New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study
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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.).

Date

Lecturer

Title

Location

1994-1995

Feb. 25, 1995

Prof. Mircea FLONTA

University of Bucharest, Romania

Open Society and Transition

NEC

Mar. 8, 1995

Prof. Wolfgang BALZER

University of Munich, Germany

Social Institutions

NEC

Apr. 28, 1995

Prof. Wulf SCHIEFENHÖVEL

Forschungsstelle für Humanethologie, Max Planck Institut, Andechs, Germany

Humans - Defective Creatures or Big Hit of Evolution

NEC

May 2, 1995

Prof. Dinu GIURESCU
University of Bucharest, Romania

Another Romanian Transition: 1945-1947 – From Capitalism to Communism

NEC

May 3, 1995

Prof. Virgil NEMOIANU
University of Baltimore, U.S.A.

Neoplatonism and Romanian Culture

NEC

May 25, 1995

Dr. Alexandru GEORGE
Writer, Bucharest, Romania

Hollow Forms in the Contemporary History of Romania

NEC

Jun. 1, 1995

Prof. Sorin ALEXANDRESCU
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Identity and Person. Comments on Paul Ricoeur

NEC

Jun. 13, 1995

Prof. Claude KARNOOUH
C.N.R.S.-I.N.A.L.C.O., Paris, France;
Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Reflections on the Fall of Communism

NEC

1995-1996

Jan. 10, 1996

Prof. Neagu DJUVARA
University of Bucharest, Romania

A barometer of the decay phase of the great empires. The phenomenon of the retreat of the <center> and the rise of the <peripheries>

NEC

Jan. 20, 1996

Prof. Jacques DERRIDA
Ecole des Hautes Études en Science Sociales, Paris, France;
University of California at Irvine, U.S.A.

Humanities and the Challenge of Contemporary Academic Policies

NEC

Feb. 13, 1996

Prof. Gabriel LIICEANU
University of Bucharest, Romania

Why is a history of Romanian philosophy not possible?

NEC

Apr. 4, 1996

Dr. Ştefan GOROVEI
A.D. Xenopol Institute for History, Iaşi, Romania

New History - Renewal of History

NEC

Apr. 6, 1996

Prof. Iso CAMARTIN
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Marginalité aujourd’hui

NEC

Apr. 10, 1996

Prof. Wulf SCHIEFENHÖVEL
Forschungsstelle für Humanethologie, Max Planck Institut, Andechs, Germany

Birth and Early Socialization - Cultural Experiments and Evolutionary Dimensions

NEC

Apr. 20, 1996

Prof. Stephen HOLMES
Center for Study of Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe, University of Chicago, U.S.A.

Cultural Legacies or State Collapse: Probing the Postcommunist Dilemma

NEC

May 27, 1996

Prof. Pierre AUBENQUE
Université de la Sorbonne Paris, France IV;
General Secretary of the Institut International de Philosophie, Paris, France

La querelle postmoderne dans la philosophie française contemporaine

NEC

Jun. 10, 1996

Aurelian CRĂIUŢU
Ph.D. Candidate at Princeton University, U.S.A.

From the interior to the generalized dialogue; the political philosophy of Mihai Şora

NEC

Jun. 11, 1996

Prof. Jeremy SCHONFIELD
Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, U.K.

Who are the Jews? Jews and Textuality

NEC

Jun. 17, 1996

Prof. Anthony LONG
University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A.

Stoic philosophers on private property and community

NEC

Jun. 18, 1996

Prof. Anthony LONG

University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A.

Choosing a philosophy of life: Skepticism, Stoicism or Epicureanism

NEC

1996-1997

Oct. 15, 1996

Prof. Harlan CLEVELAND

President, World Academy of Arts and Science, U.S.A.

Limits to Cultural Diversity

NEC

Oct. 22, 1996

Prof. Fritz WAGNER

Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany

Die Universitätslage in der deutschen Gesellschaft

NEC

Oct. 30, 1996

Nina CASSIAN

Writer, New York, U.S.A.

Insights into Romanian and American life and poetry

NEC

Nov. 20, 1996

Prof. Yehuda ELKANA

ETH Zurich, Switzerland;

Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Germany

Universalism vs. Relativism. The Beauties of Marginality

NEC

Nov. 25, 1996

Prof. Hans BELTING

Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe, Germany

Exhibiting Cultures

NEC

Jan. 22, 1997

Prof. Vladimir TISMĂNEANU

University of Maryland at College Park, U.S.A.

Reinventing Politics

NEC

Jan. 31, 1997

Prof. Jacques RUPNIK

Centre d’Études et de Recherche Internationales, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris, France

Europe's New Frontiers

NEC

Apr. 1, 1997

Prof. Jacques GARELLI

Université de Picardie “Jules Verne” Amiens, France

La sédimentation selon Husserl et la mémoire proustienne

NEC

May 1, 1997

Dr. Dr. h.c. Wolf LEPENIES

Rector of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin;
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

The State of Social Sciences after 1989

NEC

May 14, 1997

Adam MICHNIK

Chief-editor of Gazeta Wiborcza, Warsaw, Poland

The Specific Role of the Intellectuals in the Emerging Democracies of Central and Eastern Europe

NEC

May 26, 1997

Prof. Paul NIXON

University of Cambridge, U.K.

Contribution to Social Science Made by D. Gusti

NEC

May 27, 1997

Prof. Ann BUCKLEY

University of Cambridge, U.K.

The Self-conscious Revival of Folk Art in Ireland – Continuities, Identity and Renewal in a Small Country

NEC

Jun. 4, 1997

Aurelian CRĂIUŢU

Ph.D. Candidate at Princeton University, U.S.A.

The Solution of Pessimism: Notes on the Rhetoric of the Academic Discourse about Eastern Europe

NEC

Jun. 17, 1997

Prof. Michael BENEDIKT

Institute of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria

Between Existentialism and Neopositivism: Against Popper's Method

NEC

Sep. 26, 1997

Dr. Timothy GARTON-ASH

European Studies Centre

St Antony's College, University of Oxford, U.K.

Discussion on the occasion of the publication of the Romanian translation of “The Uses of Adversity” and “The Magic Lantern”

NEC

1997-1998

Oct. 1, 1997

Prof. Em. Heinrich URSPRUNG

former President of ETH Zurich;
former State Secretary for Science of Switzerland

Wissenschaftspolitik in Westeuropa

NEC

Oct. 6, 1997

Patrice BOLLON

Writer, Paris, France

Cioran l’hérétique

NEC

Oct. 23, 1997

Prof. Andrew LOUTH

University of Durham, U.K.

Mysticism – Name and Thing

NEC

Nov. 26, 1997

Prof. Zvi YAVETZ

University of Tel Aviv, Israel

Jews and Dacians in Latin Sources

NEC

Dec. 9, 1997

Prof. Alexander GAVRILOV

Director of the Bibliotheca Classica Petropolitana,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Silent Reading in Antiquity. A Cross-cultural Controversy

NEC

Dec. 11 and 17, 1997

PD Dr. Andreas STEFFENS

University of Kassel, Germany

From World to World or The Art of the Fugue I & II

NEC

Dec.15, 1997

Prof. Ivan SZELENYI

University of California at Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Winners and Losers of Post-communist Transition

NEC

Jan. 12, 1998

Prof. Hanna ZAREMSKA

University of Warsaw, Poland

Le concept de l’exclusion en Europe médiévale

NEC

Feb. 9, 1998

Prof. Andrew SANDERS

University of Durham, U.K.

What Is Englishness?

NEC

Feb. 26, 1998

Prof. Jeff BERNARD

Institut für Soziosemiotische Studien, Vienna, Austria

Drugs, Media and the Public

NEC

Feb. 27, 1998

Prof. Gloria WITHALM

University of Vienna, Austria

Self-Referentiality in Film and TV

NEC

Mar. 16, 1998

Prof. Gail Kligman

University of California at Los Angeles, U.S.A.

The Politics of Duplicity: Reproduction, Social Control, and Power in Ceauşescu’s Romania

NEC

Apr. 7, 1998

Dr. Hinnerk BRUHNS

Directeur de recherche au Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France;
Adjoint à l'Administrateur de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme - Programmes européens, Paris, France

La ville dans l’oeuvre de Max Weber: histoire universelle et analyse culturelle comparative

NEC

Apr. 10, 1998

Prof. Ursula VOGEL

University of Manchester, U.K.

Marriage and the Crisis of Order in Modern Liberal Society

NEC

May 14, 1998

Prof. Eike von SAVIGNY

University of Bielefeld, Germany

Truth

NEC

May 18, 1998

Prof. Laurent BAZIN

Institut Français de Leipzig, Germany

Homo emblematicus: voyages au pays du signe

NEC

Jun. 1, 1998

Prof. Jörn RÜSEN

President, Kulturwissenschatliches Institut, Wissenschaftszentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

What is the Meaning of History

NEC

Jun. 12, 1998

Prof. Kevin COPE

Louisiana State University, U.S.A.

Of Silurian Cider and Antediluvian Caterpillars: Fragments of Form and Interstices of Enlightenment in the English Eighteenth Century

NEC

Jun. 15, 1998

Prof. Kevin COPE

Louisiana State University, U.S.A.

Ending as Perpetual Beginning: Permutations of Postness and Post-Correctness in American Culture, American Academics, and American Post Offices

NEC

Jun. 19, 1998

Prof. Bernard LORTAT-JACOB

Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France

&

Prof. Jacques BOUËT

Université Paul Valéry de Montpellier, France

La ballade roumaine et les musiques de tradition orale européennes

NEC

Jun. 24, 1998

Prof. Adam CZARNOTA

Macquarie University of Sydney, Australia

Transitional Justice, Rule of Law and Dealing with the Past

NEC

Jul. 9, 1998

Dr. Paul NIXON

University of Cambridge, U.K.

Controlling the Past. Revolutionary Dreams and Dark Fears: George Orwell

NEC

1998-1999

Oct. 7, 1998

Dr. Laurent MILESI

University of Wales, Cardiff, U.K.

Promnesia (Remembering Forward) in "Midnight's Children": Rushdie's chutney versus Proust's madeleine

NEC

Oct. 8, 1998

Dr. Laurent MILESI

University of Wales, Cardiff, U.K.

Is there a Place (for Post-modernism) in Deconstruction?

NEC

Oct. 8, 1998

Dr. Rainer OHLIGER

Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany

Populations, Nations and the Conquest of Public Space in 20th Century Eastern and Central Europe

NEC

Oct. 9, 1998

Prof. Rainer MÜNZ

Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany

European Migration Patterns since 1945: From a Continent of Emigration to Fortress Europe?

NEC

Oct. 13, 1998

Prof. Anthony HARDING

University of Durham, U.K.

A View of the Landscape Archeology from the far West

NEC

Oct. 14, 1998

Prof. Em. Dr. Thomas SEBEOK

Indiana University at Bloomington, U.S.A.

Global Semiotics

NEC

Oct. 22, 1998

Prof. Jacques JULLIARD

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

La politique et le sacré

NEC

Nov. 19, 1998

Prof. Basarab NICOLESCU

Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France

A New Way of Knowledge: Transdisciplinarity

NEC

Dec. 16, 1998

Dr. Steven MANSBACH

Center for Advanced Study, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

On Eastern European Classical Modern Art

NEC

Jan. 6, 1999

Prof. Robert DESCIMON

Centre de Recherches Historiques, E.H.E.S.S.-C.N.R.S., Paris, France

La noblesse de robe au XVIIe siècle: le cas français

NEC

Jan. 27, 1999

Prof. Gabriel SANDU

University of Helsinki, Finland

Analytical Philosophy and Relativism

NEC

Feb. 1, 1999

Prof. Alain GUERY

Centre de Recherches Historiques, E.H.E.S.S.-C.N.R.S., Paris, France

La metaphoré des deux corps du roi: fondements philosophiques et limites historiographiques

NEC

Feb. 19, 1999

Prof. Istvan RÉV

Central European University, Budapest;

Director, Open Society Archives, Budapest, Hungary

The Necronym

NEC

Mar. 8, 1999

Prof. Jean-Claude SCHMITT

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

L’histoire des jeunes

NEC

Mar. 12, 1999

Prof. Paul H. STAHL

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

Birth, Marriage, and Death in South-Eastern Europe. Pagan and Christian Rituals

NEC

Mar. 29, 1999

Dr. Hinnerk BRUHNS

Directeur de recherche au Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris;
Adjoint à l'Administrateur de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme - Programmes européens, Paris, France

 

L’historien face à la sociologie weberienne: l’exemple de la domination charismatique. (Le cas de César et Hitler)

NEC

Apr. 21, 1999

Prof. John Christopher HENRY

University of Edinburgh, U.K.

Isaac Newton and the Problem of Action at a Distance

NEC

May 3, 1999

Prof. Wulf SCHIEFENHÖVEL

Forschungsstelle für Humanethologie, Max Planck Institut, Andechs, Germany

Constructing Sense and Giving Help – Concepts and Roles of Traditional Healers in Melanesia

NEC

May 12, 1999

Prof. Thomas ROBINSON

University of Toronto;
President of the International Society of Greek Philosophy, Toronto, Canada

The Defining Features of Mind-Body Dualism in the Writings of Plato

NEC

May 14, 1999

Prof. Claude KARNOOUH

C.N.R.S.-I.N.A.L.C.O., Paris, France;
University Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Communisme/Postcommunisme. Conflits d’interpretation

NEC

May 20, 1999

Prof. Neil LEACH

School of Architecture and Building Technology, University of Notingham, UK.

Millennium Britain: Diana, the Spice Girls and the Millennium Dome

NEC

May 24, 1999

Dragoş Paul ALIGICĂ

Ph.D. Candidate, Indiana University at Bloomington, U.S.A.

Recent Developments in the Theory of Economic Policies and Their Impact on Political Doctrines and Ideologies

NEC

May 26, 1999

Prof. Diana MISHKOVA

University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Legitimacy through Populism: The ‘Janus’ Quality of Balkan Modernity

NEC

Jun. 1, 1999

Dr. Christopher COKER

London School of Economics and Political Sciences, U.K.

The Post-Modern War

NEC

Jun. 15, 1999

Prof. Vladimir TISMĂNEANU

University of Maryland at College Park, U.S.A.

Lost Illusions: Hopes and Sorrows of the First Post-Communist Decade

NEC

Jun. 16, 1999

Dr. Aurelian CRĂIUŢU

Assistant Prof., Princeton University, U.S.A.

On Patriotism or the Charm of Things Outdated

NEC

Jun. 29, 1999

Prof. Andrei MARGA

Minister of Education, Bucharest, Romania

The Reform of Education and the Challenges of the New Century

NEC

1999-2000

Oct. 5, 1999

Prof. Sergio ROMANO

Università di Bocconi, Milano;
Columnist at the “Corriere della Sera”, Milano, Italy

Ten Years After the End of the Cold War

NEC

Oct. 15, 1999

Prof. Stephen J. GREENBLATT

Harvard University, Cambridge, U.S.A.

Hamlet in Purgatory

NEC

Oct. 16, 1999

Dr. Ramie TARGOFF

Yale University, New Haven, U.S.A.

Common Prayer: Public Devotion in Renaissance England

Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Bucharest

Oct. 25, 1999

Prof. Alan GROSS

University of Minnesota, St. Paul, U.S.A.

Do Disputes Over Priority Tell Us Anything About Science? A Socio-pragmatics of Scientific Discovery

NEC

Oct. 27, 1999

Prof. Em. Françoise CHOAY

Historian and theoretician of architecture, Paris, France

La question du temps chez Alberti et Haussmann

NEC

Nov. 4, 1999

Prof. Pál TAMÁS

Director of the Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest, Hungary

Post-Socialist Collective Memories: Tools for Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Central Europe

NEC

Nov. 11, 1999

Prof. James BRADLEY

Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

The Nature of Existence: Strong and Weak

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Nov. 11, 1999

Prof. James BRADLEY

Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

Transformations in Speculative Philosophy: 1870-1945

NEC

Nov. 15, 1999

Prof. James BRADLEY

Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

Whitehead’s Generalization of the Function

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Dec. 14, 1999

Dr. Cristian PREDA

NEC & RELINK Alumnus;
University of Bucharest, Romania

Ten Years – Ten Illusions

NEC

Jan. 25, 2000

Prof. Melvin FITTING

City University of New York, U.S.A.

Gödel and His Ontological Argument

NEC

Jan. 26, 2000

Prof. Melvin FITTING

City University of New York, U.S.A.

Quantifiers and Modal Logic

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Jan. 27, 2000

Prof. Melvin FITTING

City University of New York, U.S.A.

Modal Theorem Proving

National Inst. for Research and Development in Computer Science, Bucharest

Feb. 23, 2000

Prof. Marcel CORNIS-POPE

Virginia Commonwealth University, U.S.A.

The Culture of Transition and the «End of History» Syndrome

NEC

Mar. 8, 2000

Prof. Victor Ieronim STOICHIŢĂ

Université de Fribourg, Switzerland

The Shadow Stage, The Mirror Stage

NEC

Mar. 13, 2000

Prof. Bernard FLUSIN

Université Paris, France IV Sorbonne;
Chair of Byzantine Christian Studies,
École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, France

L’empreur hagiographe

NEC

Apr. 13, 2000

Prof. Timothy DARVILL

Bournemouth University, U.K.

Four Rivers and a Seaway: the Development of the Neolithic in Europe

NEC

May 9, 2000

Prof. Joseph RYKWERT

University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

The Seduction of Place

NEC

May 17, 2000

Prof. John GRAY

European Institute, The London School of Economics, U.K.

Liberal Toleration Reconsidered

NEC

May 18, 2000

Prof. John R. SEARLE

University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A.

Intetionality and Meaning

Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Bucharest

May 19, 2000

Prof. John R. SEARLE

University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A.

Rationality in Action

NEC

May 24, 2000

Prof. Michael Henry HEIM

Head of Dept. of Slavonic Languages,
University of California at Los Angeles, U.S.A.

East-Central Authors in America. A Translator’s Perspective

Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Bucharest

Jun. 8, 2000

Prof. Pierre MANENT

Centre Raymond Aron, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

Démocratie et nation

NEC

Jun. 12, 2000

Prof. Rex MARTIN

University of Wales at Swansea, U.K.;
University of Kansas, U.S.A.

