1902, 2020

History of Communism in Europe Open Call for Papers for vol. 11/2020 (editors: Dalia BATHORY, Ștefan BOSOMITU, Luciana JINGA)

19 February 2020|General Public, Periodicals, Publications|

Transnational Biographies. Destinies at the Crossroads throughout the XX Century Ravaged by two World Wars, consumed by totalitarian ideologies and regimes, and frozen for almost fifty years within a geopolitical tension between two worldwide military blocks, the XX century was the scene of fluctuating borders and volatile existences. Forged on the ruins of the former empires, nations were subsequently dismantled by wars, and (eventually) built again. Individuals were born in one country, lived their lives in another, and died in yet another one, sometimes even without ever leaving their hometown. Far more impressive is the phenomenon of cross border migration [...]

612, 2017

The seventh volume of the IICCMER scientific journal in English was published

6 December 2017|Carousel news, General Public, Periodicals, Press releases, Publications|

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) released the latest issue of the IICCMER academic journal History of Communism in Europe, vol. 7/ 2016, at Zeta Books Publishing House, on the topic The (R)evolutionary Maze. Communist Parties in Europe. Communism played a very important role on the 20th century European political and cultural stage, both as ideology and as an authoritarian/totalitarian state system. Communist parties all over Europe were called to lead the way in the fight for a revolutionary, equalitarian, utopic society, under the guidance of the III Communist International (founded [...]

2712, 2016

History of Communism in Europe, no. 8/ 2017: The Other Half of Communism: Women’s Outlook

27 December 2016|Carousel news, General Public, Periodicals, Press releases, Publications|

This call for papers seeks contributors for the eighth issue of the scientific journal History of Communism in Europe, no. 8/2017: The Other Half of Communism: Women's Outlook on the gendered histories of European communisms. This issue looks to include the most recent scholarship on women and their intricate relations with the Communist parties in Europe, during the XX century. While including the valuable scholarship on “exceptional” personalities such as Alexandra Kollontai, Inessa Armand or Dolores Ibarruri, this issue aims to explore the voices of women that by political choice or simply historical tournaments found themselves as both objects and [...]

2109, 2016

The sixth volume of History of Communism in Europe was released

21 September 2016|Carousel news, Doctoral students, General Public, Master, Middle School, Periodicals, Publications, School students, Teachers|

Zeta Books Publishing House released the latest issue of the IICCMER academic journal History of Communism in Europe, vol. 6/ 2015, on the topic (Dis)Embedding. The Institutionalization of the Social Memory of Totalitarian Pasts: Practices, Politics, Arts. 20th century Europe faced several forms of authoritarian or even totalitarian regimes. 21st century Europe aims at building democratic societies and at learning from the struggles of the past, an endeavor that implies, on one hand, a close and honest look at history and a careful work in institutionalizing the various collective memories of the European communities, on the other. The question of [...]

2801, 2016

Call for papers: Post-soviet transitional justice processes. A pluridisciplinary approach (working title)

28 January 2016|Carousel news, General Public, Publications|

For the past quarter of a century, the ex-soviet and ex-socialist states have implemented various public policies in order to manage the collective trauma left behind by the communist regimes. Most countries tried to create a legal framework capable of sustaining a transitional justice process, a process viewed by the legislator as a way of realigning the coordinates of normality in a democratic society. How were the goals of transitional justice achieved or how was this process derailed represent questions needing pluridisciplinary answers from jurists, historians and sociologists or anthropologists. In this volume we aim to englobe three different approaches [...]

1801, 2016

Call for papers: History of Communism in Europe, no. 7 / 2016

18 January 2016|Carousel news, General Public, Publications|

Open call for papers for the seventh issue of the scientific journal History of Communism in Europe, no. 7/2016: The (R) evolutionary Maze. Communist Parties in Europe. The topic of the forthcoming issue of the scientific journal History of Communism in Europe is The (R) evolutionary Maze. Communist Parties in Europe. Communism played a very important role on the 20th century European political and cultural stage, both as ideology and as an authoritarian/totalitarian state system. Communist parties all over Europe were called to lead the way in the fight for a revolutionary, equalitarian, utopic society, under the guidance of the [...]

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