A special issue of Studies in Eastern European Cinema calls for contributions (not exceeding 6000 words) on the uses of popular music in the moving image in Eastern Europe – including musicals, other types of fiction film, music videos, documentary and experimental films – from the postwar period to contemporary times. The focus includes but also reaches beyond poetic considerations of film music, and articles about the social, cultural, and production contexts of music in screen culture are especially welcome.
H-Romania is an international interdisciplinary academic network promoting the professional study, criticism, and research of all aspects of Romanian history, politics, culture and society. It focuses primarily on the countries of Romania and Moldova but also attends to numerous other past and present political, ethnic and social groups, including minorities and diasporas, in terms of their significant connections to present-day Romanian territory.
New Europe College, an institute for advanced study in the humanities and social sciences in Bucharest, Romania, is offering through competition Fellowships in its Pontica Magna Program. This funding opportunity targets young researchers, media professionals, writers and artists from the countries around the Black Sea (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine), but also beyond it. Candidates are welcome to apply with projects on topics of their choice, for in-residence fellowships of one or two terms at the NEC.
Justice, Memory and Redress in Romania: New Insights (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017)
edited by Lavinia Stan & Lucian Turcescu
The Spring 2017 issue of the Society for Romanian Studies newsletter is currently available!
It Includes updates on our programs, news from members, and a number of interesting interviews.
We hope you will enjoy this new edition. If you have any questions or comments about the content of this newsletter, or if you have announcements or publications you would like to share in our next edition, please email Ana Fumurescu and Cristina Plămădeală at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Society for Romanian Studies is pleased to launch a new biannual peerreviewed journal in collaboration with Ibidem Press. The new interdisciplinary journal examines critical issues in Romanian Studies broadly conceived, linking work in that field to wider theoretical debates and issues of current relevance, and serving as a forum for junior and senior scholars.