Rawls and Rights

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Jun. 12, 2000

Prof. Bruce LINCOLN

Divinity School, University of Chicago, U.S.A.

Georges Dumézil: Continuing Legacy and Continuing Questions

NEC

Jun. 13, 2000

Prof. Bruce LINCOLN

Divinity School, University of Chicago, U.S.A.

Death by Water: Strange Events at the Strymon (persae 492-507) and Categorical Opposition of East and West

Dept. of History, University of Bucharest

Jun. 14, 2000

Prof. Rex MARTIN

University of Wales at Swansea, U.K.;
University of Kansas, U.S.A.

Rawls: Pluralism in the Democratic State and Overlapping Consensus

NEC

Jun. 26, 2000

Prof. Kit FINE

New York University, U.S.A.

The Question of Realism

NEC

Jun. 27, 2000

Prof. Kit FINE

New York University, U.S.A.

Some Reflections on Reduction

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Jul. 5, 2000

Prof. Richard EPSTEIN

University of New Mexico, U.S.A.

Arguments and Explanations

NEC

2000-2001

Nov. 14, 2000

Dr. Jean-Claude JOSEPH

Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation in Romania

La Suisse

NEC

Nov. 28, 2000

Prof. Françoise BONARDEL

Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I, France

Tradition et transmission

NEC

Feb. 12, 2001

Dr. Emil BRIX

Director, Cultural Dept., Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vienna;
Deputy Director of the Institute for Danubian Space and Central Europe, Vienna, Austria

Central European Perspectives in European Culture and Politics

NEC

Mar. 2, 2001

PD Dr. Joachim von PUTTKAMER

“Friedrich Schiller” University of Jena, Germany

Stratégies nationales et systèmes scolaires en Transylvanie, 1867-1914

NEC

Mar. 13, 2001

Prof. Tony JUDT

Director, Remarque Institute,
New York University, U.S.A.

The Lesser Evil? Reflections on the Nazism-Communism ComParis, Franceon

NEC

Mar. 20, 2001

Prof. Aleksander FIUT

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

The Polish Model – Cultural Identity and Civic Action

NEC

May 9, 2001

Dr. Augustin IOAN

NEC & RELINK Alumnus;
“I. Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest, Romania

Sacred Space – Public Space – Private Space

NEC

May 18, 2001

Prof. Sunil KHILNANI

Birkbeck College, University of London, U.K.

Democracy in India

NEC

Jun. 11, 2001

Prof. Thomas W. POGGE

Columbia University, New York, U.S.A.

A Critique of Anglo-American Conceptions of Social Justice

NEC

Jun. 18, 2001

Prof. Jutta SCHERRER

Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin, Germany;

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

Comment la Russie reconstruit son passé

NEC

Jun. 20, 2001

Prof. Giovanni SARTORI

University of Columbia, New York, U.S.A.;

University of Florence, Italy;

Director of «Rivista italiana di scienza politica»;

Editorialist of the newspaper «Corriere della Sera»

Italy After the May 13, 2001 Elections

NEC

Jun. 25, 2001

Dr. Christopher COCKER

London School of Economics, U.K.

NATO, Kosovo and the Policing of Human Rights

NEC

2001-2002

Oct. 3, 2001

Lord Ralf DAHRENDORF

House of Lords, London, U.K.

New Challages to Democracy

NEC

Nov. 21, 2001

Dr. Cristian PREDA

NEC and RELINK Alumnus;
University of Bucharest, Romania

Why Did the Interwar Democracy Fail?
An Electoral Explanation

NEC

Dec. 5, 2001

Prof. Zeev HARVEY

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Avicenna, Maimonides, and Spinoza on Amor Dei Intellectualis

NEC

Feb. 13, 2002

Prof. Quentin SKINNER

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, U.K.

On the History of Laughter

 

NEC

Feb. 14, 2002

Prof. Quentin SKINNER

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, U.K.

The Third Concept of Liberty

Invisible College, Bucharest

Feb. 15, 2002

Prof. Quentin SKINNER

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, U.K.

On the Liberty of Citizens: History, Theory, Prospects

West University, Timişoara

Mar. 21, 2002

Dr. Olivier MONGIN

Director of the review ESPRIT, Paris, France

L’apprentissage de la tolérance en Europe

 

NEC

Mar. 25, 2002

Prof. Remo GUIDIERI

Université Nanterre, Paris

Ecoles des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France

Cooper Union (School of Architecture), New York, U.S.A.

Chapelle périlleuse. Remarques sur deux lieux de culte, la chapelle de St. Dominique à Vence et la Rothko chapelle à Houston

NEC

Apr. 5, 2002

Jean-Noël GUINOT

Professeur agrégé de Lettres classiques,

Directeur de recherche au CNRS,

Directeur de l’Institut des Sources Chrétiennes, Université Catholique de Lyon, France

La collection « Sources Chrétiennes » et le renouveau des études patristiques en France au XXe siècle

NEC

May 16, 2002

Anne STENROS

General Manager, Design Forum Finland

Editor-in-Chief, Form Function Finland

BRAND IT! Finnish Design Brands in Global Competition

NEC

May 24, 2002

Prof. Urs ALTERMATT

Departement für Zeitgeschichte, Politikwissenschaften und Sozio-Kulturelle Anthropologie, Universität Freiburg, Switzerland

Die Schweiz – ein Modell für ein vereintes Europa?

NEC

Jun. 5, 2002

Prof. Douglas ALLEN

Chair, Dept. of Philosophy, The Maples University of Maine, Orono, U.S.A.

Borders, Violence, Terror, and Terrorism

NEC

Jun. 6, 2002

Prof. Matei CĂLINESCU

Dept. of Comparative Literature, Indiana University, U.S.A.

Modernity and Religion (starting from the book Omul recent by H.-R. Patapievici)

NEC

Jun. 7, 2002

Prof. Philippe ROGER

Directeur d’études, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales; Directeur de recherche, CNRS, Paris, France

L'invention des minorités dans la philosophie des Lumières

NEC

Jun. 12, 2002

Dr. Bryan RENNIE

Associate Professor, Dept. of Religion, History, Philosophy and Classics, Westminster College, U.K.

Toward a Philosophical Anthropology of Religion: Reconciling a Naturalistic Approach to the Study of Religion with the Belief of the Believer

NEC

Jun. 19, 2002

Prof. Mihai ZAMFIR

Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest, Romania

Literary Hermeneutics Today

NEC

2002-2003

Oct. 7, 2002

Prof. Moshe IDEL

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

Entwined Worlds: Cabalistic Versions of the Great Chain of Being

NEC

Oct. 18, 2002

Prof. Thomas PAVEL

Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, U.S.A.

Ethics and Beauty

NEC

Nov. 11, 2002

Prof. Mircea MARTIN

Dept. of Theory of Literature, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest, Romania

The “Discontinuous Time of Marxism” and the “Continuities of the Romanian People

NEC

Nov. 12, 2002

Prof. Christos YANNARAS

Pantion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, Greece

The Issue of Cultural Unity in Today’s Europe

NEC

Nov. 20, 2002

Prof. Peter GÖHLER

Dept. of German Studies, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

History of Literature and History of Art in the High Middle Ages: Aspects of Interdisciplinary Relations

NEC

Nov. 29, 2002

Dr. Matei CAZACU

Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Paris, France

The Wake of St Andrew’s Night

NEC

May 7, 2003

Prof. Peter BERGER

College of Arts and Sciences and School of Theology, University of Boston

Director, Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Boston, U.S.A.

Globalization and Culture

NEC

May 12, 2003

Prof. Larry WOLFF

Boston College, U.S.A.

The Enlightenment and the Orthodox World: Western Perspectives on Orthodox Religion in Eastern Europe

NEC

May 23, 2003

Prof. Gábor KLANICZAY

Central European University, Budapest

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Permanent Fellow, Collegium Budapes, Hungary

Late Medieval Canonization Trials and Early Modern Witch-Trials. A ComParis, Franceon

NEC

May 29, 2003

Prof. Jacques WAARDENBURG

Faculty of Theology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

After Eliade. Religion as a Field of Investigation

NEC

Jun. 12, 2003

Prof. Hans N.WEILER

Professor Emeritus of Education and Political Science, Stanford University, U.S.A.

Professor Emeritus of Comparative Politics and former Rector, Viadrina European University, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany

Knowledge, Power and Culture: The International Politics of Knowledge Production and the Future of Higher Education

NEC

2003-2004

 

 

 

Oct. 15, 2003

Prof. Douglas ALLEN

Chair, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Maine, U.S.A.

The Contributions of Philosophical Phenomenology and Hermeneutics to the Study of Religion

NEC

Oct. 20, 2003

Dr. Matei CAZACU

Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Paris, France

Informers in Romanian Past. Methodological Considerations and Case Studies

NEC

Dec. 3, 2003

Dr. Bedanna BAPULY

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria

The Application of EC Law

NEC

Jan. 29, 2004

Prof. Remo GUIDIERI

Professor of Aesthetic Anthropology, Nanterre University, Paris, France; Ecoles des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France; Cooper Union (School of Architecture), New York, U.S.A.

Suite aux deux paganismes

NEC

Feb. 9, 2004

Prof. Catherine COLLIOT-THÉLÈNE

Directrice du Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin, Germany

La controverse expliquer/comprendre: un paradigme pour les sciences sociales?

NEC

Feb. 11, 2004

Prof. Philippe LEJEUNE

Université Paris, France-Nord, France

Le journal intime - histoire d'une pratique

NEC

Mar. 2, 2004

André Bartetzki

Composer, Associate Professor, Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Germany

Sound Synthesis and Csound (I) – Lecture and workshop

University of Music, Bucharest

Mar. 3, 2004

André Bartetzki

Composer, Associate Professor, Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Germany

Sound Synthesis and Csound (II) – Lecture and workshop

University of Music, Bucharest

Mar. 3, 2004

Dr. Joshua MURAVCHIK

American Entreprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington D.C., U.S.A.

The Rise and Fall of Socialism

NEC

Mar. 4, 2004

André Bartetzki

Composer, Associate Professor, Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Germany

Sound Synthesis and Csound (III) – Lecture and workshop

University of Music, Bucharest

Mar. 5, 2004

André Bartetzki

Composer, Associate Professor, Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Germany

Sound Synthesis and Csound (IV) – Lecture and workshop

University of Music, Bucharest

Mar. 5, 2004

André Bartetzki

Composer, Associate Professor, Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Germany

Contemporary German Eletronic Music

University of Music, Bucharest

Mar. 19, 2004

Prof. Olivier BOULNOIS

Directeur d’études Religions et philosophies dans le christianisme au Moyen Âge, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes – Sciences Religieuses, Paris, France

Quoi de neuf? Le Moyen Âge.

Une conférence sur l'actualité de la philosophie médiévale

NEC

Apr. 22, 2004

Prof. Natale SPINETO

Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy

L’histoire des religions en Italie

NEC

May 4, 2004

Prof. Em. Janos KORNAI

Harvard University; Permanent Fellow, Collegium Budapest-Institute for Advanced Study, Hungary

Economics in the Light of Post-Socialist Transition

NEC

May 7, 2004

Prof. Fernando SAVATER

Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain

The Path towards Freedom

NEC

May 19, 2004

Dr. Paul-Antoine MIQUEL

Faculté des lettres de Nice, France

Démocratiser la démocratie: précarité, responsabilité et précaution

NEC

May 20, 2004

Prof. Maarten BRANDS

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

On American “Primacy”, European Weaknesses, and a UN that Badly Needs to be Reformed. Times of Great Not-knowing

NEC

Jun. 16, 2004

Andrei ŞERBAN

Film Director; Professor, Columbia University, New York, U.S.A.

Shakespeare and Spirituality

NEC

2004-2005

 

 

 

Oct. 12, 2004

Prof. Maria TODOROVA

University of Illinois, U.S.A.

The Trap of Backwardness: Modernity, Temporality, and East European Nationalism

NEC

Nov. 9, 2004

Prof. Alois M. HAAS

Deutsches Seminar, Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Zürich, Switzerland

 

and

 

Navid KERMANI

Writer, Köln, Germany

Vom Schmerz Gottes im christlichen Kontext

 

 

 

 

 

Der Schrecken Gottes. Attar, Hiob und die

metaphysische Rebellion

NEC

Nov. 19, 2004

Prof. Thomas PAVEL

Professor and Chair, Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, U.S.A.

Promises and bets. Recent Debates in the American Moral Philosophy

NEC

Nov. 25, 2004

Prof. Martin SCHEININ

Professor of Constitutional and International Law

Director of the Institute for Human Rights, Abo Akademi University, Finland

The Evolving Law of Non-Discrimination - Universal and European Developments

NEC

Nov. 29, 2004

Prof. David SHULMAN

Indian Studies and Comparative Religion, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

Bhavana: Notions of the Imagination

in Medieval South India

NEC

Jan 20, 2005

Prof. Adam CZARNOTA

Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Globalization and the Rule of Law.

Partners or Enemies?

NEC

Jan 26, 2005

Prof. Daniel GARBER

Faculty of Philosophy, Princeton University, Princeton, U.S.A.

How to Do Things with Texts. And Why Bother?

NEC

Feb. 16, 2005

Prof. Gabriel LIICEANU

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest; Director, Humanitas Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania

On Lying

NEC

Feb. 18, 2005

Prof. Arnold SUPPAN

Chairman, Historical Commission, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria

The Balkans in the Present Time - Problems and Perspectives

NEC

Mar. 16, 2005

Ştefan NICULESCU

Composer, Bucharest, Romania

The Temptation of Wholeness

NEC

Mar. 18, 2005

Prof. Tom SORELL

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Essex, U.K.

Hobbes and the Invention of the Science of Politics

NEC

Apr. 6, 2005

Prof. Geert van PAEMEL

University of Leuven, Belgium

The Conservatives' Revolution

NEC

Apr. 12, 2005

Hugo LOETSCHER

Writer, Zurich, Switzerland

Switzerland: Myth and Reality – The Ability to Keep Loosing Its Innocence Over and Over Again

Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest

Apr. 14, 2005

Prof. John COTTINGHAM

University of Reading, U.K.

Descartes' Theory of the Mind and Its Reputation in the Modern Era

NEC

Apr. 19, 2005

Hugo LOETSCHER

Writer, Zurich, Switzerland

An Author and His Themes

NEC

May 11, 2005

Hugo LOETSCHER

Writer, Zurich, Switzerland

Identität im Meltingpot – Brasilien und Mexiko als Beispiele

NEC

May 18, 2005

Aurelian CRĂIUŢIU

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Sciences, Indiana University

Dilemmas of Political Moderation

NEC

May 19, 2005

Jan GUILLOU

Journalist, novelist and playwriter, Sweden

On the Images of Evil

 

NEC

May 25, 2005

Justin Smith

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec

The Tenacity of Occult Forces in Late 17th-Century Natural Philosophy

NEC

May 27, 2005

Jaques REVEL

Directeur d’études, L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Pourquoi le récit intéresse-t-il à nouveau les historiens ? Réflexions sur un retour

NEC

Jun. 2, 2005

Andrei ŞERBAN

Theater and Opera Director

Open Talk with the Public

NEC

Jun. 3, 2005

Andrei ŞERBAN

Theater and Opera Director

Open Talk with the Public

NEC

Jun. 2, 2005

Andrei ŞERBAN

Theater and Opera Director

Open Talk with the Public

NEC

Jun. 9, 2005

Maria BUCUR

John W. Hill Associate Professor of East European History, Indiana University, Bloomington

Violence of Memory, Memory of Violence: Heroism and Victimization in War Commemorations

NEC

Jun. 15, 2005

Marc Olivier BARUCH

Directeur d’études, Histoire et civilisations de l’Europe, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

La mémoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale dans la France d'aujourd'hui

NEC

 

2005-2006

 

 

Nov. 17, 2005

Élie Barnavi

Professeur d’histoire à l’Université de Tel Aviv et ancien ambassadeur d’Israël en France

Politique et religion dans le Proche Orient contemporain

NEC

Jan. 18, 2006

Radu Gabrea

Film Director/Screenwriter

Andrei Oişteanu

Writer/Researcher/Professor, Univ. of Bucharest

Corina Petrescu

Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison

130 Years since the Founding of the First Jewish Theatre in the World (Iaşi, 1876)

 

NEC

Jan. 20, 2006

Jad HATEM

Professor, Saint-Joseph University, Beirut

De l’amour pur hyperbolique en mystique musulmane

NEC

Jan. 27, 2006

Catharine R. Stimpson

Professor and Dean, Graduate School of Arts & Science, New York University

The Global University: Will It Be A Model Institution?

NEC

Feb. 8, 2006

Matei CAZACU

Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Paris

Romania’s Five Modernities

NEC

Feb. 9, 2006

Henri BENTEGEAT

Général d'Armée, Chef d’Etat Major des Armées, France

Quelle défense, pour quelle Europe ?

