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Conference on the Middle Ages: Provisioning Medieval European Towns – Castelo de Vide, Portugal, 10-12 October 2019

27.05.2019 | 09:14

Deadline – 31 May 2019
This year, from October 10th to the 12th, the Institute for Medieval Studies (IEM | NOVA-FCSH) and the municipality of Castelo de Vide are organizing the IV International Conference on the Middle Ages, under the theme: Provisioning Medieval European Towns.
Medieval towns were large human gatherings, the provision of which was diverse and complex, implying great challenges to their ruling powers. In fact, towns were simultaneously production centres, consumers and distributors, and its range depended on the town’s size, which...

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Academy Robert Bosch Fellowships at Chatham House

08.04.2019 | 11:00

Deadline – April 29, 2019
Fellowship: the fellow will receive a monthly stipend of approximately £2,340. Modest provision is made for the costs of relocation, fieldwork, and possible publication costs.
https://www.chathamhouse.org/academy/fellowships/robert-bosch-russia-eurasia?fbclid=IwAR06KwPh_aeIGsNX8beMncicQQJcQHkqNrgyiDMdcIM7q0wIadfjxeg1-aw#

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Рublic lecture “Die Ungleichzeitigkeit des Gleichzeitigen: Not long ago, when the age of innocence ended, and everything was possible”

03.04.2019 | 10:58

On April 12, 2019, at 6 pm, at the Lviv city council Marci Shore will deliver a public lecture “Die Ungleichzeitigkeit des Gleichzeitigen:
Not long ago, when the age of innocence ended, and everything was possible”.
Location: Grand session hall of the Lviv City Council (Rynok square, 1)
For Habsburg author Stefan Zweig the First World War brought forever to an end the “age of innocence”: after the war, one could no longer travel without a passport. And this was not all:...

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East European Summer School

05.03.2019 | 11:55

RECRUITMENT
The East European Summer School is the Centre’s oldest initiative. It was established in 1991 and started offering courses as part of a three-week international visiting scholarship programme in 1992. Each July, the Summer School offers academic sessions designed for young researchers from former Soviet republics, Central Europe, but also from Western Europe and America. The programme focuses on the region’s history and its contemporary affairs.
The Summer School’s programme consists of lectures, panel discussions, as well as visits to research...

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