Stanislav Holubec

Institution
PHD Charles University
Abteilung
Imre Kertesz Kolleg
Ort
Jena

Zuletzt veröffentlicht

08.06.2020
CFP: Imagining the future in Modern Central and Eastern Europe
Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences. Department for the Study of Modern Czech Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences.
Hradec Králové 22.10.2020 - 23.10.2020

23.05.2019
Konf: Communist manifesto: History, legacy, critique
Association for the Leftist Theory (SOK) with financial support by Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
Prague 07.06.2019 - 07.06.2019

09.09.2016
CFA: Book project „Historical Memory of Central and East European Communism”
Book project „Historical Memory of Central and East European Communism”
Warsaw / Prague 30.11.2016 - 30.11.2016

02.11.2015
Konf: Historical Memory of Central and East European Communism
Association for Leftist Theory SOK, Association for European Dialog (member of Transfrom network), Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
Prague 14.11.2015 - 15.11.2015

18.05.2015
CFP: Historical Memory of Central European Communism
SOK - Association for the Leftist Theory, Prague, supported by Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Warsaw
Prague 14.11.2015 - 14.11.2015

10.05.2015
Konf: Into The Open. 1990 – The First Year Of Transition. Imre Kertész Kolleg Annual Conference
Imre Kertész Kolleg, Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena
Jena 11.06.2015 - 12.06.2015

20.07.2014
CFP: Popular Culture in East-Central Europe before WWI
Centre for the Study of Popular Culture and Department of Czech and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
Prague 24.10.2014 - 24.10.2014

10.10.2013
Konf: "Listening to the Wind of Change" Popular Culture and Post-Socialist Societies in East-Central Europe
Centre for the Study of Popular Culture and Department of Czech and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
Prague 17.10.2013 - 19.10.2013

20.02.2013
CFP: “Listening to the Wind of Change”: Popular Culture and Post-Socialist Societies in East-Central Europe
The Centre for the Study of Popular Culture and The Department of Czech and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Arts, Charles University; The Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb; The Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences; The Institute of Western and Southern Slavonic Studies, University of Warsaw
Prague 18.10.2013 - 19.10.2013