NEC

Mar. 16, 2006

Axel Gelfert

Fellow, Collegium Budapest - Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest
(Lecture under the Hertie Program)

Philosophische Perspektiven des

Anachronismus-Problems

NEC

Mar. 17, 2006

Klaus L. Berghahn

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Citoyen Schillers Aesthetische Revolution

Univ. Bucharest

Mar. 29, 2006

Jean JOLIVET

Directeur d'études émérite, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris

Abélard dans l’histoire de la philosophie médiévale

NEC

Apr. 3, 2006

Horst BREDEKAMP

Professor of Art History, Humboldt University, Berlin, Permanent Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

(Lecture under the Hertie Program)

Galileo der Künstler / Galileo the Artist

NEC

Apr. 4, 2006

Horst BREDEKAMP

Professor of Art History, Humboldt University, Berlin, Permanent Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

(Lecture under the Hertie Program)

The Artist as Criminal

UNA Gallery, The National University of Arts

Apr. 5, 2006

Horst BREDEKAMP

Professor of Art History, Humboldt University, Berlin, Permanent Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

(Lecture under the Hertie Program)

Theorie des Bildaktes/

Theory of Picture Acts

NEC

Apr. 27, 2006

Ulrich MÜLLER

Assistant Professor, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena; Fellow, Collegium Budapest
(Lecture under the Hertie Program)

Albert Einstein und die künstlerische Avantgarde/

Albert Einstein and the Artistic Avantgarde

NEC

Jun. 7, 2006

Stephen J. GREENBLATT

John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University

Shakespeare and the Ethics of Authority

NEC

2006-2007

 

 

 

Oct. 10, 2006

Philippe SERS

Historien d’art, enseigne la philosophie de l’art à l’École d’architecture de Paris-La-Villette; Professeur au Studium Notre-Dame, à l’École cathédrale et à l’Institut des arts sacrés

Les enjeux de la modernité chez Kandinsky

UNAgaleria

Oct. 11, 2006

 

Philippe SERS

Historien d’art, enseigne la philosophie de l’art à l’École d’architecture de Paris-La-Villette; Professeur au Studium Notre-Dame, à l’École cathédrale et à l’Institut des arts sacrés

Art et totalitarisme, le sens d'une rencontre

 

NEC

Oct. 12, 2006

 

Philippe SERS

Historien d’art, enseigne la philosophie de l’art à l’École d’architecture de Paris-La-Villette; Professeur au Studium Notre-Dame, à l’École cathédrale et à l’Institut des arts sacrés

Qu'est-ce que Dada ?

 

 

Conferinţa va fi urmată de proiecţia filmelor

Rêves à vendre şi Dadascope de Hans Richter, cu comentariile lui Philippe Sers

UNAgaleria

Universitatea Naţională

de Arte

 

Oct. 16, 2006

 

 Solomon Marcus

Conjugated Couples; Hidden Conflicts

 

NEC

Oct. 20, 2006

Ion Vianu

Guénon - Jung and the Crisis of the Modern World

NEC

Oct. 24, 2006

 

Daniel ALCOUFFE

Ancien responsable du Département des Objets d'art du Musée du Louvre

Le département des Objets d'art au musée du Louvre

 

UNAgaleria

National University of Arts

Oct. 25, 2006

 

Daniel ALCOUFFE

Ancien responsable du Département des Objets d'art du Musée du Louvre

Les collections d'objets d'art de Louis XIV

 

NEC

Oct. 27, 2006

 

Stefan Litwin

Pianist and Composer, Professor for piano and chambermusic, new music and interpretation, University Musik Saar, Germany

Piano concert. In the program: Concord Sonata by Charles Ives, with the pianist’s comments.

 

 

 

NEC

Nov. 22, 2006

 

Lia Lindner

Art Historian, University of Hamburg

 

Die Avantgarde auf den Anklagebank. Tendenzen in der westeuropäischen kunstwissenschaftlichen Literatur und ihre Auswirkungen auf die ostmittel - und südosteuropäischen Avantgarde/

Avangarda pe banca acuzării. Tendinţele instoriogafiei occidentale şi influenţa lor asupra avangardei central şi est europene

NEC

Nov. 23, 2006

 

Lia Lindner

Art Historian, University of Hamburg

 

The Avant-garde in Romania and Hungary

 

UNAgaleria,

National University of Arts

Dec. 4, 2006

 

Bruno Pinchard

Professeur de Philosophie de la Renaissance et de l’Âge classique à l’Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3

Guénon lecteur de Leibniz

 

NEC

Dec. 7, 2006

 

Helga NOWOTNY

Vice-chair and founding member of the Scientific Council of ERC, the European Research Council

Frontier Research: The ERC (European Research Council) and What it Means for the Social Sciences and Humanities

 

NEC

Jan. 29, 2007

 

Friedrich Wilhelm Graf

Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics

University of München

 

Prägnante Distinktion.

Das theologische Programm Joseph

Ratzingers (Benedikt XVI)/

O distincţie relevantă.

Programul teologic al lui Joseph Ratzinger (Benedict al XVI-lea)

NEC

Feb. 7, 2007

 

David Gugerli

Professor in the History of Science and Technology, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich

The Culture of the Control Society. Data Management as a Signifying Practice

 

NEC

Feb. 19, 2007

 

Victor STOICHIŢĂ

Professeur, Séminaire d’Histoire de l’Art, Faculté des Lettres, Université de Fribourg

The Flesh of the Saints

 

NEC

Feb. 20, 2007

 

Alois HAHN

Profesor de sociologie la universitate din Trier, Germania

Sociology of the Church Confession and other Forms of Institutionalized Confession:

Selfthematization and the Process of Civilization

 

Institute of Political Research, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Bucharest

Feb. 20, 2007

 

Victor STOICHIŢĂ

Professeur, Séminaire d’Histoire de l’Art, Faculté des Lettres, Université de Fribourg

The Skin of Saint Bartholomew

 

NEC

Feb. 21, 2007

 

Victor STOICHIŢĂ

Professeur, Séminaire d’Histoire de l’Art, Faculté des Lettres, Université de Fribourg

Caravaggio’s Angels

 

NEC

Feb. 22, 2007

 

Alois HAHN

Profesor de sociologie la universitate din Trier, Germania

Inklusion und Exklusion

 

NEC

Feb 23, 2007

 

Victor STOICHIŢĂ

Professeur, Séminaire d’Histoire de l’Art, Faculté des Lettres, Université de Fribourg

Tears and Saints

NEC

Mar. 5, 2007

 

Mariana Hausleitner

Researcher, Institut für deutsche Kultur und Geschichte Südosteuropas, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Deutsche und Juden in der Bukowina und Bessarabien zwischen 1918 und 1941/

Germanii şi evreii din Bucovina şi Basarabia între 1918-1941

NEC

Mar. 13, 2007

 

André Reszler

Professeur honoraire à l’Universite de Genève

L'Europe centrale entre le rêve identitaire et la réalité

 

NEC

Mar. 30, 2007

 

Wulf Schiefenhövel

Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology, Andechs University of Munich

How Universal are Human Thoughts? Language, Classification and Cognition in a Highland New Guinea Society

NEC

Apr. 19, 2007

 

Geert Lovink

New media theorist, Institute of Network Cultures, Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Issues in Critical Network Cultures

 

NEC

Apr. 20, 2007

 

Linda Wallace

New media artist and curator

 

New Project for Contemporary Art

International Centre for Contemporary Art

Apr. 27, 2007

 

Hartmut Raguse

Psycho-analist and Professor of Theology, Theologisches Seminar, Universität Basel

Psychoanalytische Religionskritik und der Glaube - von einer Gegnerschaft zur Annäherung/

 

NEC

May 15, 2007

 

Dorothee de Neve

Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Christliche Werte und Politik - zur aktuellen politischen Wertedebatte /

 

NEC

May 16, 2007

 

Peter Anstey

Professor, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Empirical Explanation in Locke

 

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

May 17, 2007

 

Peter Anstey

Professor, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Early Modern Philosophy of Experiment

 

NEC

May 21, 2007

Sarah Wilson

Courtauld Institute of Art, London

The Visual World of French Theory

 

NEC

May 28, 2007

Jean-Louis VIEILLARD-BARON

Professeur, Université de Poitiers

Jacob’s Wresting with the Angel

 

NEC

June 25, 2007

 

Alexander Golitzin

Professor, Marquette University, SUA

 

Silviu BUNTA

Professor, Dayton University, SUA

Theophaneia: The Divine Manifestation in the Traditions of the Second Temple, Christianity and Rabbinism

NEC

2007-2008

 

 

 

Nov. 1, 2007

 

Thomas HUNKELER

Professeur de Littérature française, Directeur du Département de français, Université de Fribourg

L'arrière-pays des avant-gardes: incursions dans un territoire méconnu

 

NEC

Dec. 12, 2007

 

Mircea DUMITRU

Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

On the Phenomenal Conscience or How Should the Subjective Experience Be Understood

 

NEC

Mar. 11, 2008

Tomasz Kizny

Photographer and journalist, Poland

Gulag: Life And Death Inside The Soviet Concentration Camps 1917-1990

NEC

Apr. 9, 2008

 

Herta Müller

Writer, Germany

Der König verneigt sich und tötet

 

Evening of reading and discussions with

Herta Müller

NEC

Apr.16, 2008

Alexandru Cizek

Münster University, Germany

Docta domna: The Image of the Intellectual Woman in Medieval Literature

NEC

Apr. 17, 2008

Norman MAnea

Writer, United States of America

Kafkian Impossibilities

 

NEC

Apr. 22, 2008

 

Oskar Bätschmann

Professor of art history, Universität Bern, Switzerland

The Paragone Dispute by Varchi and Vasari in Florence around 1550

 

National University of Arts

Apr. 23, 2008

 

Oskar Bätschmann

Professor of art history, Universität Bern, Switzerland

The Artiste on Show: Gustave Courbet

 

NEC

May 14, 2008

Peter K. WEHRLI

Writer, Switzerland

Bukarest und Zürich: Die Gemainsamkeit heisst Dada 

NEC

May 21, 2008

 

Jürgen Kocka

Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

Dealing with Difficult Pasts. Dictatorships and Collective Memories in Germany

 

NEC

June 4, 2008

 

Isabelle DraElants

Chargée de recherches CNRS, Responsable de l’ « Atelier Vincent de Beauvais, encyclopédisme et transmission des connaissances », Université de Nancy II

Le passage du quadrivium à la philosophie naturelle  dans les encyclopédies latines du 13e siècle

 

NEC

June 11, 2008

Péter EsterhÁzy

Writer

Über die Sprache des 21. Jahrhunderts

 

NEC

2008-2009

 

 

 

Oct. 29, 2008

 

Philippe PROCHASSON

Directeur d'études, Centre de Recherches Historiques, EHESS, Paris

 

Réflexions sur la subjectivité de l'historien

 

The event was part of a series of talks and seminars,

L’Europe : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles recherches, a program of the New Europe College in collaboration with the French Institute in Bucharest and Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.

NEC

Oct. 30, 2008

 

Philippe PROCHASSON

Directeur d'études, Centre de Recherches Historiques, EHESS, Paris

La mémoire comme raison. Mémoire, histoire et émotions collectives dans la France contemporaine

 

Institute of Political Research, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Bucharest

Jan. 21, 2009

Vincent Dubois

Professeur à l’Institut d’études politiques de Strasbourg et membre de l’Institut Universitaire de France

Convergences, influences et affinités électives : réflexions sur l’européanisation des politiques sociales et de l’emploi

 

NEC

Jan. 22, 2009

Vincent Dubois

Professeur à l’Institut d’études politiques de Strasbourg et membre de l’Institut Universitaire de France

Y a-t-il une politique culturelle européenne ?

 

French Institute, Bucharest

 

Feb. 3, 2009

Alberto Castaldini
Director, the Italian Cultural Institute, Bucharest

Real History and Virtual History:
Two Approaches to Judaism

 

This event was part of the 2008-2009 series of meetings organized by the Group of Advanced Jewish Studies in Bucharest

NEC

Feb. 11, 2009

Pedro Fuentes

Lawyer specialized in diplomatic and consular law, founder and speaker of the organization Presidio Politico Cubano

Being a Political Prisoner in Castro’s Cuba

 

NEC

Feb. 17, 2009

Irène Théry

Chercheur au CNRS, Directrice d'études à l'EHESS, Marseille

Les transformations de la famille et de la parenté en France

 

NEC

Feb. 18, 2009

Irène Théry

Chercheur au CNRS, Directrice d'études à l'EHESS, Marseille

La distinction de sexe : une approche relationnelle de la question du genre

French Institute, Bucharest

Feb. 26, 2009

 

Jean-Pierre ALBERT

Directeur d’études à l’EHESS, Paris -Toulouse

La nouvelle culture du vin en Europe. Entre la passion et le marché

 

French Institute, Bucharest

Feb. 27, 2009

 

Jean-Pierre ALBERT

Directeur d’études à l’EHESS, Paris -Toulouse

Orthodoxie et dissidences dans le christianisme latin :

 un regard anthropologique

 

NEC

Mar. 24, 2009

 

Martin von Koppenfels

Professor of World and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Theory, Bielefeld University

Infame Erzähler. Céline und Jonathan Littell

 

NEC

Mar. 25, 2009

Thomas Hunkeler

Professeur à la Faculté des Lettres de l’Université de Fribourg

Quand Dada change de passeport

 

NEC

Mar. 26, 2009

Patrice Duran

Professeur des Universités

École Normale Supérieure de Cachan et Institut des Sciences sociales du Politiques (CNRS-ENS de Cachan)

Les métamorphoses de la régulation politique

 

French Institute, Bucharest

Mar. 27, 2009

Patrice Duran

Professeur des Universités

École Normale Supérieure de Cachan et Institut des Sciences sociales du Politiques (CNRS-ENS de Cachan)

Légitimité, responsabilité et action publique

NEC

Mar. 31, 2009

László Kontler

Professor, Director of MA Programs

Department of History,

Central European University, Budapest

Distances celestial and terrestrial,

or relevant knowledge on the margins: Maximilian Hell’s Arctic expedition of

1768-1769

NEC

Apr. 6, 2009

Alain Chatriot

Chargé de recherche au CNRS, CRH-AHMOC (Centre de recherches historiques – Approches historiques des mondes contemporains), Diplômé de l'IEP de Paris, Agrégé d'histoire, docteur en histoire de l'EHESS

Les renouveaux de l’histoire politique française du contemporain

 

Institute of Political

Research, Faculty of Political Sciences,

University of Bucharest

Apr. 7, 2009

Luca Giuliani

Professor of Classical Archaeology, Humboldt Universität, Berlin

Rector, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

Monuments of the Dacian Wars in Rome: Trajan’s Forum and Trajan’s Column Revisited.

 

NEC

Apr. 7, 2009

Alain Chatriot

Chargé de recherche au CNRS, CRH-AHMOC (Centre de recherches historiques – Approches historiques des mondes contemporains), Diplômé de l'IEP de Paris, Agrégé d'histoire, docteur en histoire de l'EHESS

Les agriculteurs français et la politique agricole commune : entre soutien, défiance et adaptation

 

French Institue, Bucharest

May 12, 2009

Patricia Parker

Professor, Stanford University Department of English

Was (and is) Shakespeare English?

 

NEC

May 18, 2009

Gisèle Sapiro

Directrice de recherche au CNRS

(Centre de sociologie européenne, Paris)

Traduction et diversité culturelle en Europe

 

NEC

May 19, 2009

Gisèle Sapiro

Directrice de recherche au CNRS

(Centre de sociologie européenne, Paris)

La responsabilité de l'écrivain :

aux origines de la théorie sartrienne de la littérature engagée

French Institute,

Bucharest

May 20, 2009

Alexandra Schüssler

Curator of the European department at the Musée d’Ethnographie Genève

 

Willem Mes

Photographer, Utrecht

MEG Conches: Villa Sovietica (Work in Progress)

 

NEC

June 19, 2009

Adam Michnik

Writer, Polland

Confessions of a Converted Dissident

 

With the participation of Emil Hurezeanu,

Vladimir Tismăneanu and Wojciech Zajaczkowski

NEC

2009-2010

 

 

 

Oct. 3, 2009

Thomas LINDENBERGER

Director, Boltzmann Institute for European History and Public Spheres, Vienna; Associate professor, University of Potsdam

The event takes place within the framework of the International Conference Remembering Communism, Methodological and Practical Issues of Approaching the Recent Past in Eastern Europe, hosted by the Romanian Peasant Museum (October 1st-3rd).

NEC

Nov. 3, 2009

Ulrich SCHMID

Professor for Culture and Society of Russia, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

American Mass Culture and Soviet Propaganda: Walt Disney’s Snow White (1937) and Sergei Eisenstein’s Alexander Nevsky (1938)

NEC

Nov. 12, 2009

Eric SCHLIESSER

University of Ghent

Spinoza’s Critiques of Mathematical Science

NEC

Nov. 13, 2009

Eric SCHLIESSER

University of Ghent

Isaac Newton’s Challenge to philosophy

Faculty of Philosophy,

University of Bucharest

Nov. 30, 2009

Jürgen K. ZANGENBERG

Academic Director, Leiden Institute for Religious Studies; Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Early Christian Literature at Leiden Faculty of Humanities, and  Professor of Archaeology at Leiden Faculty of Archaeology

Rome in Jerusalem and Jerusalem in Rome. Different Traces of the Jewish Revolt

NEC

Dec. 3, 2009

Silvia MANZO

Max Plank Institute, Berlin

Mythology and Holy Writ in Bacon's

 Natural Philosophy

Faculty of Philosophy,

University of Bucharest

Dec. 4, 2009

Silvia MANZO

Max Plank Institute, Berlin

Probability and Certainty in

Francis Bacon: The Case of Law

NEC

Dec. 15, 2009

Luiza PALANCIUC

Mihai ŞORA

 

 

 

 

Benjamin Fondane.

The Tragic Conscience and the Tensioned Sources of Existentialism

 

NEC

Mar. 4, 2010

Andrei OIŞTEANU

Researcher, Institute for History of Religions of the Romanian Academy

Religion and Narcotics

Using ritual magic psychotropic plants in the Carpathian-Danubian Space

 

NEC

Mar. 9, 2010

Michael VICKERS

Professor of Archaeology, University of Oxford; Curator of Greek and Roman Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum;

Senior Research Fellow of Jesus College

Pericles in Athenian Comedy and Tragedy

NEC

Mar. 25, 2010

Ed SLOWICK

Winona State University and Pittsburgh Center for Philosophy of Science

Leibniz and Relationism: Why Nothing Works

NEC

Mar. 26, 2010

Ed SLOWICK

Winona State University and Pittsburgh Center for Philosophy of Science

Hobbes and the ‘phantasm’ of space

Faculty of Philosophy,

University of Bucharest

Apr. 19, 2010

Roger ARIEW  

Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of South Florida

Descartes and Leibniz as Readers of Suárez:Theory of Distinctions and Principle of Individuation

NEC

Apr. 20, 2010

Roger ARIEW  

Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of South Florida

Galileo's Telescopic Observations through the Lenses of 17th Century Culture

Faculty of Philosophy,

University of Bucharest

Apr. 22, 2010

Mirel BĂNICĂ

Researcher, Institute of the History of Religions of the Romanian Academy

In My Own Way I’m a Believer: The Practice of Religious Pilgrimage in Contemporary Romania

NEC

Apr. 29, 2010

Marc ABÉLÈS

Directeur d'études à l'EHESS

Directeur de l'Institut Interdisciplinaire d'Anthropologie du Contemporain

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Anthropologie de la globalisation

French Institute,

Bucharest

Apr. 30, 2010

Marc ABÉLÈS

Directeur d'études à l'EHESS

Directeur de l'Institut Interdisciplinaire d'Anthropologie du Contemporain

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

L'Etat, ses scènes et ses symboles: une perspective anthropologique

NEC

May 27, 2010

Mihaela TIMUŞ

Researcher, Institute of the History of Religion of the Romanian Academy

On the Escathologic Body According to the Zoroastrian Tradition

NEC

June 10, 2010

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS

Professeur des Universités à l’Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse

Les programmes de réformes administratives dans les Etats de l'UE : grandes tendances et essai de comparaison

French Institute,

Bucharest

June 11, 2010

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS

Professeur des Universités à l’Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse

Vers un Etat hybride : après le New Public Management, une néo-bureaucratie wébérienne ?

