Open projects - aplications
07 July 2016
The European Network Remembrance and Solidarity launches the recruitment process for the second edition of the project called In Between? Searching for local histories in borderlands of Europe whose target group is young people aged 18-25.
This time around, young Europeans are going to travel...
07 April 2016
Proposals are welcome for monographs and edited collections for consideration in Academic Studies Press’s recently launched regional series:
This series welcomes proposals in Polish studies, including literature, film, performance studies, gender and women's studies,...
25 March 2016
The British Association of Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) is the UK national learned society for the study of Russia, Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The main activity of the association is the annual conference, held normally in Cambridge in spring, with over 400...
30 March 2016
The conference will explore issues related to Jewish cultural heritage in contemporary Europe – preservation, animation, engagement, and impact.
For whom is Jewish cultural heritage being preserved and interpreted? What is its role in the renewal of Jewish life and memory? What is its impact on...
08 March 2016
The Polish American Historical Association announces the call for nominations and applications for the Graduate Student Research aper Award.
Established in 2008, the Graduate Student Research Paper Award recognizes outstanding research into...
02 March 2016
The European Civilization Chair at the College of Europe (Natolin Campus), in cooperation with the Bronisław Geremek Foundation, invites nominations from publishers for the 2016 Bronisław Geremek Prize.
The prize is awarded annually for an outstanding academic...
Seminar: "The Oral History of Ukrainian Revolutions" organized in the framework of the "Three Ukrainian Revolutions" (3R) project
18 February 2016
The seminar "The Oral History of Ukrainian Revolutions" is the first of a series of events organized in the framework of the "Three Ukrainian Revolutions" (3R) project led by Professor Georges MINK, Permanent Professor at the Natolin campus of the...
26 January 2016
The Bronisław Geremek Fellowship aims to foster the study and reflection of Polish national heritage in the context of European tradition. The fellowships enable Polish senior and junior researchers to work on a research project of their own choice. The fellowships are open to all academic...