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February 6, 2019

Anthropology, Cultural studies, Film and media studies, Gender studies, History, Sociology, Visual arts

Fields of Vision: Memory, Identity, and Images of the Past

In cooperation with Open Society Archives and Visual Studies Platform, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Call for Papers to the International Conference "Arts and the City"

January 29, 2019

Abstracts are invited for an international conference on arts and the city organised by Károli Gáspár University’s Institute of English Studies and the Institute of Philosophy at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Papers exploring various forms of art in the modern urban environment are welcomed. We are particularly interested in the portrayal of cities in literary texts, films, and the visual arts as well as the history of architecture, street art, and performing arts.

Call for Papers to Why (Not)? Thinking Eastern Europe Digitally: Network Analysis, Data Modeling, Visualisation and Sharing in Historical Research

January 28, 2019

Venue: Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz-Association Marburg
Date: 30 September – 1 October 2019

Call for Applications to the "Basics of Documentary Filmmaking Workshop" (Winter/spring 2018)

January 24, 2019

The CEU Library is organizing a documentary filmmaking workshop open to CEU PhD students, faculty and staff, and any other members of the CEU community not eligible to sign up for the for-credit CEU filmmaking courses that utilize the resources of the Library’s Mirabaud Media Lab, and who will apply the filmmaking skills learned in the workshop directly in their research or scholarly activities.

The workshop consists of seven sessions over eight weeks, on Mondays

Workshop dates: March 18 – April 15, April 29 - May 6

Apply for the 2019 Aaron Swartz fellowship by Blinken OSA

January 24, 2019

The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (Blinken OSA) at Central European University, one of the initiators of the Open Access Movement, each year, awards one fellowship honoring the work, legacy and memory of our friend, Aaron Swartz, either to an unconventional technology expert early in his/her career, or a scholar or activist working at the intersection of humanities, social sciences and technology studies or technological solutions.