NEC

June 21, 2010

H.E. Radoslaw SIKORSKI

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

Lecture

NEC

2010-2011

 

 

 

Nov. 10, 2010

Ekaterina DEGOT

Independent art historian, art critic, and curator based in Moscow

The Russian Art Scene of the 2000s: Inventing the Past, Remembering the Future.

Conceptual archive, political dimension, neo-minimalism in art and curatorial practice

NEC

Dec. 13, 2010

Judit ANGEL

Art historian, art critic and curator, currently curator at the Mücsarnok/Kunsthalle in Budapest

Problems of Re-Evaluation of the '80s and '90s Art in Romania

 

Case study: The exhibition When History Comes Knocking, Plan B Gallery, Berlin, December 2010-February 2011

National University of Arts, Bucharest

(Str. General Budişteanu nr. 19),

Room no. 41

Mar. 23, 2011

Zoran ERIĆ

Art historian, curator and lecturer, curator of the Centre for Visual Culture at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade

Building Micro-communities in the Museum:

The model of Centre for Visual Culture at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade

NEC

Mar. 31, 2011

Iara BOUBNOVA

Curator and art critic, Director of the Institute for Contemporary Art - Sofia, Curator of the Department of East European Art, Senior Lecturer at the "Contemporaneity and Art" MA program of the Cultural Studies Department, St. Kliment Ohridsky Sofia State University

From Defects to Effects. Our Art History through Big Exhibitions during Last 20 Years

NEC

Apr. 6, 2011

Hinnerk BRUHNS

Directeur de recherche, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France

Retour sur la théorie de la bureaucratie chez Max Weber

Negulescu hall, Faculty of Political Science,

str. Spiru Haret nr. 8

Apr. 11, 2011

Ulrich SCHMID

Professor for the Culture and Society of Russia, University of St. Gallen

Symbolic Narratives in the Soviet/Russian Constitutions of the 20th Century

„1989” hall,

Faculty of Political Science,

str. Spiru Haret nr. 8

Apr. 12, 2011

Ileana PINTILIE

Curator, critic, profesor la Facultatea de Arte, Universitatea de Vest, Timişoara

Dincolo de Cortină. Proiecte curatoriale din anii 1990

NEC

May 5, 2011

Aleš ERJAVEC

Director of Research at the Institute of Philosophy of the Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Professor of Aesthetics at the University of Ljubljana and at the University of Primorska

Aesthetic Revolutions

NEC

May 11, 2011

Terry PINKARD

Professor, Philosophy Department, Georgetown University

From Hegel to Marx: What Went Wrong?

NEC

May 18, 2011

Anthony GARDNER

Andrew Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK

Reframing Warburg: Atlas Effects after Communism

NEC

2011-2012

 

 

 

Oct. 26, 2011

Jean DELUMEAU

Historian, Honorary Professor at Collège de France,  Member of Institut de France, and of Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres

La recherche du Paradis

 

Event co-organized by the NEC with the University of Bucharest, „Erbiceanu” Cultural Foundation, and the History of the Imaginary Center, Faculty of History, University of Bucharest.

NEC

Nov. 10, 2011

Alexandru TOCILESCU

Theatre director

 

First lecture on Comedy, in a series of talks on the subject, by the theatre director,

Mr. Alexandru TOCILESCU

NEC

Nov. 17, 2011

Levon CHOOKASZIAN

Head of Chair of History and Theory of Armenian Art, Yerevan  State University

 

Lights and Splendors of Armenian Book Illumination

NEC

Nov. 24, 2011

Cristian PREDA

Professor, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Political Science

Were rumânii [the Romanians] Happy? Vote and power from 1831 to our days.

NEC

Jan. 16, 2012

Bojana PEJIĆ

Art historian, critic and curator

Gender Check - Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe

National University of Arts, Bucharest (Budișteanu str. 19, 3d floor,

room 41)

Jan. 19, 2012

Bojana PEJIĆ

Art historian, critic and curator

Public Art and the Politics of Collective Memory

NEC

Jan. 25, 2012

Marian MAZZONE

Chair, Department of Art History

Professor, Modern & Contemporary Art,

College of Charleston, South Carolina

New Media and the Idea of the Post-Modern

NEC

Mar. 19, 2012

Edit ANDRÁS

Senior Researcher, Institute of Art History of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest, independent art critic, Hungary-USA

Troubled Masculinity under Communism

UNArte

(str. G-ral Budișteanu 19, 3rd floor,

room 41)

Mar. 21, 2012

Edit ANDRÁS

Senior Researcher, Institute of Art History of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest, independent art critic, Hungary-USA

The (ex)Eastern Bloc's Position in the New Critical Theories and in the Recent Curatorial Practice

NEC

May 9, 2012

David RECHTER

University Research Lecturer; Research Fellow in Modern Jewish History, St. Antony's College, Oxford

A Jewish El-Dorado? Myth and Politics in Habsburg Bukovina

NEC

Jun. 6, 2012

Douglas ALLEN

Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, The Maples University of Maine

The Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi Today: Violence, Nonviolence, and What Really Motivates Us and Makes Life Worth Living

NEC

Jun. 20, 2012

Sven SPIEKER

Professor and Chair, Department of Germanic, Slavic and Semitic Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

The Politics of Ignorance: Critical Pedagogy as Poetics

NEC

2012-2013

 

 

 

Oct. 24, 2012

Bojana PEJIĆ

Art historian, critic and curator

Feminaissance!? Feminism and the Museum, or Maybe Tonight It’ll Happen

NEC

Oct. 30, 2012

David CROWLEY

Professor, Critical Writing in Art and Design Programme, Royal College of Art, London

The Art of Cybernetic Communism: Technology and Utopia in Art and Film in Eastern Bloc in the 1960s

NEC

Dec. 18, 2012

Beat WYSS

Professor and Head of Department at the Institute of Art History and Media Theory, Karlsruhe University for Art and Design

The Chimaera of Cultural Identity. Life and Afterlife of la Lupa Romana

NEC

Feb. 13, 2013

Sorin ANTOHI

Historian of ideas, essayist, translator

The Cosmic Sentiment of Identity.

Romanian Ethnic Ontologies and Their European Contexts

NEC

Mar. 19, 2013

Pierre MARECHAUX

Professeur de langue et littérature latines, spécialiste des littératures antiques, d’herméneutique classique, de mythographie, de rhétorique et de musicologie, Université de Nantes

Y a-t-il une logique de l'interprétation musicale?

NEC

Mar. 21, 2013

Pierre MARÉCHAUX

Professeur de langue et littérature latines, spécialiste des littératures antiques, d’herméneutique classique, de mythographie, de rhétorique et de musicologie, Université de Nantes

Rabelais et lecture biblique

University of Bucharest, Faculty of History, Pârvan Hall

Apr. 24, 2013

Fred POPOVICI and Gheorghe ȘTEFAN

Nonlinear Strategies in Musical Composition

NEC

Jun. 5, 2013

Pietro BORTONE

University of Oxford, Faculty of Classics and Wolfson College

When identity and language do not co-vary: lessons from the southern Black Sea

NEC

2013-2014

 

 

 

Oct. 17, 2013

Martin MOSEBACH

German novelist and essayist, Frankfurt am Main

Land der Dichtung. Über Inspiration

NEC

Dec. 3, 2013

Alexander MAXWELL

Senior lecturer in history, Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand

Hungarian Wine, Slavic Brandy? Alcohol in Reform-Era Hungary

NEC

Dec. 5, 2013

Alexander MAXWELL

Senior lecturer in history, Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand

Getting a Job at an English-language University

 

Interactive talk

NEC

Dec. 10, 2013

Mons. Jean-Louis BRUGUÈS, O.P.

Archbishop of the Catholic Church, currently archivist and librarian of the Holy Roman Church

On Ethics and Politics

NEC

Feb. 27, 2014

Nicolae GHEORGHIȚĂ

Associate Professor, National University of Music, Bucharest

Polifonia Bizantină.

Între Răsăritul bizantin și Apusul latin

[Byzantine Polyphony. Between the Byzantine East and the Latin West]

NEC

Mar. 26, 2014

Oliver DAVIS

Department of French Studies

Warwick University

 

Discussants: Tamara CĂRĂUȘ and Camil PÂRVU

Understanding “radical equality”, the divide between Rancière and liberal political theory, and the force of his distinction between politics and policing

 

Meeting organized within the project Critical Foundations of Contemporary Cosmopolitanism, financed by the National Council for Scientific Research (CNCS)

NEC

Apr. 2, 2014

Alain SUPIOT

Professeur au Collège de France

Chaire Etat social et mondialisation: analyse juridique des solidarités

Les métamorphoses de l'idée de justice sociale

NEC

May 14, 2014

Angelo MITCHIEVICI

Lecturer, Faculty of letters and theology, Ovidius University, Constanța

Decadență și decadentism: o introducere

[Decadence and decadentism: an introduction]

NEC

May 21, 2014

Pietro BORTONE

University of Oxford, Faculty of Classics and Wolfson College

Language = ethnicity? Origins and outcomes of a faulty equation

NEC

May 28, 2014

Paolo QUINTILI

Professeur d'histoire de la philosophie à l'Université de Rome

Docteur habilité de l'Université de Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne, Directeur de Programme – Collège International de Philosophie, Paris

Les enjeux actuels de la modernité européenne. Lumières, universalité, laicité

NEC

Date

Title, co-organizers

Participants

Location

June

24-25,

1995

Another Europe: Bucharest

 

International Symposium

Ann H. ALBRITTON, Gérard ALTHABE, Ion ANDREESCU, Sorin ANTOHI, Alexandru BELDIMAN, Paul BORTNOWSKI, Mariana CELAC, Andrei CORNEA, Ascanio DAMIAN, Neagu DJUVARA, Alexandru GEORGE, Hartmut HÄUSSERMANN, Sorin ILEŞIU, Augustin IOAN; Nicolae LASCU, Nicolae MĂRGINEANU, Cezara MUCENIC, Irina NICOLAU, Mihai OROVEANU, Ioana POPESCU, Irina POPESCU CRIVEANU, Sorin POPESCU, Mihai Sorin RĂDULESCU, Szilagyi SANDOR, Tilman SPENGLER, Răzvan THEODORESCU, Sanda VOICULESCU, Rüdiger WISCHENBART

Cantacuzino Palace, The National Museum George Enescu

May

23-24, 1997

Aspects of Kitsch in Periods of Transition

 

International Symposium

Sandu ALEXANDRU, Erdag AKSEL, Alexandru BELDIMAN, Ann BUCKLEY, Ştefan BORBELY, Mircea CĂRTĂRESCU, Mariana CELAC, Florin CONSTANTINIU, Andrei CORNEA, Neil LEACH, Austin IOAN, , Mart KALM, Eva KARADI, Nicolae LASCU, Dan C. MIHĂILESCU, Mircea MIHĂIEŞ, Klaus NELLEN, Mariana NEŢ, Irina NICOLAU, Paul J. NIXON, Claus OFFE, , Anca OROVEANU, H.-R. PATAPIEVICI, Cătălin PARTENIE, Gerge PRUTEANU, Liliana POPESCU, Nicholas RAY, Dumitru SANDU, Manos STEFANIDIS, Luana STOICA, Dorel ŞANDOR, Alin TEODORESCU, Radu ŢEPOSU, Delia VERDEŞ, Sanda VOICULESCU, Ana-Maria ZAHARIADE, Mihai ZAMFIR

Romanian Cultural Foundation

Mar.

13-14, 2000

L’empereur hagiographe. Hagiographie, iconographie, liturgie et monarchie byzantine et postbyzantine

 

International Colloquium

Bernard FLUSIN, Violeta BARBU, Cristina CODARCEA, Ovidiu CRISTEA, Petre GURAN, Ioana IANCOVESCU, Dumitru NĂSTASE, Şerban PAPACOSTEA, Radu PĂUN, Paul H. STAHL, Nicolae TANAŞOCA, Tudor TEOTEOI, a.o.

NEC

Apr.

7-8,

2000

Recent History in Europe: Objects, Sources, Methods

 

International Symposium

Mihnea BERINDEI, Hans BLOM, Maria BUCUR-DECKARD, Pavel CÂMPEANU, Adam CZARNOTA, Konrad JARAUSCH, Jürgen KOCKA, Pieter LAGROU, Alina MUNGIU-PIPPIDI, Marius OPREA, Andrzej PACZKOWSKI, Zoe PETRE, Andrei PIPPIDI, István RÉV, Jean-Charles SZUREK, Michel TREBITSCH, Florin ŢURCANU, Smaranda VULTUR, Udo WENGST, Alexandru ZUB

NEC

Jul.

7-8,

2000

Logic, Arguments and Reasoning

 

International Symposium

 

Walter CARNIELLI (Brazil); Sorin COSTREIE (Romania); Mircea DUMITRU (Romania); Richard L. EPSTEIN (USA); Stanislaw KRAJEWSKI (Poland); Fred KROON (New Zealand); Desidério MURCHO (Portugal); W. R. ROBINSON (USA); Célia TEIXEIRA (Portugal)

NEC

Oct.

28-29,

2000

Recomposing Eastern Europe? Inner Frontiers: Real and Imagined

 

Organized by NEC and the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna

Sorin ANTOHI (Romania), Daniel CHIROT (France) , Jacek KOCHANOWICZ, Gyorgy KONRAD, Ianos Matyas KOVACZ, Attila MELEGH, Mircea MIHĂIEŞ, Anca OROVEANU, Andrei PLEŞU, a.o.

NEC

Nov. 2

2000

Reliques et miracles

 

International Symposium

André GODIN, Matei CAZACU, Violeta BARBU, Paul CERNOVODEANU, Petre GURAN, Petre Ş. NĂSTUREL, Oana SECELEANU, a.o.

 

NEC

April

6-7,

2001

Nation and National Ideology. Past, Present, and Prospects

 

International Symposium

Sorin ALEXANDRESCU, Urs ALTERMATT, Mircea BABEŞ, Robert BIDELEUX, Lucian BOIA, Ioana BOTH, Ovidiu CARAIANI, Adrian CIOROIANU, Simona CORLAN-IOAN, Bruce A. HADDOCK, Keith HITCHINS, Augustin IOAN, Philip L. KOHL, Marlène LARUELLE, Irina LIVEZEANU, Mirela MURGESCU, Alexandru NICULESCU, Andrei PLEŞU, Cristian PREDA, Catherine SERVANT, G. M. TAMÁS, Leon VOLOVICI, Andreas WIMMER, Alexandru ZUB

NEC

May 25, 2001

Musical Composition between East and West

 

Panel Talk

Dan DEDIU, Yuri KASPAROV, Ştefan NICULESCU, Horaţiu RĂDULESCU, Steffen SCHLEIERMACHER, Aurel STROE

 

This event was part of the 2001 International Week of the New Music, Bucharest

NEC

Sep.

27-28,

2001

John Cassian between East and West

 

International Symposium

Monique ALEXANDRE (France), Cristian BĂDILIŢĂ (France), Catherine BROC-SCHMEZER (France), Ioan CARAZA (Romania), Giovanni FILORAMO (Italy), Jean-Claude FREDOUILLE (France), Cristian GAŞPAR (Switzerland), Petre GURAN (Romania), Ioan Mircea IELCIU (Romania), Attila JAKAB (Romania), Ioana MUNTEANU (Romania), Andrei PLEŞU (Romania), Salvatore TARANTO (Italy), Marie-Anne VANNIER (France)

NEC

Oct. 26-27, 2001

Archaeology & Cultural and Social Anthropology: Unity and Diversity of Scientific Cultures and of their Organization between East and West

 

2nd international workshop of the SocialSciencesNet, an international network of European institutes of humanities and social sciences, coordinated by Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, and financed by the European Commission.

 

Co-organized by NEC and the SocialSciencesNet

 

Participants from Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, and Switzerland:

Paolo ACUNZO, Mircea BABEŞ, Hinnerk BRUHNS, Iulianna BODO, Edouard CONTE, Silviu COPOSESCU, Anick COUDART, Jean-Paul DEMOULE, Laure DESPRÉS, Ivaylo DITCHEV, Henryk DOMANSKI, Andreas EDEL, Christian GIORDANO, Fred GIROD, Wouter HUGENHOLTZ, Ursula JARECKA, Elke-Nikole KAPPUS, Marian KEMPNY, Andrey KOROTAYEV, László KÜRTI, Marius LAZURCA, Enikö MAGYARI-VINCZE, Anca MANOLESCU, Arkadiusz MARCINIAK, Vintilă MIHĂILESCU, Irina NICOLAU, Alexandru NICULESCU, Predrag NOVAKOVIĆ, Anca OROVEANU, Nona PALINCAŞ, Ioana POPESCU, Andrzej PRINKE, Zoltán ROSTÁS, François RUEGG, Nathan SCHLÄNGER, John Victor TOLAN, Smaranda VULTUR, Barbara WALDIS

NEC

Nov. 26,

2001

Ortega y Gasset’s Modernity and Thinking in Spanish / La modernidad de Ortega y Gasset y el pensar en español

 

Panel Talk

 

Organized by the NEC and the “Instituto Cervantes” of Bucharest

Participants: Spanish and Romanian scholars

 

NEC

Nov. 27,

2001

Radio Free Europe at the Crossroad of Times

On the occasion of Radio Free Europe’s 50th anniversary

 

Organized by NEC and Radio Free Europe

Thomas DINE, Adrian CIOROIANU, Mircea DINESCU, Nestor RATESH

NEC

Dec.

