam in the Second Half of the XVIth Century

(continued)

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.