20 years after… / 24 noiembrie / Institutul Cultural Roman

An international symposium organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute. The Czech Republic will be represented by Prof. Jan Rychlik.

JAN RYCHLIK was born 1954 in Prague. He graduated in history and ethnology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, in Prague in 1979 and obtained PhD in ethnology and folklore at the St. Kliment Ohridski University in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1985. In 1998 he obtained the doctorate of science (DrSc) in history in the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Jan Rychlik is currently Professor of modern Czech and Slovak history at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University in Prague and Professor of modern European history at St. Cyril and Methodius University in Trnava, Slovakia. Simultaneously he is working at the Masaryk Institute and Archives of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague.

Reviewing the chronology of events that took place in the East-Central European countries in 1989 should make one not only remember (or, rather: not to forget), but also think back critically to the political and social transformations we experienced. It should mean evaluating where we started from, where we stand now, and where are we heading to.
By listening to prominent actors of events reminisce after two decades, what is their personal view regarding the consequences of their actions, in what way do they reflect on them, we hope to get new and interesting insights in our recent histories.
The symposium will also try to discuss what made the events that took place in 1989 so unique in history? What are the specific features of the overturn of the systems in different countries both in terms of the actual events and their premises? In what way did these features affect the political systems instituted afterwards, which was the nature and impact of change in only a couple of months? How strong were the underground movements in different Central and Eastern European countries, and how did they eventually led to the rehabilitation of a multiparty system?
Main actors in 1989, journalists, political scientists, historians, sociologists from Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Romania will be invited to share their thoughts and experiences about the radical transformations that took place two decades ago. The symposium will be paired with a photo exposition in homage to the 1989 events.
© ICR, Szentannai Agota, Oana-Valentina Suciu

 

ARTMAP

Mon. 23/10, Original Copy / DM → Mon. 23/10, Bucharest
Tue. 24/10, Istoria filmului european în GIF-uri → Thu. 26/10, Bucharest
Thu. 26/10, Made in CZ / Found in RO → Fri. 03/11, Bucharest
Thu. 26/10, Arhiva Cineclubului Stud-Film → Thu. 26/10, Bucharest
Thu. 26/10, Festival de Film Rus 2017 → Sun. 29/10, Bucharest
Thu. 26/10, Psycho (r. Iris Spiridon) / 26 oct → Thu. 26/10, Bucharest
Mon. 30/10, Slam Poetry → Mon. 30/10, Bucharest
Wed. 01/11, UrbanEye Film Festival 2017 → Sun. 05/11, Bucharest
Thu. 09/11, Róbert Köteles Solo Show → Sun. 14/01, Bucharest
Thu. 16/11, Chrysta Bell live in Control → Thu. 16/11, Bucharest
Fri. 17/11, ArchiTECHture Conference&Expo 17 noiembrie → Fri. 17/11, Cluj-Napoca
Sat. 25/11, Black Lips live in Control → Sat. 25/11, Bucharest

You can still see

Fri. 04/08, Cinema în aer liber la OCC → Sun. 29/10, Bucharest
Thu. 21/09, Expoziţie "Hacia el mar" / "Spre mare", de Clara Durán → Sat. 28/10, Bucharest
Mon. 25/09, LdaVi Call for VR Worldbuilding Lab → Tue. 05/12, Bucharest
Sat. 30/09, Dorian – spectacol de dans contemporan → Mon. 23/10, Bucharest
Fri. 06/10, Petanqfuck → Fri. 17/11, Cluj-Napoca
Mon. 16/10, AFF 2017Tmrw at 23:00, Sibiu
Mon. 16/10, The Power of Storytelling: The FestivalTmrw at 23:59, Bucharest
Wed. 18/10, Dracula Film Festival, ediția a V-aTmrw at 23:00, Brasov