14-15, 2001

Our Peculiar Cities

 

International Symposium

 

Co-organized with “Berlin Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften”, and the “Akademie der Künste”, Berlin

 

The symposium is the 5th event of the series of Round Table Discussions on the Balkans initiated by the “Berlin Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften” and the “Akademie der Künste”, Berlin

Participants from Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Rep. of Macedonia, Italy, Romania, Turkey:

Cigdem BERDI GÖKHAN, Bernd BORCHARDT, Silvano CUSTOZA, Rozita DIMOVA, Mihály DOBROVITS, Dogu ERGIL, Augustin IOAN, Michael KLUTH, György KONRÁD, Péter KRASZTEV, Horia R. PATAPIEVICI, Radu PĂUN, Andrei PLEŞU, Laszlo RAJK, Karl SCHLÖGEL, Vladimír ŠLAPETA, Ana-Maria ZAHARIADE.

 

NEC

May

29-30, 2002

(Multiple) Europe: Multiple Identity, Multiple Modernity /

Europes (multiples): Identités multiples, Modernités multiples

 

Event co-organized with the ICLA Committee and the Center for Communication Studies, University of Bucharest

Horvath ANDOR, Ştefan BORBELY, Alexandru CĂLINESCU, Romaniţa CONSTANTINESCU, Simona CORLAN, Paul CORNEA, Mihai DINU, Péter HAJDU, Augustin IOAN, Judit KADAR, Nikola PETCOVIČ, Dagmar ROBERTS, Monica SPIRIDON, Rumiana STANTCHEVA, Anna TABAKI, Madina TLOSTANOVA, Roxana VERONA, Bertrand WESTPHAL

 

Coordinator: Monica SPIRIDON

NEC Alumnus; Director, Center for Communication Studies, University of Bucharest; President, ICLA Committee for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe and the Baltic States

NEC

June 3,

2002

Mircea Eliade’s Scientific Posterity

 

Panel Talk

Douglas ALLEN, Sorin ALEXANDRESCU, Bryan RENNIE, Andrei OIŞTEANU

 

Moderator: Andrei PLEŞU

NEC

June 10,

2002

Culture de l'imprimé et discours du pouvoir

Wladimir BERELOWITCH, Radu PĂUN, Andrei PIPPIDI, Cosmin POPA, Ann RAMSEY, Philippe ROGER, et al.

NEC

June 14,

2002

Modern Times. Literature and Technology

Sara DANIUS (Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Uppsala University), Heinrich DETERING (Professor of German Literature and Media, University of Kiel), Stefan JOHNSSON (Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Uppsala University)

 

Moderator: Ioana PÂRVULESCU

NEC Alumna; Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

NEC

July 1

2002

Aspects of Economic Transition in Eastern Europe

Participants:  Daniel DĂIANU, Byung Y. KIM, Mariana KOTZEVA, Francesco PASTORE, Christof RUEHL, Almos TELEGDY, Liviu VOINEA

 

Coordinator: Cătălin PĂUNA

Relink Fellow; Economist, World Bank,  Bucharest

NEC

July 14,

2002

Gender Studies in Romania: Trends and Topics

Zoe PETRE, Rose-Marie LAGRAVE, Dolores TOMA, Adriana BABAN, Enikö MAGYARI-VINCZE, Laura GRUNBERG, Ana GHERGHEL, Cristina GHIŢULESCU, Ioana CÎRSTOCEA, Ionela BĂLUŢĂ

NEC

Oct.

25-26,

2002

The Integration in the European Research Area - A Realistic Chance for Romania

 

The workshop is co-organized with KoWi (The European Liaison Office of the German Research Organizations) and in collaboration with Ad Astra Association.

The event is part of the Fit for Europe project, co-ordinated by KoWi; it proposes to discuss aims and means of enhancing the participation of Romanian researchers in the EU Framework Programs.

Vlad ALEXANDRESCU, Madeea AXINCIUC, Adriana BABEŢI, Daniel BARBU, Camelia BECIU, Ioana BOTH, Anca BRĂTULEANU, Ovidiu CARAIANI, Daniel DĂIANU, Octavian GROZA, Carmen Aida HUŢU, Vera MARIN, Ciprian MIHALI, Radu PĂUN, Zoe PETRE, Cristian PREDA, Cosmin RUSU, Andrew SORS, Piotr SWIATEK, Ana-Maria ZAHARIADE

 

NEC

Dec.

6-7,

2002

Private Biography and Public Career: A Debate on Ethics, Politics, and Creativity

Sorin ALEXANDRESCU, Alexandru CĂLINESCU, Pavel CÂMPEANU, Michael FINKENTHAL,

Claude KARNOOUH, Mircea MARTIN, Andrei OIŞTEANU, Marta PETREU, Cristian PREDA, Mihai ŞORA,

Florin ŢURCANU, Ion VIANU, Sorin VIERU, Leon VOLOVICI

NEC

Feb.

12,

2003

A Scholar in Precarious Times: Theodor Enescu

Radu BERCEA, Codruţa CRUCEANU, Mircea DUNCA, Anca OROVEANU, Andrei PLEŞU, Gheorghe VIDA, Ioana VLASIU

NEC

Apr.

7-11,

2003

History and Society since 1970

Third Workshop on South-East European History

Constantin ARDELEANU, Wendy BRACEWELL, Dennis DELETANT, Snezhana DIMITROVA, Alex DRACE FRANCIS, Ger DUIJZINGS,  Ranka GASIĆ, Armand GOŞU,  Tim HITCHCOCK, Blendi KAJSIU, Alexei KALIONSKI, Bogdan MOŞNEAGU, Irina OGNYANOVA, Marius OPREA, Dobrinka PARUSHEVA, Levente SZABÓ, Virgiliu ŢÂRĂU, Radina VUČETIĆ, Heather WILLIAMS, Ben ZACHARIAH Filippo ZERILLI

NEC

May

16-17,

2003

Current Issues in Analytical Philosophy and the Philosophical Foundations of Cognitive Science

 

Symposium organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, with the support of the New Europe College

Thomas NAGEL, Hartrz FIELD, Michael DEVITT, Stephen STITCH, Peter GÄRDENFORS, Mircea DUMITRU, Adrian ILIESCU, Adrian MIROIU, Ilie PÂRVU, Radu SOLCAN, Gheorghe ŞTEFANOV a.o.

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

May 26,

2003

Littérature, violence, politique

Yves HERSANT, Philippe ROGER, Denis JEFFREY, Sorin ALEXANDRESCU Constantin ZAHARIA

NEC

June

13-14,

2003

La Roumanie dans le monde contemporain

 

Event co-organized by L’Association française pour le Développement des Etudes sur le Sud-Est Européen (ADESEE) and New Europe College

Nicolas BAVEREZ, Thierry BERT, Jean-Marie Le BRETON, Pascal BONIFACE, Dominique BROMBERGER, François CARREL-BILLARD, Adrian CIOROIANU, Jaques FAUVE, Mircea COŞEA, Daniel DĂIANU, Gabriel GAFIŢA, Emil HUREZEANU, Zoe PETRE, Andrei PLEŞU, Cristian PREDA, Jean-Louis QUERMONNE, Petre ROMAN, Stéphane VERCLYTTE, Varujan VOSGANIAN

NEC

June

27-28, 2003

Does Literature Have a Future?

 

This event is organized by the Romanian Association for General and Comparative Literature with the support of the New Europe College

Mircea ANGHELESCU, Adriana BABEŢI, Andrei BODIU, Ştefan BORBELY, Corin BRAGA, Pia BRÎNZEU, Al. CĂLINESCU, Paul CERNAT, Dumitru CHIOARU, Romaniţa CONSTANTINESCU, Gabriel COŞOVEANU, Andrei CORBEA, Paul CORNEA, Gheorghe CRĂCIUN, Gabriela DUDA, Michael FINKENTHAL, Marius GHICA, Magda JEANRENAUD, Ioan LASCU, Bogdan LEFTER, Ion MANOLESCU, Solomon MARCUS, Mircea MUTHU,  Marina MUREŞANU, Ileana OANCEA, Sergiu PAVLICENCO, Cornel UNGUREANU, Mircea VASILESCU, Tudor VLĂDESCU

NEC

Dec.

12-13,

2003

Economics and Ethics

The Role of Values and Morality in Economic Behavior

 

Participants

Dragoş ALIGICĂ, Thierry BERT, Şerban BROCHE, Alexandru CARAGEA, Florin COLCEAG, Mircea COŞEA, Daniel DĂIANU, Paul FUDULU,

Aron JINARU, Michael KEREN, Janos Matyas KOVACS, Costea MUNTEANU, Andrei POSTELNICU, Gary J. REID, Endre SIK, Srđan ŠLJUKIĆ, Jan SOKOL, Virgil STOENESCU, Radu VRÂNCEANU, Robert WYSZYNSKI

NEC

Jan.

17,

2004

Les cultes des saints souverains et des saints guerriers et l'idéologie du pouvoir dans les pays orthodoxes et en Europe Centrale/

The Cults of Saint Rulers and Saint Warriors and the Ideology of Power in the Orthodox and Central European Countries

Participants

Elka BAKALOVA, Ivan BILIARSKY, Boško BOJOVIĆ, Ovidiu CRISTEA, Marcello GARZANITI, Petre GURAN, Ioana IANCOVESCU, Marina MILADINOV, Radu PĂUN, Andrei PIPPIDI, Angela TARANTINO, Tudor TEOTEOI

NEC

Jan.

24,

2004

Une pensée sans rivages. Œcuménisme et globalisation

Colloque dédié au Père André Scrima

 

 

Participants

Vlad ALEXANDRESCU, Radu BERCEA, Virgil CIOMOŞ, Michel CHODKIEWICZ, Michel DOUSSE, Claude GEFFRÉ, Remo GUIDIERI, Anca MANOLESCU, Père Gustave MARTELET,  Horia-Roman PATAPIEVICI, Père Alain RIOU, Mgr Irenäus TOTZKE,

Anca VASILIU

NEC

March

5-6,

2004

Bonnes et mauvaises moeurs dans les sociétés des Balkans

 

The symposium is co-organized in collaboration with Ecole Doctorale Régionale en Sciences Sociales

Coordinators: Ionela BĂLUŢĂ and Cristina GHIŢULESCU

 

Participants: Carmen Andras, Ionela Băluţă, Sînziana Cîrstocea, Lucian Dărămuş, Anca Dohotariu, Constanţa Ghițulescu, Joseph Goy, Ligia Livadă Cadeschi, Silviu Lupaşcu, Roger Manière, Gabriel Marin, Damiana Gabriela Oţoiu, Mária Pakucs, Andrei Pippidi, Levente Szábo, Dolores TOMA, Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu, Daniel Ursprung, Jean-Michel de Waele

NEC

Apr.

2-3,

2004

On Translations in  Ethnology and Anthropology

 

Coordinator: Corina SÎRBU IOSIF

NEC Fellow, Researcher, Archives of Folklore Institute, Cluj-Napoca

 

Participants:

Şerban Anghelescu, Irina Culic, Bogdan Ghiu, Otilia Hedeşan, Corina Iosif Sîrbu, Marius Lazăr , Vintilă  Mihăilescu, Bogdan Nicolau,

Alexandru Niculescu, Ioan Pânzaru, Rudolf  Poledna, Ioana Popescu,  Radu Răutu, Biljana Sikimić, Elisabeta Stănciulescu,

Adrian T. Sîrbu, Smaranda Vultur

NEC

May

21,

2004

Looking Back: Recent Histories, 2003-1933

A Regional Seminar in Recent History

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with Pasts, Inc. (Center for Historical Studies, CEU, Budapest) and The Institute for Political Research, Bucharest

Participants

Sorin ANTOHI, Jürgen KOCKA, Dragoş Petrescu, a.o.

 

NEC

May

28-29,

2004

Philosophy of Mind and Foundations of Cognitive Science

 

Participants:

Radu Bogdan, Fred Dretske, Keith Lehrer, Ruth Millikan, Dan Sperber, Radu Dudău, Mircea Dumitru, Dumitru Gheorghiu, Radu Mihail Solcan, Laurenţiu Staicu, Gheorghe Ştefanov

NEC

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucarest

 

June

6,

2004

The Non-Built Town

 

Debate on the research projects of the 5th year students at “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest

 

 

Coordinators:

Irina POPESCU-CRIVEANU and

Kázmer Kovacs,

NEC-LINK Fellows

 

Participants:

Alexandru Beldiman, Alexandra Chiliman, Mihaela Criticos, Sanda Ignat, Şerban Sturdza, Ana Maria Zahariade, professors, architects and students of the University Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest

NEC

July

9-10,

2004

Literature at the Crossroads of the Arts

 

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with the Romanian Association of General and Comparative Literature, the Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest and the Luchian 12 Gallery, Bucharest

 

Media partners: Observatorul cultural, Dilema veche, România literară

Sponsor: PRO HELVETIA Foundation

 

 

 

Participants

Mircea Anghelescu, Adriana Babeţi, Andrei Bodiu, Ştefan Borbely, Ioana Both, Marina Cap-Bun, Alexandru Călinescu, Paul Cernat, Mihaela Cernăuţi-Gorodeţchi, Anca Doina Ciobotaru, Cătălin Constantinescu, Romaniţa Constantinescu, Paul Cornea, Gabriel Coşoveanu, Gheorghe Crăciun, Irina Dabija, Caius Dobrescu, Mihaela Irimia, Ion Bogdan Lefter, Ion Manolescu, Aurelia Mocanu, Carmen Muşat, Liviu Papadima, Marian Popescu, Simona Popescu, Mircea Tiberian

 

 

 

NEC

Oct.

7-8,

2004

Les Pères de l’Eglise dans le monde d’aujourd’hui

 

 

Event organized within The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Religious Studies towards EU Integration

Participants

Monique ALEXANDRE, Jean-Robert ARMOGATHE, Cristian BĂDILIŢĂ, Martine DULAEY, Cristian GAŞPAR, Jean-Noël GUINOT, Charles KANNENGIESSER, Alexei MURAVIEV, Enrico NORELLI, Lorenzo PERRONE, Andrei PLEŞU, Marco RIZZI, Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Michelina TENACE, Lucian TURCESCU

NEC

Oct.

22-23,

2004

Courtyards, Gardens, and Landscapes

 

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with the
“Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest

Main contributions:

François Béguin, Catherine Franceschi, Ian Jeffrey, Ioana Popescu, Şerban Popescu-Criveanu,

Florin Teodosiu

 

Coordinators:

Irina Popescu Criveanu and Kázmér Kovács,

NEC-LINK Fellows

NEC

Nov.

11-12,

2004

Europe in Its Making – A Unifying Perception on Europe

 

Project coordinator: Silvia MARTON

NEC Alumna; Assistant Professor, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest

 

Participants:

Dimitar BECHEV, Camelia BECIU, Radu CARP, Augusta DIMOU, Dieter GRIMM, Damien HELLY, Irina Ana KANTOR, Riva Kastoryano, Jan-Henrik MEYER, Silvia MARTON, Dorina NĂSTASE, Laure NEUMAYER, Cristina PETRESCU, Dragoş PETRESCU, Alain Supiot

NEC

Dec.

4,

2004

Walter Benjamin. Einige Motive

Participants:

Markus Bauer, Andrei Corbea-HoiSie, Ruxandra Demetrescu, Waldemar Fromm, Gert Mattenklott, Catrinel PLEŞU

NEC

Jan.

28-29,

2005

 

Les modèles bibliques du pouvoir et du droit au Moyen Age et à l'époque moderne/ Biblical Models of Power and Justice during the Middle Ages and the Modern Times

 

Pedro Badenas, Elka Bakalova,

Juergen Brand, Ivan Biliarsky,

Ovidiu Cristea, Cristian Gaşpar,

Hans Hattenhauer,

Ioana Iancovescu, Andreea Iancu, Gabor Klaniczay,

Margarita Kuyumdjieva,

Marina Miladinov, Radu PĂun,

Andrei Pippidi,

Emanuela Popescu-Mihuţ

NEC

Feb.

21-22,

2005

 

Zur Zukunft von Nationalstaat und Demokratie

 

The Future of the Nation State

 

Event co-organized with the Goethe Institut, Bucharest

Participants

Vitalie Ciobanu, Bogdan Coszel, Jiri Grusa, Nenad Miscevic, Armin Pongs, Jose Maria Ridao, Dzemal Sokolovic, Blagovest Zlatanov, Michael Zürn

NEC

Apr.

4,

2005

 

Romania and Britain: Relations and Perspectives from 1930 to the Present

 

Event co-organized with the British Council, Bucharest

Dan Brett, Felix Ciuta, Dennis Deletant, Dorin Dobrincu, Alex Drace-Francis, Tom GallaghEr, Armand Goşu, Rebecca Haynes, Mihaela Irimia, Helen Meixner, Stejărel Olaru, Marius Oprea, Maurice Pearton, Mark Percival, Dragoş Petrescu, Claudiu Secaşiu, Peter Siani-Davies, Valentin Stan, Liviu Târău

NEC

Apr.

11-12,

2005

 

The Days of Yiddish Culture

 

Yiddish in Romania and in the former Austro-Hungary: Historical and Political Aspects

 

Yiddish Literature

Presentation and Readings

 

Rise and Dissemination: Linguistic and Sociological Aspects

 

Event co-organized with the Austrian Embassy, Bucharest

 

 

Jakob Allerhand, Lia Benjamin, Armin Eidherr, Harry Kuller

 

 

Helen Beer, Anatoly Kirzhner, Avrom Nowersztern

 

Armin Eidherr, Paul Glasser, Avrom Nowersztern, Jakob Schleicher

NEC

May

13,

2005

 

Ten Years of My Life: 1994-2004

 

Panel Discussion

Jubilee event

Timothy Garton Ash

Gerd Bucerius Senior Research Fellow in Contemporary History and Director of the European Studies Centre, St. Antony's College, Oxford University.

