188 events found.

Porcine Futures 1: Re-negotiating “Wilderness” in More-than-human Worlds

Workshop Organized by the team of Bewildering Boar project at CEFRES – Aníbal Arregui, Luděk Brož, Marianna Szczygielska and Virginie Vaté together with Erica von Essen (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) kindly supported by the Swedish Hunting Association through the grant “Challenges Facing Swedish Hunting Ethics in Post-Modernity”. When: 16-17 October 2018 Where: Prague, AV ČR, Národní 18, … Continue reading Porcine Futures 1: Re-negotiating “Wilderness” in More-than-human Worlds

Concluding seminar 2017/2018

Program 9:30 Clara Royer: Introduction 10:00 Martin Pjecha: The Táborites in Christian apocalypticism 10:35 Adéla Klinerová: Reception of French Early Modern Architecture within 19th-Century Historicism in the Czech Lands and Central Europe 11:05 Break 11:20 Dan Cîrjan: Regulating Citizenship through Debt in 1920s Romania 12:05 Florence Vychytil-Baudoux: Studying Polonia from a transnational perspective: reconciling unity and diversity 12:40 Lunch break 14:00 Julien Wacquez: The Implementation of … Continue reading Concluding seminar 2017/2018

Assessing 1968: Intertwining Experiences from Paris, Prague and Berlin

Venue: Maison de l’Europe, Jungmannova 24, 110 00 Prague 1 Time: 5-8:30 PM Organizers: CEFRES and IFP Partners: Centre Marc Bloch, Institut français de Berlin et Université Paris Nanterre, avec le soutien de l’Institut français de Paris Language: Czech and French (with simultaneous interpretation) This discussion on the memory of 1968 on the basis of the 2018 commemorations … Continue reading Assessing 1968: Intertwining Experiences from Paris, Prague and Berlin

Michael Werner: Music as a Universal Form of Art?

Music as a Universal Form of Art ? Internationalization of Musical Life and Forming of National Identity in 19th Century Europe A lecture by Michael Werner (CNRS-EHESS) on the occasion of the workshop When All Roads Led to Paris. When & Where: from 6 pm to 7:30 pm, French Institute in Prague, Štěpánská 35, Prague 1, 5th floor Language: … Continue reading Michael Werner: Music as a Universal Form of Art?

When All Roads Led to Paris. Artistic Exchanges Between France and Central Europe in the 19th Century

Workshop Organizers: Kristýna Hochmuth (ÚDU FF UK, NG) and Adéla Klinerová (ÚDU FF UK, EPHE, CEFRES) Partners: CEFRES, ÚDU FF UK, ÚDU AV ČR, NG When & Where: 26-27 June 2018, AV ČR, Národní 3, Prague 1 Languages: French and English This workshop, organized by CEFRES, the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences (ÚDU AV ČR), the National … Continue reading When All Roads Led to Paris. Artistic Exchanges Between France and Central Europe in the 19th Century

Voltaire Between the Rhine and the Danube (18th-19th Centuries)

Voltaire Days Partners: CELLF, CEFRES, Voltaire Foundation (Oxford), Balassi Institute in Paris, Université d’Amiens Picardie Venue: Amphithéâtre Michelet, 1 rue Victor Cousin, Paris Dates: 22-23 juin 2018 Organizer: Guillaume MÉTAYER (CELLF) Language: French Program Friday 22 June 9:00 Christophe MARTIN (director of CELLF) and Guillaume MÉTAYER (CELLF): Welcome Panel I: Voltaire and the German Lands Chair: Sylvain … Continue reading Voltaire Between the Rhine and the Danube (18th-19th Centuries)