CFP: Session at SECAC 2019: Female Agency and Activism in the Arts of Eastern and Central Europe

Female artists, curators, and scholars have greatly influenced the cultural landscape of Eastern and Central Europe through their work, art, and initiatives. In addition, a number of women developed and expressed radical ideas about women’s place in society, lived realities, and gender roles during the socialist period and its aftermath.

CFP: Historicizing “Whiteness” in Eastern Europe and Russia

Historicizing “Whiteness” in Eastern Europe and Russia

Call for Papers: Deadline 11 March 2019

Date: 25-26 June 2019

Hosted by: Centre for the Study of Equal Opportunity Policies at the Political Science Department, University of Bucharest  

http://cpes.fspub.unibuc.ro/

CfP (conference): The post-1989 Springtime of National Minorities?

The post-1989 Springtime of National Minorities?

Minority Mobilisation, Human Rights Activism and the Accommodation of Ethnocultural Diversity in Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe

conference organized by the
Nationalism Studies Program at Central European University (CEU)

and the

Tom Lantos Institute (TLI)

and the

Institute for Minority Studies, Centre for Social Sciences, HAS

Budapest, Hungary
6-7 June, 2019

CS: East Central and Southeastern Europe in the Twentieth Century [J. Krapfl, 2018]

This course provides an introduction to the turbulent twentieth-century history of what used to be called "Eastern" Europe. It was a diverse region where over twenty languages were spoken and seven major religions practiced, where today there lie thirteen to twenty-six independent countries (depending how one counts). During the twentieth century it was a testing ground for social engineers and a battleground between conflicting empires and ideologies.

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