 

Wolf Lepenies

Professor of Sociology, Freie Universität, Berlin

 

Andrei PLEŞU

Rector, New Europe College

NEC

May

28,

2005

 

Language, Mind and Knowledge

 

The 3rd Bucharest Colloquium in Analytic Philosophy

 

Event co-organized with the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Coordinator:

Mircea DUMITRU

 

Participants

R. Bogdan (US), S. Blackburn (UK), D. Dennet (US), M. Dumitru (Romania), P. Engel (France), A. Goldman (US), Fr. Jacob (France), A. Miroiu (Romania), J. Proust (France), Ghe. Ştefanov (Romania)

NEC

June

10-11,

2005

 

Representing the Empire: The Image of the Ottoman Empire in East-European Literatures

 

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with

ICLA Research Committee on Eastern and South- Eastern Europe, and the Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

Coordinator:

Monica Spiridon

Professor, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

 

Participants:

Vanghelis Calotykos, Romaniţa Constantinescu, Paul Cornea, Peter Hajdu, Albena Hranova, Alexander Kiossev, Biljana Kourtasheva, Anna Martinoska, Liviu Papadima, Jale Parla, Dagmar Roberts, Jola Skulj, Monica Spiridon, Roumiana Stantcheva, Anna Tabaki, Madina Tlostanova

NEC

Oct.

7-8,

2005

 

Jacques Derrida - Déconstruction de la politique

 

Event organized in collaboration with The Romanian Association of Francophone Scholars in the Humanities (ARCHES), The Services for Cooperation and Cultural Initiative of the French Embassy in Bucharest, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, IDEA Publishing House, Cluj-Napoca

Coordinator

Ciprian MIHALI

NEC alumnus, Associate Professor, Department of History and Philosophy, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca

 

Participants:

Emilian CIOC, Marc CRÉPON, Alexander Garcia DÜTTMANN, Bogdan GHIU, Augustin IOAN, Ciprian JELER, Jean-Luc NANCY

NEC

Nov.

10,

2005

Culture and Business – Diverging Interests or Common Values

 

The Volvo-Dilema veche Forums

 

 

 

The forums have been initiated by the firm EIT Forum Auto, Volvo general importer to Romania, the “Dilema veche” review, and the New Europe College

Keynote Speakers:

Mugur ISĂRESCU, Governor, National Bank of Romania

Gabriel LIICEANU, Director, Humanitas Publishing House, Bucharest

Mihai OROVEANU, Director, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest

 

Moderators:

Lavinia HUIDAN, CEO, EIT Forum Auto, general Volvo importer to Romania

Andrei PLEŞU, Rector, New Europe College; Founding Director of the cultural weekly Dilema veche

NEC

Nov.

28-29,

2005

The Lures and Ruses of Modernity

 

 

 

Organizers:

Institute Français de Bucarest, British Council, USA Embassy, Instituto Italiano di Cultura, Instituto Cervantes, Instituto Camões, The Polish Cultural Institute, Centre of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity, University of Bucharest

Coordinator:

Mihaela IRIMIA, Professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Bucharest

 

Participants:

Ştefan Borbely, Adica Ciugureanu, Luis Alfredo Baratas Díaz, Hugh Grady, Augustin Ioan, Mihaela Irimia, Carlos Leone, Ignácio Gómez de Liaño, Anca Manolescu, Giacomo Marramao, Michał Paweł Markowski, Thierry de Montrial, Mădălina Nicolaescu, Agata Bielik-Robson, Radu Toma, Couze Venn, Ioana Zirra

 

NEC

Jan.

12-13,

2006

 

The Repositioning of a Discipline: Religious Studies, East and West/

Repositionnement d’une discipline : les études religieuses, à l’Est et à l’Ouest

 

Mellon Disciplinary Workshop

Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

 

Participants

Aziz AL-AZMEH, Nadia AL-BAGDADI, Bojan ALEKSOV, Marian CIUCĂ, Daniela KALKANDJIEVA, Charles KANNENGIESSER, Anca MANOLESCU, Attila MOLNÁR, Mihai NEAMŢU, Alexandru NICULESCU, Andrei OIŞTEANU, Anca Maria ŞINCAN, Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Vladimir VUKASINOVIC a.o.

NEC

Feb.

27-28,

2006

 

 

Der Einfluß der Zivilgesellschaft auf die Bildung einer Gemeinschaftsidentität

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with Goethe Institut Bucharest

Participants

Barbora Koeplova, Gergana Jouleva,

Milorad Ivanovic,

Slawomir Sierakowski,

Ivan Zwonimir Cicak,

Hansjürgen Garstka, Alina Radu,

Stejărel Olaru, Marius Oprea,

Ovidiu Nahoi, Doru Dragomir,

Dan Lazea, Manuela Preoteasa

NEC

March

1,

2006

 

Corporate Culture – The Maturity Exam of Romanian Capitalism

 

Volvo – “Dilema veche” Forum

 

The forums have been initiated by the firm EIT Forum Auto, Volvo general importer to Romania, the “Dilema veche” review, and the New Europe College

Hosts:

Lavinia HUIDAN, CEO of EIT Forum Auto, Volvo general importer to Romania

 

Andrei PLEŞU, Rector of the New Europe College and Founding Director of the “Dilema veche” review

 

Special guest: Jonathan SCHEELE, Head of the European Commission Delegation in Romania

NEC

March

27-28,

2006

 

The Transparency of Power – The Power of the Citizen

 

Der Einfluß der Zivilgesellschaft auf die Bildung einer Gemeinschaftsidentität

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with Goethe Institut Bucharest

Barbora Koeplova, Gergana Jouleva,

Milorad Ivanovic,
Slawomir Sierakowski,

Ivan Zwonimir Cicak,

Hansjürgen Garstka, Alina Radu,

Stejărel Olaru, Marius Oprea,

Ovidiu Nahoi, Doru Dragomir,

Dan Lazea, Manuela Preoteasa

NEC

May

15-16,

2006

 

 

The EU as the Paradigm of Future European Statehood/

Die EU als gegenwärtige Zukunft europäischer Staatlichkeit

 

The event is organized within the Program Exzellenznetzwerk Deutschland-Südosteuropa, financed by the Hertie Foundation.

Participants

Daniel Barbu, Marius BĂlan, Radu Carp, Valentin Constantin, Bianca Guţan, Manuel GUŢAN, Ivo Angelo Hristov, Bogdan IANCU, Helge Rossen-Stadtfeld, Bernd Rüthers, Simina Tănăsescu

 

Convener

Bogdan Iancu, NEC Fellow 2005-06, New Europe College

NEC

May

20-21,

2006

 

 

Modality, Morality, and Method

 

The 4th Bucharest Colloquium in Analytic Philosophy

 

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Coordinator

Mircea DUMITRU

Dean, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

 

Participants

Michael Detlefsen, Sorin Costreie,

Mircea Dumitru, Dumitru Gheorghiu, Kit Fine, Adrian-Paul Iliescu, Adrian Miroiu, Valentin MureŞan, Gabriel Sandu, Radu Solcan, Gheorghe Stefanov

NEC

May

26,

2006

 

Citizenship, Democracy, Nation: The 19th Century in Romania

 

Organizers:

Raluca Alexandrescu,

Ionela Băluţă, Silvia Marton

 

Participants:

Raluca Alexandrescu, Daniel Barbu, Balogh Marin, Ionela Băluţă,

Horaţiu Bodale, Cristina Ghiţulescu, Silvia Marton, Pakot Levente,

Sorin Radu, Geanina Sedan

NEC

June

9-10,

2006

 

 

Social Behavior and Family Strategies in the Balkans (16th – 20th Centuries) / Comportement social et stratégies familiales dans les Balkans (XVIe – XXe siècles)

 

 

 

 

 

The event was organized with the support of The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania

Organizers

Ionela Băluţă, Constanţa Ghiţulescu

Mihai-Răzvan Ungureanu

 

Participants

Violeta Barbu, Tsvetana Boncheva, Pompilia Viorica Burcică, Ines Crvenkovska–Risteska, Tuba Demirci, Elitsa Dimitrova, Anca DohotariU, Ana Gherghel, Petko Hristov, Karl Kaser, Gheorghe LazĂr, Marietta Lioliou, Ligia LivadĂ-Cadeschi, Mirjana P. Mirchevska, Toader NicoarĂ, Kyrillos Nikolaou, Levente Pakot, Maria Pakucs, Aleksandra Pavićević, Radu G. Păun, Andrei Pippidi, Silvia Sovič, Silviu Tabac, Eleni Varikas, Elpida Vogli, Aleksandra Vuletic

NEC

June

19-20,

2006

 

 

 

The Role of Religion in the New European Context

 

The event is organized by the Goethe Institut in Bucharest, with the aid of the Pact of Stability in South-Eastern Europe, promoted by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, and the Polish Institute in Bucharest.

Partners: The Romanian Cultural Institute and New Europe College

Participants

Teodor Baconsky, Daniel Barbu, Patrycja Bukalska, Radu Carp, Vitali Catana, Silvio Devetak, Emir Kovacevic, Anca Manolescu, Mihail Neamţu, Silviu Rogobete, Gjergij Sinani, Bogdan Tătaru-Cazaban

 

NEC

June

23,

2006

 

 

The Role of the Visual and Material Culture in Communication. A Plural Perspective on the City

 

Organizers

Maria CrĂciun

Ştefan Ghenciulescu

 

Participants:

Mariana Celac, Maria CrĂciun, Ştefan Ghenciulescu, Gabor Gyani, Bridget Heal, Matthew Hilton, Josif Kiraly, Graeme Murdock, Ioana Popescu, Frank Roost, Andrew Spicer, Monika Wagner, a. o.

NEC

Oct.

20,

2006

 

Jung’s Relevance Today

 

 

Participants:

Magdalena Mărculescu Cojocea, Mihaela Minulescu, Anca Oroveanu, Vasile Dem. Zamfirescu

Moderator: Andrei Pleşu

NEC

Nov.

4 ,

2006

 

John Stuart Mill, 1806 – 2006

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Participants

Rob Devigne, Mircea DUMITRU, Filitz Kartal, John Skorupski

 

NEC

Nov.

24-25,

2006

 

 

The Borders of Europe

 

Event organized by Goethe Institut, Bucharest, The Center for the History of the Imaginary, University of Bucharest, New Europe College

 

Participants

Bojan Aleksov, Maurizio Bach, Lucian Boia, Tamara CĂrĂuŞ, Andrei CuŞco, Dana Diminescu, Octavian Groza, Beatrice von Hirschhausen, Antal Lukacs, Vassilis Petsinis, Zoe Petre, Bogdan TĂtĂru Cazaban, Monica Spiridon, Maria Szmeja, Luboš Švec, Nicolae ToderaŞ, Philippe Walter, Blagovest Zlatanov

NEC

March

16,

2007

 

The role of FDI in an Emerging Economy /

Rolul investiţiilor străine directe într-o economie emergentă

 

Organizer:

Liviu Voinea

NEC-LINK Program Fellow; Associate Professor, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest; Executive Director, The Group of Applied Economics (GEA), Bucharest

 

Participants:

Ulf Andersson, John Dunning,

Klaus Meyer, Rajneesh Narula,

Matija Rojec

NEC

May

11-12,

2007

 

Technology and Photography in Transition

 

 

Participants

Hubertus von Amelunxen, Matei Bejenaru, Barnabás Bencsik, Jean-François Chevrier, Daniela Goeller, Iosif Kiraly, Anca Mihule,

Ileana Pintilie, Magda Radu, Rolf Sachsse, a.o.

NEC

May

25-26,

2007

 

 

Literary into Cultural History

 

Event organized in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity, University of Bucharest, The Romanian Cultural Institute, Bucharest, the British Council, Bucharest, and the Embassy of the USA, Bucharest, the French Cultural Institute, Bucharest, and the Embassy of Portugal, Bucharest.

Keynote speakers:

Peter Burke, Francois Hartog,

José Esteves Pereira,

George Rousseau

 

Event initiated and coordinated by

Mihaela Irimia

Director of the Centre of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity, University of Bucharest

NEC

June

1-2-3,

2007

 

Post-communist Social and Political Conflicts: Citizenship and Consolidation in New Democracies of South East Europe

 

Participants

Cătălin Avramescu, Daniel Bochsler, Gergana Bulanova, István Horváth, Ivan Krastev, Mladen Lazić, Wolfgang Merkel, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Claus Offe, Cristina Petrescu, Jacques Rupnik, Dumitru Sandu, Ivelin Sardamov, Philippe Schmitter, Maximilian Spinner, Laurenţiu Ştefan, Nenad Zakošek

NEC

June

15-16,

2007

 

Private Property: Post socialist Promises and Experiences /

Propriété privée: Promesses et expériences postsocialistes

Organizers

Ştefan Dorondel, Damiana Oţoiu, Thomas Sikor

 

Participants

László BRUSZT, Liviu CHELCEA, Julien DANERO, Ştefan DORONDEL, Katy FOX, Alexandru GUSSI, Călin GOINA, Francis HARVEY, Damiana OTOIU, Carroll PATTERSON, Abel POLESE, Johannes STAHL, Marcel TOMASEK, Aviezer TUCKER, Míriam TORRENS, Béatrice VON HIRSCHHAUSEN, Filippo ZERILLI

NEC

June

22,

2007

 

National   ‘Languages’   through    Historians’   Eyes

 

Organizer

Alexander Maxwell, NEC-EUROPA Fellow

 

Participants

Tomasz Kamusella, Charles King, Alexander Maxwell, Giedrius Subacius

NEC

June

29-30,

2007

 

Normes, pratiques et représentations constitutives du champ du culinaire / Norms, Practices and Representations in the Field of Cooking

Organizer

Smaranda Vultur, NEC-EUROPA Fellow

 

Participants

Adriana Babeţi, Rodica Binder,

Pia Brînzeu, Pascale Bondurand, Stefan Detchev, Claude Fischler, Otilia Hedeşan, Joel Henri, Jean-Pierre Martin,

Christian Velmorel,

Smaranda Vultur, Zafer Yenal

NEC

2007-2008 Academic Year

Dec.

5,

2007

The History of Religions in the Eliade Year

 

Participants

Dan BERINDEI, Eugen CIURTIN,

Ionel HAIDUC, Mihail NEAMŢU,

Andrei OIŞTEANU,

Horia-Roman PATAPIEVICI

Andrei PLEŞU,

Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN,

Mihaela TIMUŞ

NEC

Jan

10-11-12,

2008

 

Geschichte trennt, aber Geschichten, die schaffen Nähe

Zeitgenössische deutschsprachige Literatur aus/in Rumänien

 

Participants

Georg Aescht, Carmen Francesca Banciu, Tanja Becker, Bianca BICAN, Andrei Corbea-Hoisie, Iulia Dondorici, Robert Elekes, Laura Gieser, Anca Luca Holden, Corina Petrescu, Grazziella Predoiu, Carmen Elisabeth Puchianu, Maria Sass, Eginald Schlattner, Sibylle SCHÖNBORN, Sandra VLASTA, Martina WERNLI, Ernest WICHNER

 

Reading: Eginald Schlattner,

fragments from the novel Das Klavier im Nebel (Zsolnay, 2005)

NEC

March

7-8,

2008

 

Christian Faith and Metaphysical Reason

between East and West

 

Mellon Disciplinary Workshop

 

Participants

Vlad ALEXANDRESCU, Cătălin Avramescu, David Bradshaw, Bruce Clark,  Douglas Knight, Mihai MACI, Vlad MURESAN, Mihail Neamţu,

Tereza-Brânduşa Palade, Russell Reno, Raj Sampath, Christoph Schneider, Leo Stan, Alin Tat, Bogdan Tătaru-Cazaban

NEC

March

14,

2008

 

Culture and the City: Creative Industries and Urban Processes

 

 

Participants

Liviu Chlecea, Lucian Dobraca, Diana Gabor,  Bogdan Gyemant, Călin Goina, Marius Lazăr, Irina Luncan, Vera Marin, Andreea Matache, Ovidiu Miron, Norbert Petrovici, Diana Somogyi, Ioana Tudora, Alexandra Vanea

 

Screening of the documentary:

Postindustrial Bucharest: Filaret Area, 2007, 25 min., produced by Liviu Chelcea

NEC

May

7,

2008

Questions de pouvoirs

 

Panel Talk

 

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with the Department of Political Science, University of Bucharest

Keynote speaker

Michèle Riot-Sarcey

Professeur, Université Paris 8

 

Participants:

Ioanela BăluŢĂ, Cristina Fometescu, Cristina GhiŢulescu, Ligia LivadĂ,  Silvia Marton, Alexandra Petrescu, Florin Ţurcanu

NEC

May

15-16,

2008

 

The Role of Law in Periods of System Transformation

 

 

 

The colloquium was held within the Program Exzellenznetzwerk Deutschland-Südosteuropa/ Networks of Excellence Germany-South-Eastern Europe, funded by the Hertie-Stiftung, Frankfurt/Main.

 

Convener: Bogdan Iancu

NEC-Link Fellow, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Bucharest

 

Participants:

Daniel BARBU, Marius BĂLAN, Valentin CONSTANTIN, Adam CZARNOTA, Ştefan DEACONU, Alina GENTIMIR, Dieter GRIMM, Bianca GUŢAN, Manuel GUŢAN, Bogdan IANCU, Monica Luisa MACOVEI, Iulia MOTOC, Christoph MÖLLERS, Daniel SMILOV, Alexander SOMEK, Paul VASILESCU, Pedro Cruz VILLALÓN, Genoveva VRABIE

NEC

May

23-24,

2008

 

Building Modernity in the Balkans

 

A Working Group for the Balkans: Framing Modernity in the Balkans. Research Strategies

 

 

Eve BLAU, Zeynep CELIK, Vesna GOLDSWORTHY, Jeremy HOWARD, Anthony KING, Steven MANSBACH, Vintilă MIHAILESCU, Diana MISHKOVA, Anca OROVEANU, Carmen POPESCU, Ioana POPESCU, Ivan RUPNIK, Philip URSPRUNG

 

Dana ARNOLD, Ruxandra BELDIMAN, Eve BLAU, Federica Alessandra BROILO, Zeynep CELIK, Vassilis COLONAS, Camelia CRĂCIUN, Emanuela GRAMA-NEAMŢU, Elvan ERGUT, Daniel Habit, Aleksandar KADIJEVIC, Emilya KARABOEVA, Nicolae LASCU, Darja MAHECIC, Steven MANSBACH, Tchavdar MARINOV, Carmen POPESCU, Irina POPESCU-CRIVEANU, Breda MIHELIC, Ada ŞTEFANUŢ (HAJDU), Ioana TUDORA, Belgin TURAN OZKAYA, Philip URSPRUNG, Nikolai VUKOV, Alexandra YEROLIMPOS, Anamaria ZAHARIADE.

