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ДОРОГИЕ ДРУЗЬЯ, ЕЩЕ РАЗ ПОЗДРАВЛЯЮ ВАС С НОВОГОДНИМИ И РОЖДЕСТВЕНСКИМИ ПРАЗДНИКАМИ. ЖЕЛАЮ ВАМ В НОВОМ ГОДУ УСПЕХОВ ВО ВСЕМ И ГЛАВНОЕ — СЧАСТЬЯ!

ПРОЩАЮСЬ С ВАМИ ДО СЕРЕДИНЫ ЯНВАРЯ

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Москва, 28 декабря 2010 г.

Уважаемые коллеги,

позвольте привлечь Ваше внимание к тому, что срок подачи заявок на участие в семинаре в Центрально-Европейском университете 7-11 февраля 2011 года (см. ниже) продлен до 3 января 2011. Проезд в Будапешт (самолет, визы) и проживание в Будапеште оплачиваются организаторами. Вся информацияна сайте CEU (Central European University), в разделе Curriculum Resource Centre.

Для участия нужно представить в Curriculum Resource Centre.в электронном виде statements of interest and data about your field of research and teaching interests (на английском языке). Желательно приложить краткую автобиографию. Можно приложить иные документы (рекомендательное письмо, проект курса, программа курса, который уже читается и пр.).

Просьба распространить эту информацию на Ваших факультетах и среди коллег, кому этот проект может быть интересен.

М.В. Дмитриев (МГУ/CEU), академический руководитель семинара.

CEU, Curriculum Resource Centre Winter 2011 session, History

Debatable Problems of Eastern European History - II
Revolutionary Movement and Socialism in Eastern Europe in the 19 th- 20 th Centuries
February 7-11, 2011

(deadline for applications: 12th December, 2010, extended till January 3, 2011)

The Curriculum Resource Centre and the CEU History Department offers academic training for university teachers working in the field of the history of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The CRC session aims to assist them to revise and develop innovative, academically relevant courses that are non-ideological, comparative and preferably multidisciplinary, combining tools of historical, sociological and anthropological studies. It will foster a consistently critical approach to the present day theories and representations of the topics. Courses should deal with one of the following topics:

  • Revolutionary movements in Eastern Europe: social and national, utopian and pragmatic, destructive and constructive aspects, 1848-1918

  • The Russian Revolution and its impact on Europe: recent debates

  • "Real" socialism in 20 th century Eastern Europe: pros and cons

 Note: Applicants are expected to send statements of interest and data about their field of research and teaching interests.


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