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Worker Photography in Museums: History and Politics of a Cultural Heritage in East-Central Europe

International Workshop  Date & Venue: 26th -27th February 2020, Prague Organizers: Institute of Art History (CAS) & CEFRES In partnership with: Institute of Contemporary History (CAS), Université Paris-Nanterre Language: English This international workshop examines the legacy of worker photography as museum object, cultural heritage and history in East-Central Europe from 1945 until today. How was … Continue reading Worker Photography in Museums: History and Politics of a Cultural Heritage in East-Central Europe

CEFRES review of books – December 2019

The new edition of CEFRES Review of Books will take place on Thursday 12th June at 5 pm at CEFRES library. Join us for a discussion around the latest publications in humanities and social sciences from France. This informal meeting gathers CEFRES team, the library readers, and professionals from libraries and publishing. The aim of our Review of … Continue reading CEFRES review of books – December 2019

Postcolonial issues / decolonizing theory

Fifth session of IMS / CEFRES epistemological seminar of this semester led by: Vojtěch Šarše (FF UK / associated to CEFRES) Benedetta Zaccarello (CNRS / CEFRES) Topic: Postcolonial issues / decolonizing theory Where: CEFRES Library – Na Florenci 3, Prague 1 When: Wednesday 11 December 2019, from 4:30 pm to 6 pm Language: English Texts to be … Continue reading Postcolonial issues / decolonizing theory

BEYOND 1989. Hopes and Disillusions after Revolutions (A Global Approach)

BEYOND 1989. Hopes and Disillusions after Revolutions (A Global Approach) International Conference – Film Screening “Solidarnosc. La Chute du Mur commence en Pologne” (EN subtitles) Date: 6 & 7 December 2019 Venue: Prague (Charles University Karolinum, Faculty of Arts, French Institute) Organizers: French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences (CEFRES), Faculty of Arts of … Continue reading BEYOND 1989. Hopes and Disillusions after Revolutions (A Global Approach)