NEC

 

UNAgaleria,

National University of Arts, Bucharest

June

13-14,

2008

 

From Traditional Attire to Modern Dress: Modes of Identification, Modes of Recognition in the Balkans (XVI-XX Centuries) /

Des vêtements à l’orientale au costume à l’européenne : manières de s’identifier, manières de se reconnaître dans les Balkans

 ( XVIe-XXIe siècles)

 

 

Coordonator

Cristina Vintilă-Ghiţulescu

NEC-Link Fellow 2007-08; Senior Researcher, “Nicolae Iorga” Institute of History, Bucharest

 

Participants

Elena BĂRBULESCU, Robert BORN, Giulia CALVI, Mirella DECHEVA, Alexandra DJURIĆ, Euphrosine EGOUMENIDOU, Anastassia FALIEROU, Petko HRISTOV, Onur INAL, Jean-Pierre LETHUILLIER, Liz MELLISH, Mirjana MIRCHEVSKA, Andrei OIŞTEANU, Vesna PETRESKA, Alexandra PETRESCU, Bojan POPOVIĆ, Vassiliki ROUKU, Nina Katrina SIMONČIČ, Ljljana STANCOV, Maria-Magdalena SZÉKELY, Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU, Artemis YAGOU

NEC

June

30

July

1-2,

2008

 

Vanishing bodies and the birth of modern physics: experimental philosophy, speculative philosophy and the missing matter theory of the seventeenth century

 

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with the Research centre Foundations of Early Modernity, University of Bucharest,

Princeton University and University of Otago, New Zealand, with the support of the University of Notre Dame, Nanovic Institute

Participants

Roger Ariew, Christoph Luthy, Peter Anstey, Horia Roman Patapievici, Daniel Garber, Katherine Brading, Stephen Gaukroger, Eric Schliesser, William Harper, Norma B. Goethe, John Bell, Jani Hakkarainen, Mihnea Dobre, Lucian Petrescu, a.o.

 

Scientific Committee

Daniel Garber, Peter Anstey, Vlad Alexandrescu, Dana Jalobeanu

NEC

Oct.

17-18-19,

2008

 

Espaces et Mondes au Moyen Âge

 

The symposium was organized in collaboration with the Center of Medieval Studies of the University of Bucharest and the Romanian Cultural Institute, Bucharest

Participants

Alvaro Barbieri, Cătălin Buciumeanu, Mianda CIOBA, Alexandru CIZEK, Claudio GALDERISI, Marta HARO CORTÉS, Jad HATEM, Liesbet Kusters, Ecaterina LUNG,

Ioan PÂNZARU, Jeff RIDER, Juan Miguel VALERO MORENO, Michel ZINK, a.o.

NEC

Oct.

6,

2008

Presentation of the book

The Biblical Models of Power and Law/

Les modèles bibliques du pouvoir et du droit

edited by Ivan Biliarsky and Radu Păun, published in 2008 by the Peter Lang Publishing House

Participants:

Prof. em. Dr. Hans Hattenhauer,

Ivan Biliarsky, Petre Guran,

Radu Păun

NEC

Oct.

27,

2008

 

La Grande Guerre - Histoire et mémoire collective en France et en Roumanie

 

Co-organizers: Department of Political Sciences, University of Bucharest, NEC, National Ministry of Defense

Participants

Daniel Barbu, Nicolas Beaupré,

Iulian Boţoghină, Alin Ciupala, Rudolf Dinu, Ioana Pârvulescu, Christophe Prochasson, Anne Rasmussen, Emmanuel Saint-Fuscien, Andrei Șiperco, Florin Ţurcanu, Clémentine Vidal-Naquet

NEC

Nov.

1,

2008

Le corps et ses hypostases en Europe et dans la société roumaine du Moyen Âge à l’époque contemporaine

 

Participants:

Elena Bedreag, Thomas Bouchet, Simion Câlţia, Gheorghe Lazăr, Bogdan-Petru Maleon, Alexandru-Florin PLATON, Liviu Pilat, Nicoleta Roman, Alessandro Stella, Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU.

NEC

Feb.

2,

2009

State, Power, and the Politics of Space

 

Organized by

Rudolf Poledna, Călin Cotoi

 

Participants:

Liviu Chelcea, Călin Cotoi,

Iliana Cozmiuc, Irina Culic,

Silviu Iosif, Norbert Petrovici,

Rudolf Poledna, Diana Popa,

Cristina Rat, Sherrill Stroschein,

Irina Zinca

NEC

Feb.

4,

2009

Themes and Concepts in Romanian Social Anthropology

 

A seminar in memory of Paul H. Stahl

 

Organized by:

Ştefan Dorondel, Stelu Şerban

 

Participants:

Remus Anghel, Ştefan Dorondel, Gheorghiţă Geană, Victor Rizescu, Zoltán Rostás ,

Gheorghe ŞiŞeŞtean,

Elena Siupiur, Stelu Şerban

NEC

March

1,

2009

Historical City, Active City: The New Architectures and Urban Innovations

 

 

Event co-organized in collaboration with Cervantes Institute, Bucharest

Interventions by:

Francisco Pol Mendez

The Rehabilitation of the Historical Centers in Spain: The Incidence of Contemporary Active Architectures

and

Asunción Rodríguez Montejano

Strategies and Projects for Including a City in the Heritage of Humankind: Cáceres

 

Followed by discussions moderated by

Ana Maria Zahariade

NEC

March

26-27, 

2009

Beyond Kuhnian paradigms: was there a scientific revolution in 17th century, after all?

 

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

 

 

Participants

Daniel Garber, Stephen Gaukroger, Mădălina Giurgea, Peter Harrison, Eric Schliesser, Ilie Parvu, Dana Jalobeanu, Vlad Alexandrescu, Sorana Corneanu, Sorin Costreie, Mihnea Dobre,  Lucian Petrescu, Grigore Vida, Iulia Mihai.  

 

Coordinator

Dana Jalobeanu

NEC-Link Fellow; Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities, Political and Administrative Sciences, “Vasile Goldiş” Western University, Arad

NEC,

 

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

 

May

 22,

2009

Summa theologica in Romanian language. Scholastic updates.

 

Participants

Anton Adămuţ, Alexander Baumgarten, Gabriel Chindea, Wilhelm Dancă, Iovan Drehe, Gereby Gyorgy, Abelardo Lobato, Eliana Maci, Mihai Maci, Mihai Maga, Mădălina Pantea, Bogdan Tătaru Cazaban, Alexandru Tofan, Ioana Toma.

NEC

June

4,

2009

 

The Place of Theoretical Investigation in Archaeology

 

 

This event is organized in collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, and „Valahia” University, Târgoviște

Organizers: Mircea Anghelinu, Valahia University, Târgoviște, and

Gheorghe Alexandru Niculescu, Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest

 

Participants:

Mircea Anghelinu, Alexandru Dragoman, Gheorghe Alexandru Niculescu, Loredana Niţă, Nona Palincaş, Dragomir Popovici

NEC

June

25,

2009

Aesthetics and the Arts Today / L’Esthétique et les arts aujourd’hui

 

 

Event organized in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Organizers:

Mihaela Pop, University of Bucharest, 

Dan Rațiu, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj, Ilinca BERNEA, University of Bucharest

 

Participants:

Petru Bejan, Ruxandra Demetrescu, Ilinca Dobrescu, Cătălin Gheorghe, Ion Ianoși, Cristian Iftode, Jean-Pierre Longre, Cristian Nae,

Anca Oroveanu, Ioan Pânzaru, Mihaela Pop, Dan Raţiu, Mara Rațiu, Valentina Sandu-Dediu,

Maftei Ștefan, Jean-Jacques Wunenburger,

D.N. Zaharia

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Nov.

13-14,

2009

Imitatio-Inventio: The  Rise of ‘Literature’

From Early to Classic Modernity

 

 

Event co-organized by the Center of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity of the University of Bucharest, the Romanian Cultural Institute and the New Europe College

Participants:

Gordon CAMPBELL, Sorana CORNEANU, Dennis COSTA, Gabriela DRAGNEA-HORVÁTH, Carlo GINZBURG, Herbert GRABES, Flavio GREGORI,

Mihaela IRIMIA, Ivan LUPIĆ, Stefania MONTECALVO, Andrea NAGY, Petruţa NĂIDUŢ,

Mădălina NICOLAESCU, Naji OUEIJAN, Patricia PARKER, Ignazio del PUNTA, John ROE, Raffaele RUGGIERO, Jukka TIUSANEN, Stefan UHLIG

NEC

Nov.

27,

2009

To be Romanian outside Romania. Adjustment, Identity, Image

 

 

The event is part of a project financed by the National Agency of Governmental Strategies

Participants:

Andrei CUŞCO, Felicia DUMAS, Aurelia FELEA, Sorin Gabriel Ioniţă,  Maria MateoniU, Petru NEGURĂ, Raluca PRELIPCEANU, Lucia Sava, Stela SUHAN, Alin TAT, Ştefan VIANU

NEC

Jan.

22-23,

2010

Cultures of Indebtedness: Displacements of Value in Eastern Europe

 

 

 

Conveners: Daniel Lăţea, Narcis Tulbure

 

Participants:

Luciana AENASOAIE, Mihaela IRÈNE COSTELIAN, Barbara GRIMPE, Alya GUSEVA, Jane GUYER, Boris GUROV, Mateusz HALAWA, Keith HART, Milena IAKIMOVA, Larisa JASAREVIC, Charlotte JOHNSON, Mikołaj LEWICKI, Daniel LĂŢEA, Ioana MACREA-TOMA, Oana MATEESCU, Andreea MURARU, Victor STOICHIŢĂ, Narcis TULBURE, Balázs VÁRADI

 

NEC

Feb.

26-27,

2010

L’Etat en France et en Roumanie aux XIXe

et XXe siècles

 

 

 

Conveners :

Silvia MARTON and Florin ŢURCANU

 

Participants:

Mioara ANTON, Daniel BARBU,

Marc-Olivier BARUCH, Ionela BĂLUȚĂ,

Alain CHATRIOT, Serge CHAUMIER, Vincent DUCLERT, Patrice DURAN, Pascale GOETSCHEL, Alexandra IONESCU, Ioana MACREA-TOMA, Alexandru MAMINA, Silvia MARTON, Dan-Eugen RAȚIU, Emilien RUIZ, Florin Andrei SORA, Alin TAT, Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Florin ŢURCANU, Paul VALADIER, Aurelia VASILE, Olivier WIEVIORKA

NEC

Apr.

12-13,

2010

THE BALKANS AND CAUCASUS

Parallel processes on the opposite sides of the Black Sea. Past, present, and prospects

Participants: Zaal ANDRONIKASHVILI, Constantin ARDELEANU, Ozan ARSLAN, Markus BAUER, Vugar BAYRAMOV, Ivan BILIARSKY, Estelle Amy de la BRETEQUE, Julian BROOKS, Mariam CHKHARTISHVILI, Roland CLARK, Ovidiu CRISTEA, Ana DEVIC, Ana DINESCU, Arolda ELBASANI, Arsen HAKOBYAN, Keith HITCHINS, Sopio KADAGISHVILI, Thede KAHL, Ketevan KAKITELASHVILI, Emmanuel KARAGIANNIS, Zaal KIKVIDZE, Birgit KUCH, Marieta KUMPILOVA, Peter McMURRAY, Gianluca PASTORI, Elena POKALOVA, Constantinos PREVELAKIS, Hanna SHELEST, Dmitry SHLAPENTOKH, Dmitrii SIDOROV, Katharina STADLER, Victor STOICHIŢĂ, Yuri STOYANOV, Taline TER MINASSIAN

NEC

May

8,

2010

Nicolaus Cusanus – Philosophy and Theology

 

 

 

Participants

Alexandru BAUMGARTEN, Andrei BERESCHI,

Cătălin BUCIUMEANU,

Florin CRÂŞMĂREANU, Bogdan DUCA, Anca MANOLESCU, Adrian MURARU, Bogdan TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Miruna TĂTARU-CAZABAN, Ana PETRACHE, Gelu SABĂU, Dan SĂVINESCU

NEC

May

13-14-15,

2010

Francis Bacon and the Medicine of the Mind. Stoic Protestantism in Late Renaissance England

 

Participants:

Sorana CORNEANU, Guido GIGLIONI, Peter HARRISON, Dana JALOBEANU, Doina Cristina RUSU, Koen VERMEIR, Joseph WOLYNIAK

NEC

June

18-19,

2010

Writing Intellectual History in East Central Europe. Interwar Romania in Regional and European Contexts

 

 

ERC Research Group Negotiating Modernity,

Pasts, Inc. Center for Historical Studies, CEU, Budapest

Coordinators: Balázs TRENCSÉNYI,

Sorin ANTOHI

Organizer: Valentin SĂNDULESCU

 

Participants:

Sorin ALEXANDRESCU, Sorin ANTOHI,

Ionuț-Florin BILIUȚĂ, Stefan-Ionuț BOSOMITU, Călin COTOI, Gábor ÉGRY, Tudor GEORGESCU, Moshe IDEL, Constantin IORDACHI, Maciej JANOWSKI, Michal KOPEČEK, Steliu LAMBRU, Petru NEGURĂ, Valentin SĂNDULESCU, Zeev STERNHELL, Balázs TRENCSÉNYI, Leon VOLOVICI

NEC

Sept.

22-23,

2010

Architecture and City in Post 89 Romania

 

 

Exploratory Workshop

 

Event organized within the Diaspora Conference in Romanian Scientific Research

Participants:

Cătălin BERESCU, Oana BOGDAN, Liviu CHELCEA, Mihaela CRITICOS, Călin DAN, Hanna DERER, Adriana DIACONU, Radu DRĂGAN, Andrei FERARU, Ştefan GHENCIULESCU, Celia GHYKA, Iosif KIRALY, Vera MARIN, Ioana MERCEY, Vintilă MIHĂILESCU, Andreea MIHALACHE, Eugen PĂNESCU, Dragoş PATRASCO, Carmen POPESCU, Cristina SUCALA, Ana Maria ZAHARIADE

NEC

Oct. 28,

2010

Hannah Arendt. Vertrauen in das Menschliche /

Hannah Arendt. Confidence in the Human

 

Event organized at the initiative and in collaboration with Literaturhaus Berlin and Goethe-Institut Bucharest

 

Concept: Literaturhaus Berlin. Graphic Design: Katharina Triebe, Leipzig.

Translations: Horaţiu Gabriel Decuble, Bucharest

Project financed by : Kulturstiftung des Bundes

NEC

Oct.

5,

2010

Secularism between Politics and Religion Franco-Romanian Reflections /

La laïcité entre le politique et le religieux

Réflexions franco-roumaines

 

 

Participants

Mirel BĂNICĂ, Radu CARP, Jean-François COLOSIMO, Catherine DURANDIN, Father KUBLER, Marius LAZURCA, Francis MESSNER, Mihail NEAMŢU, Radu PREDA, Rémy SCHWARTZ, Alin TAT, Elena Simina TĂNĂSESCU, Ştefan VIANU                 

NEC

Oct.

18,

2010

Why Hannah Arendt?

 

Event organized at the initiative and in collaboration with Literaturhaus Berlin and Goethe-Institut Bucharest

Participants:

Sorin ALEXANDRESCU,

Eveline CIOFLEC, Celia GHYKA,

Ekkerhart KRIPPENDORFF,

Ulrike OFFENBACH

NEC

Oct.

22-23,

2010

Matérialités et immatérialité de l’église au Moyen Age /

Materiality and Immateriality of the Church in the Middle Ages

 

 

Event organized in partnership with the

Center of the Medieval Studies of the Bucharest University and the IRHiS (Research Institute of History of the North) Laboratory - UMR 8529 - CNRS –Charles de Gaulle University - Lille 3

Participants:

Vladimir AGRIGOROAIEI, Brigitte Miriam BEDOS-REZAK, Vlad BEDROS, Gerardo BOTO-VALERA, Marion BOUDON-MACHUEL, Mianda CIOBA, Ştefan COLCERIU, Rémy CORDONNIER, Anca CRIVĂŢ, Jean-Paul DEREMBLE, Brigitte D’HAINAUT-ZVENI, Amal EL-GANAOUI, Cătălina GÎRBEA, Ioana GOGEANU, Ana-Maria GOILAV, Brânduşa GRIGORIU, Petre GURAN, Patrick HENRIET, Michel LAUWERS, Alexei LIDOV, Ecaterina LUNG, Anca MANOLESCU, Andrea MARTIGNONI, Didier MÉHU, Alicia MIGUELEZ-CAVERO, Maria NARBONNA, Dragoş NĂSTĂSOIU, Eric PALAZZO, Adrian PAPAHAGI, Ioan PÂNZARU; Mihaela POP, Annie REGOND, Nicolas REVEYRON, Jeff RIDER, Ileana STĂNCULESCU, Anca VASILIU, Cătălina VELCULESCU, Catherine VINCENT, Mihaela VOICU, Cécile VOYER

NEC

Nov.

26-27,

2010

Soumettre les corps, sauver les âmes. Le difficile dialogue de la foi entre chrétiens et musulmans à l'époque de la Turcocratie (XVIIe siècle) / Taming the body, saving the soul: the Christians of the Sultan facing  Islam in the 17th century South-eastern Europe

 

 

Participants

Violeta BARBU, Elisabetta BORROMEO, Matei CAZACU, Rafael CHELARU, Emmanuele COLOMBO, Maria CRĂCIUN,

Rossitsa GRADEVA, Bernard HEYBERGER, Levente NAGY,

Krista ZACH, Raya ZAIMOVA

NEC

Dec.

