East European Literary Magazines 1945–2004 in Poland and Lithuania

2nd online lecture

19 December 2022 at 1:00 PM (CET)

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The second online lecture will be prepared by the University of Bielsko—Biala and The Directorates of Vilnius Memorial Museums—Venclova House Museum. It will highlight the situation of the East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004 in Poland and Lithuania.

More information: Litmag-online-lecture-2.pdf

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East European Literary Magazines 1945–2004 in Hungary and the German Democratic Republic

3rd online lecture

March 2023

The third online lecture will be prepared by the University of Pécs and the University of Salzburg. It will highlight the situation of the East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004 in Hungary and the German Democratic Republic.

East European Literary Magazines 1945–2004 in Slovenia and Italy

1st online lecture

was held on October 17, 2022, at 11.00 AM.

The first online lecture was prepared by the National Museum of Contemporary History, Science and Research Centre Koper and the University of Trieste. It highlighted the situation of the East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004 in Slovenia and Italy.

Topics and speakers:

1. Looking for Opposition and Different Kinds of Thinking: Nova revija

Speaker: dr. Marko Štepec, Museum Councillor at the National Museum of Contemporary History

2. A Case of Mladina—How the Magazine Won Freedom of Speech through Its Writing even under the Communist Regime

Speaker: doc. dr. Bernard Nežmah, sociologist, columnist and professor at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

3. Bridge over Troubled Water

Speaker: Alenka Puhar, Slovenian translator, journalist, human rights activist, and expert in psychohistory

4. Cross–cultural Interventions: La battana, (Zaliv and Most)

Speaker: dr. Sergia Adamo, Professor at University of Trieste

More information: Litmag-online-lecture-1.pdf

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Register for 2nd online lecture East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004 in Poland and Lithuania / 19 December 2022 at 1:00 PM (CET)

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