Since the 1990s, several political movements qualified as “populist” have emerged in Central and Eastern Europe, drawing the attention of political scientists. If we want to understand why these movements exercise such attraction and why they are so relentless in this space, it is necessary to cross the study of current politics with the analysis of long term developments. Indeed, since the 19th century, Central and Eastern Europe has known several movements and political parties that have called themselves or have been labelled as “populist”. In this sense, the long-term approach allows considering the similarities and the differences, according to different contexts and periods, and identifying the reasons and the mechanisms of action of these movements. At last, this historical approach helps to consider the specificity - if there is any specificity - of these movements in Central and Eastern Europe and to evaluate their impact on political cultures of the region.
Narratives – Spaces – Concepts. A 100 years since the Event
During the conference, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the events in Russia, we would like to consider individual layers of reception, commemoration, and performance of revolutionary thoughts, images, and practices in the area of the Central and Eastern Europe.
Ce séminaire se propose d’interroger la contemporanéité des problématiques soulevées par les avant-gardes, et ce dans tout l’espace post-communiste et dans tous les domaines artistiques.
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture Journal, special issue, December 2017
This volume is intended for both scholars and a general readership interested in contemporary aspects of post-communist literatures from East-Central Europe which witness a special relation between History, Memory and reshaped identity (be it personal or collective). Papers are invited to analyze strategies of remembering communism in different types of discourse, from autobiographical recollections to collective representations which re-define the post-traumatic status of the Eastern intellectuals in relation to the "rediscovered" West and their transition dilemmas.
Comment l'archéologie permet-elle d'écrire l'histoire ? En quoi les fouilles et l'étude des artefacts continuent-ils à renouveler la connaissance des historiens ? Après un cycle consacré à l'Égypte, la Bibliothèque nationale de France met à l'honneur la Grèce ancienne, à travers des présentations de recherches et de fouilles françaises en cours.
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