2-3-4,

2010

Author(ity) and the Canon

Between Institutionalization and Questioning: Literature from High to Late Modernity

 

 

Event organized by The Center of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity, Bucharest, The Romanian Cultural Institute, and the New Europe College, Bucharest

Participants:

Jorge BASTOS da SILVA, Adina CIUGUREANU, Sorana CORNEANU, Valentine CUNNINGHAM, Marina DOSSENA, Christoph EHLAND, Patricia ERSKINE-HILL, Christoph HOUSWITSCHKA, Flavio GREGORI, Mihaela IRIMIA, Dragoş IVANA, Donald R. KELLEY, Ludmilla KOSTOVA, João Luís LISBOA, Angela LOCATELLI, Ivan LUPIĆ, Colin MacCABE, Mădălina NICOLAESCU, Francesca ORESTANO, Emilia POSTOLACHE, Stephen PRICKETT, Andrew SANDERS, Bonnie SMITH, Jukka TIUSANEN, Patricia WAUGH, Hayden WHITE, Marek WILCZYŃSKI

NEC

Mar.

4-5,

2011

Francis Bacon and the Early Modern Reconfiguration of Natural History

 

 

Participants

Peter ANSTEY, Daniel ANDERSON, Sorana CORNEANU, Benedino GEMELLI,  Guido GIGLIONI, Dana JALOBEANU, James LANCASTER, Doina Cristina RUSU, Mădălina GIURGEA, Laura GEORGESCU, Ian G. STEWART

NEC

Apr.

1-2,

2011

Women, Families and Religiosity: Past and Present

Organizing Committee:

Dr. Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU, Dr. Marianna MURAVYEVA, Dr. Anca OROVEANU

Participants:

Ionela BĂLUŢĂ, Mirel BĂNICĂ, Simion CÂLŢIA, Elena BEDREAG, Liviu CHELCEA, Ovidiu CRISTEA, Daniela DETEŞAN, Natalia DMYTRYSHYN, Luminiţa DUMĂNESCU, Mimoza DUSHI, Anastassia FALIEROU, Vincent GOURDON, Corina IOSIF, Orsolya KERESZTY, Gheorghe LAZĂR, Marian MARIN-BALAŞA, Marianna MURAVYEVA, Natalia PUSHKAREVA, Nicoleta ROMAN, Maria SPILIOTOPOULOU, Mihai-Răzvan UNGUREANU, Constanţa VINTILĂ-GHIŢULESCU, Mălina VOICU, Lilia ZABOLOTNAIA

NEC

Apr.

29-30,

2011

Historical  Legacies in the Black Sea Region

Convener: Leonid PEISAKHIN

 

Participants:

Sener AKTURK, Gabriel BADESCU,  Jerzy BARTKOWSKI, Igor CASU, Calin COTOI, Andrei CUSCO, Keith DARDEN, Nora FISHER ONAR, Georgi GANEV, George JIGLAU, Olga KUTSENKO, Martin MENDELSKI, Leonid PEISAKHIN, Vsevolod SAMOKHVALOV, Lerna YANIK, Tomasz ZARYCKI

NEC

May

20-21,

2011

Art History Meets Art Theory

 

EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE SEMINAR SERIES 2010-2011

An initiative of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute:

Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe After 1989

Participants:

Edit ANDRAS, Anna BRZYSKI, Magda CÂRNECI, Karel CÍSAŘ, Călin DAN Ruxandra DEMETRESCU, Anthony GARDNER, Michael Ann HOLLY, Karolina JEFTIC, Ladislav KESNER, Iosif KIRALY, Steven MANSBACH, Magdalena MOSKALEWICZ, Keith MOXEY, Mária ORIŠKOVÁ, Anca OROVEANU, Ileana PINTILIE, Piotr PIOTROWSKI, Magda RADU, Sven SPIEKER, Beat WYSS a.o.

NEC

Oct. 7,

2011

A debate on the book Peasants under Siege. The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949-1962 by Gail KLIGMAN and Katherine VERDERY (Princeton University Press, 2011)

Participants:

Gail KLIGMAN, Katherine VERDERY, Bogdan MURGESCU, Virgiliu ŢÂRĂU

NEC

Oct. 12,

2011

Reason and the Antinomies of Faith.  The Dialogue between the Believers and Nonbelievers

Colloquium co-chaired by  the Cardinal Gianfranco RAVASI and

Andrei PLEŞU

 

Participants:

Vlad ALEXANDRESCU, Alexander BAUMGARTEN, Francisca BĂLTĂCEANU, Andrei CORNEA, Michel KUBLER, Anca MANOLESCU,

Dan C. MIHĂILESCU

 

NEC

Oct. 14,

2011

Itineraries in the Neo-Scholastic Phenomenology of Edith Stein

 

Anniversary Symposium, 120 years since Edith Stein’s birth

Organizers: Tereza-Brînduşa PALADE and Paul-Gabriel SANDU

 

Participants: Pr. Luca BULGARINI, Robert LAZU, Daniela MACI, Mihai MACI, Tănase NICHIFOR, Adrian NIŢĂ,Tereza-Brînduşa PALADE, Pr. Marco PAOLINELLI, Paul-Gabriel SANDU, Lucia TOADER

NEC

Oct.

21-22,

2011

Cosmopolitanism and Philosophy in a Cosmopolitan Sense

 

Event organized within the research project The Political Radicalization of the Kantian Idea of Philosophy in a Cosmopolitan Sense coordinated by Áron TELEGDI-CSETRI, and  financed by UEFISCDI

Keynote speakers and moderators: Sorin BAIAŞU, Gary BANHAM, Romulus BRÂNCOVEANU, Garrett W. BROWN, Tamara CĂRĂUŞ, Speranţa DUMITRU, Dan LAZEA, Camil PÂRVU, Vlad PERJU, Garry ROBSON, Mihály SZILÁGYI-GÁL,  Áron TELEGDI-CSETRI

 

Participants: Mete Ulaş AKSOY, James ALEXANDER, Andrey AVDEENKOV, Alessio CALABRESE, Viorela DUCU, Enikő FERENCZ, Sarah GRUNBERG, Heike HÄRTING, Kjartan KOCH MIKALSEN, Valeriy K. KOREPANOV, Kostas KOUKOUZELIS, Alexander KUSTOV,  Ciprian NIŢU, Michael RINGS, Márton RÖVID, Elena TRUBINA, Edgar VALDEZ

NEC

Nov. 15,

2011

History And Memory Of The Communist Terror In Soviet Moldavia In The East European Context

 

Debate on the book Fără termen de prescripţie. Aspecte ale investigării crimelor comunismului în Europa [No prescription. Aspects of the investigation of communist crimes in Europe], volume edited by Sergiu Musteață and Igor Cașu.

Guests: historians Igor Caşu and

Sergiu Musteaţă, members of  the Commission for the Study and Evaluation of the Communist Totalitarian Regime of the Republic of Moldova

NEC

Nov. 28,

2011

Mémoire de l’holocauste et mémoire du goulag

Organizer: Raluca GROSESCU

 

Participants: Anne APPLEBAUM, Alain BLUM, Raluca GROSESCU, Damiana OTOIU, Stanislas PIERRET,

Ioan STANOMIR, Jean-Charles SZUREK, Florin ŢURCANU

NEC

Dec. 3,

2011

Figurer/penser le XIXe siècle. Savoirs, actualité, controverses

 

Event organized within the series of  meetings of the Research Group Reflections on the Political History of the 19th Century in Romania

Round table moderated by Jordi CANAL, EHESS Paris

 

Participants: Vincent DUCLERT, EHESS Paris; Cristina VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU, „Nicolae Iorga” Institute of History of the Romanian Academy; Raluca ALEXANDRESCU, Silvia MARTON, and Florin ȚURCANU, Department of Political Sciences, University of Bucharest

Department of Political Sciences,

(Negulescu

hall)

Str. Spiru Haret nr. 8

Dec. 7-8,

2011

Markets for executives and non-executives in Western and Eastern Europe

 

SNF-SCOPES research workshop in Romania

Participants:

AGENDA Institute: Gjergji Filipi, Arbjan Mazniku,

FIM: Winfried Ruigrok, Peder Greve,

IPP: Anatol Gremalschi, Arcadie Barbarosie,

NEC: Liviu Voinea, Laura Simionescu.

NEC

Jan.

13-14,

2012

Penser le XIXe siècle : nouveaux chantiers de recherche

Participants:

Raluca ALEXANDRESCU, Ionela BĂLUȚĂ, Constantin BĂRBULESCU, Simion CÂLȚIA, Steven ENGLUND, Anastassia FALIEROU, Damien GUILLAME, Christine GUIONNET, Ligia LIVADĂ, Silvia MARTON, Nicolae MIHAI, Toader NICOARĂ, Alexandru-Florin PLATON, Michèle RIOT-SARCEY, Nicoleta ROMAN, Andrei SORA, Florin ȚURCANU, Mihai Răzvan UUNGUREANU, Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU

NEC

Mar. 5,

2012

Cosmopolitanism and Global Justice

 

Meeting organized within the project Critical Foundations of Contemporary Cosmopolitanism,  financed by the National Council for Scientific Research (CNCS), Human Resources Program, Young Research Teams Grants-TE, project code: PN-II-RU-TE-2011-3-0218

Participants:

Iulia ANGHEL, Tamara CĂRĂUȘ, Radu CRISTESCU,        Dan LAZEA, Camil PÂRVU, Áron TELEGDI-CSETRI,    Elena PARIS, Laura PRICOP, Ciprian NIȚU, a.o.

NEC

Apr. 18,

2012

Debate on the book From Peasants to Farmers? Agrarian Reforms and Modernization in Twentieth Century Romania. A Case Study: Bordei Verde Commune in Braila County by Cornel Micu, Peter Lang Publisher, 2012

With the participation of Bogdan MURGESCU, Professor at the Faculty of History, University of Bucharest, Daniel BRETT, Cornel MICU, and the NEC Programs Fellows of the 2011-2012 academic year.

NEC

May

24-25,

2012

The Jews of the Mediterranean

 

International Annual Conference organized by The “Goldstein-Goren” Center of Jewish Studies, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

Participants:

Delia BALAICAN, Ivan BILIARSKY, Cristina CIUCU, Andrei CORNEA, Yolanda CONSTANTINESCU, Karen GERSON SARHON, Carol IANCU, Anca MANOLESCU, Victor NEUMANN, Andrei OIȘTEANU, Silvia PLANAS MARCE, Alina POPESCU, Liviu ROTMAN, Minna ROZEN, Mariuca STANCIU, Cristina TOMA

NEC

Jun.

1-2,

2012

Guerres Balkaniques, conflit local et engrenage

 

Organizers: NEC, INALCO Paris ; Department of Political Science, University of Bucharest, EHESS, Paris

 

Organizing Committee: Silvia Marton, Catherine Durandin, Anca Oroveanu, Andreea Niță

 

Scientific Committee: Jean-Jacques Becker, Catherine Durandin, Silvia Marton, Florin Turcanu

Participants

Stéphane AUDOUIN-ROUZEAU, Annette BECKER, Jean-Jacques BECKER, Hamit BOZARSLAN, Vincent DUCLERT, Catherine DURANDIN, Cécile FOLSCHWEILLER, Jean-Noël GRANDHOMME, Lucie GUESNIER, Gerd KRUMEICH, Bernard LORY, Silvia MARTON, Bogdan POPA, Laurent ROSSION, Donald SASSOON, Stanislav SRETENOVIC, Antony TODOROV, Florin ȚURCANU

NEC

Jun.

22-23,

2012

“Good bye, Lenin!”

Rethinking Culture, Politics, History and Space in the Black Sea Region

 

 

Participants:

Rasa ČEPAITIENE, Elizabeth CULLEN DUNN, Diana DUMITRU, Olena GOROSHKO, Natalya LAZAR, Panagiota MANOLI, Zivile MIKAILIENE, Octavian MILEVSKI, Sergiu MUSTAȚĂ, Cosmin POPA, Amy SAMUELSON, Stanislav SECRIERU, Dimitros TRIANTAPHYLLOU, Elena TRUBINA,

Lia TSULADZE, Tatiana ZHURZHENKO, Tamara ZLOBINA

NEC

Jun. 27,

2012

Now is the winter of our discontent?

Protest and dissent in the 21st Century

Speakers: Daniel Brett;

 

Amy Samuelson, Katalin Prajda, Bukola Adeyemi Oyeniyi;

 

Ilya Kharin, Natalya Lazar, Stanislav Secrieru

NEC

Nov.

22- 23-24,

2012

Literature and Cultural Memory

 

Participants

Luís Manuel BERNARDO, Lina BOLZONI, Peter BURKE, Adina CIUGUREANU, Thomas DOCHERTY, Christoph EHLAND, Herbert GRABES, Clive GRIFFIN, László GYAPAY, Mihaela IRIMIA, Darryl JONES, Donna LANDRY, Christoph LEHNER, Gerald MacLEAN, Giacomo MARRAMAO, John McRAE, Daniel MELO, Mirka MODRZEWSKA, Rareş MOLDOVAN, Charles MOSELEY, Petruța NAIDUT, Francesca ORESTANO, Maria-Lúcia PALARES-BURKE, Leonor SANTA BARBARA, Bogdan ŞTEFANESCU,  Jukka TIUSANEN, Ludmila VOLNA,

Ioana ZIRRA.

NEC

Nov. 30, 2012

Emergent Stakeholders of Heritage Making

 

Participants

Céline Barrère, Grégory Busquet, Nicușor Dan, Martine Derain, Adriana Diaconu, Ioana Florea, Muriel Girard, Sophie Gravereau, Meriç Öner Guven, Banu Karaca, Norbert Petrovici, Istvan Szakats, Ioana Szeman

NEC

Dec.

7-8,

2012

Cosmopolitanism and Deliberative Democracy: Norms and Justifications

 

Participants:

Tamara CĂRĂUȘ, Michael EVANS, Elizabeth HOLZER, Daniel KUCHLER, Volker KAUL, Dan LAZEA, Hallie LIBERTO, Diana MARGARIT, Christoph MOSER, Răzvan NICOARĂ, Elena PARIS, Camil PÂRVU, Laura PRICOP, Áron TELEGDI-CSETRI Stefan SCHEVELIER

 

NEC

March

1-2,

2013

The Order of Nature, Theological Anthropology, and Medicine of the Mind:

Francis Bacon and Religion Reconsidered

Participants

Daniel ANDERSSON, Sorana CORNEANU, Guido GIGLIONI, Dana JALOBEANU, James LANCASTER, Silvia MANZO. Steven MATTHEWS, Giuliano MORI, Chiara PETROLINI

NEC

May

23-24, 2013

To Be Or Not To Be A Jew.

Problems and Aspects on Entering and Leaving Judaism

Participants:

Adina BABEȘ, Francisca BĂLTĂCEANU, Ana Maria BĂRBULESCU, Philippe BOBICHON, Eugen CIURTIN, Cristina CIUCU, Alexandru FLORIAN, Maria Antonieta GARCIA, Moshe IDEL, Victor KARADY, Nadezda KORYAKINA, Ronny MIRON, Brândușa PALADE, Daniel Silva PERDIGÃO, Marisa Bueno SANCHEZ, Măriuca STANCIU, Mihai Răzvan UNGUREANU, George VOICU.

NEC

June

21-22, 2013

Agents or Objects? Rethinking the History of Bessarabia / Moldova and the Black Sea Region (1812-2012)

Participants:

Anna ABAKUNOVA, Constantin ARDELEANU, Daniel BRETT, Kateryna BUDZ, Kathryn CASSIDY, Andrei CUȘCO, Dzovinar DERDERIAN, Dan DRĂGHIA, Diana DUMITRU, Ștefan IONESCU, James KAPALO, Ellie KNOTT, Volodymyr KULIKOV, Natalya LAZĂR, Octavian MILEVSCHI, Petru NEGURĂ, Hussein OYLUPINAR, Virgil PÂSLARIUC, Rodica RUSU, Amy SAMUELSON, Svetlana SUVEICA

NEC

July 11,

2013

Performing musical notations: sounds, signs, and orality

 

Participants:

Nicoletta DEMETRIOU, Nicolae GHEORGHITA, Costin MOISIL, Jaakko OLKINUORA, William TALLOTTE, Richard WIDDESS

NEC

Nov.

1-2,

2013

Critical Foundations of Contemporary Cosmopolitanism

Plenary speakers:

Daniele ARCHIBUGI, James BOHMAN, Luis CABRERA, Samuel A. CHAMBERS, Oliver MARCHART

 

Panel speakers:

Thomas BERNS, Benjamin BOURCIER, Alessio CALABRESE,

Tamara CARAUS, Solange CHAVEL, Stephan CONNELLY, Bogdan IANCU, Kostas KOUKOUZELIS, Jonathan KUYPER, Dan LAZEA, Gilbert LEUNG, Sergiu MISCOIU, Viacheslav MOROZOV, Raluca PARVU, Elena PARIS, Camil PARVU, Stefan PEDERSEN, Aron TELEGDI-CSETRI,

Konstantinos VASSILIOU, Fabia VEÇOSO

NEC

April

7-8,

2014

Black Sea Link Workshop on Theory

 

Participants:

David CHIGHOLASHVILI, Liliana COROBCA, Egor FEDOTOV, Alexandra GADAI, Elnur ISMAYILOV, Alexandru LESANU, Sandra KING-SAVIC, André LIEBICH, Christoph MICHELS, Oksana MYSHLOVSKA, Sergey RUMYANTSEV, Ulrich SCHMID, Niko TATULASHVILI.

NEC

May

8-9,

2014

Knowledge of Transcendent Objects

Participants

Sorin BAIASU, Francesca BIAGIOLI, Andrew CHIGNELL, Max EDWARDS, Reto GUBELMANN, Bryan Wesley HALL, Desmond HOGAN, Sebastian STEIN,

Marco TOSCANO, Ioannis TRISOKKAS

NEC