The Rīga Conference - 2017 Live stream. Sept 29-30, 2017.
As a media partner for the 2017 Riga Conference, we are pleased to share with you a live stream of the event.
Make sure to tune in as NEE's editor in chief Adam Reichardt will be hosting two discussions during the conference:
- September 29 at 16.45 (15.45 CET): MODERN LEADERS: BREAKING OR MAKING TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS
- September 30 at 13.00 (12.00 CET): SOCIAL MEDIA AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS: WHO SPINS WHOM
To see the full agenda click here.
RIGA CONFERENCE LIVE STREAM
Please join us during the Lviv Book Forum on Sept 15 2017 at 13.00-13.45 for a discussion titled: From Berdychiv to the wider world. The identity of Joseph Conrad 160 years after his birth.
The meeting is held in conjunction with a special section in the newest issue of New Eastern Europe on Joseph Conrad.
Date: Sept 15 2017
Place: Blue Hall, Potocki Palace, Lviv, Ukraine (During the 2017 Lviv Book Forum).
For more info please visit: http://bookforum.ua/en/events/dzhozef-konrad-pohodzhennya-ta-osobystist/
Call for applications
Location: Bad Freienwalde/Berlin/Potsdam, Germany
Dates: 23rd – 27th October 2017 (22nd – arrival, 28th departure)
Call for applications is now open for the first International School titled: Poland and Central and Eastern Europe – 2017:
The school is dedicated to young historians, social scientists, journalists, social activists, popularizers of Polish and Central European history.
The School is open to people from Western and Eastern Europe, the United States, Canada, Israel, South Caucasus, Japan and China.
The language of instruction is English.
Each participant will be required to publish a text on a topic covered during the School (within 6 months following the School)
Age of the participants: under 40
Learn more and apply online at: http://www.kew.org.pl/the-first-international-school-poland-and-central-and-eastern-europe-2017/
Europe with a View to the Future is an international forum for European reflection. This year’s forum will be held on May 25-27 2017 at the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Russia: 100 years after the revolution. A return to imperial politics in Europe?
- Antiliberal counter-revolutions. How are they changing Europe?
- Collective memory – a space for conflict or dialogue?
- In what kind of Europe do we want to live? Europe 60 years after the signing of the Treaty of Rome?
Click here to see the full agenda: http://www.ecs.gda.pl/library/File/kultura/Europa%20z%20/EUROPA_EN.pdf
This year’s forum, the fifth Forum edition, will be dedicated to Leonidas Donskis (1962-2016) - Lithuanian philosopher, essayist, academic teacher and MEP who passed away in 2016. Donskis was a great friend of the European Solidarity Centre, editorial board member and author for New Eastern Europe. He actively worked for the Polish-Lithuanian dialogue and supported the development of young people from the Polish-Lithuanian border.
Learn more details at the event’s FB page at: https://www.facebook.com/events/356104308117285 and our website: http://www.ecs.gda.pl/title,Jezyk,pid,636,lang,2.html