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 2018

Date Event Title, Lecturer/Participants Location

Thu.
Sep. 27
10.30-17.30

Colloquium

(in Romanian)

Dan Slușanschi – cărturarul pedagog 10 ani de la plecarea sa[Dan Slușanschi: the scholar and the pedagogue: 10 years after his passing away]

Participants: Francisca BĂLTĂCEANU, Ștefan COLCERIU, Doina DOROFTEI, Andrei EȘANU, Ioana GOGEANU, Octavian GORDON, Andrei PLEȘU, Mihai ȘORA, Claudia TĂRNĂUCEANU, Bogdan ȚÂRA

This event is organized by New Europe College in partnership with the Humanitas Christiana Foundation.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 3
11.30

NEC Seminar*

First seminar of the 2018-2019 academic year

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 10
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, Ovidiu PIETRAREANU, Tarciziu ŞERBAN

NEC
room 403

Wed.
Oct. 10
11.00

UEFISCDI-Award Seminar*

(in Romanian)

Transnational Mobility of Health Professionals and the Transformation of Medical Practice: the case of Child Birth in Bulgaria and Romania

Dr. Neda DENEVA-FAJE, UEFISCDI Award Fellow, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Oct. 12
09.30-11.45
14.15-15.45
16.30-17.30

International Workshop

(in English)

How to Teach Europe?

Fourth Workshop within the TE-Fellowship Program

Participants: Nadezhda ALEXANDROVA, Katharina BIEGGER, Călin COTOI, Andrei CUŞCO, Dimiter DIMOV, Brigit ERIKSSON-HOTZ, Peter GAUTSCHI, Romiţă IUCU, Regula KOCH, Volodymyr KULIKOV, Liviu MATEI, Vintilă MIHĂILESCU, Diana MISHKOVA, Georgi NIAGOLOV, Valentina SANDU-DEDIU, Irina VAINOVSKI-MIHAI, 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. 13
10.00-11.00
12.00-13.00

International Workshop

(in English)

How to Teach Europe?

Fourth Workshop within the TE-Fellowship Program

(continued)

NEC conference hall

Tue.
Oct. 16
17.00

Public Reading

(in German, English and Romanian)

APOLLOCALYPTICS: Poetry, Film, Prose

Gerhard FALKNER, German writer

Conveners: Matthias ERDBEER and Maria IROD

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 17
17.00

Odobleja Seminar*

‘Imperial signs’ (nișan-ı hümayun): Framing Muslim-Christian relations in the seventeenth-century Mediterranean

Dr. Radu-Andrei DIPRATU, Ștefan Odobleja Fellow, Researcher, Institute for South-Eastern European Research, The Romanian Academy

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Oct. 18
10.00-15.00
15.00-16.30
16.30-18.00

International Colloquium

(in English)

The Musics of Power: Music and Musicians in Totalitarian Regimes in 20th Century Europe

Participants: Oana ANDREICA, Gabriel BANCIU, Anna DALOS, Nicolae GHEORGHIȚĂ, Costin MOISIL, Florinela POPA, Antigona RĂDULESCU, Ekaterini ROMANOU, Valentina SANDU-DEDIU, Richard TARUSKIN, Kiril TOMOFF, Laura VASILIU, Alex VASILIU, Patrick ZUK.

Chamber Music Concert

The third session of the colloquium

This conference is supported by the project The Musics of Power. Music and Musicians in Totalitarian Regimes in 20th Century Europe developed by the Doctoral School of the National University of Music Bucharest (FONDUL DE DEZVOLTARE INSTITUŢIONALĂ: CNFIS-FDI-2018-0365) and New Europe College.

NEC conference hall

Thu.
Oct. 18
15.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

‘Când dracu n-are de lucru își cântârește coarnele.’ Sau cum s-a întâmplat ca Anton Bacalbașa să nu mai aibă haz [The Anton Bacalbașa case-study. When you no longer have a sense of humour and supporters leave you]

Dr. Eugen ISTODOR, Lecturer, Faculty of Communication and Letters, University of Bucharest

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

NEC
room 403

Fri.
Oct. 19
18.00-19.30

Keynote Speech

(in English)

Prokofieff's Problems and Ours

Richard TARUSKIN, Emeritus Professor, University of California-Berkeley

This is supported by the project The Musics of Power. Music and Musicians in Totalitarian Regimes in 20th Century Europe developed by the Doctoral School of the National University of Music Bucharest (FONDUL DE DEZVOLTARE INSTITUŢIONALĂ: CNFIS-FDI-2018-0365) and New Europe College.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 24
10.00

Research Group*

(in Romanian)

The Bible in linguistic context. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

NEC
room 403

Wed.
Oct. 24
11.00

UEFISCDI Award Seminar*

(in English)

Galileo: What Kind of Aristotelian?

Dr. Stefano GULIZIA, UEFISCDI Award Fellow and Fellow, the HAB, Wolfenbuettel

NEC conference hall

Fri.
Oct. 26
10.00-18.00

Colloquium

(in English)

The Conscience of an Archive

A colloquium convened by Salonul de proiecte (Alexandra Croitoru, Magda Radu, Ștefan Sava), in collaboration with New Europe College

Participants: Hubertus von AMELUNXEN, Michael BAERS, Alexandra CROITORU, Yasmine EID-SABBAGH, Tom HOLERT, Ana-Cristina IRIAN, Anca OROVEANU, Peter PFRUNDER, Magda RADU, Ștefan SAVA.

This event is part of a project financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration, Romania, which takes as its starting point Mihai Oroveanu’s collection devoted to photography.

NEC conference hall

Wed.
Oct. 31
11.00

UEFISCDI Award

Seminar*

Foreigners and Foreign Trade, Freedom of Movement and Economic Internationalism, 1918–1945

Dr. Madeleine DUNGY, UEFISCDI Award Fellow and Max Weber Fellow, European University Institute, Italy

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.