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Saturday, December 5, 2009

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Instytut Badań Interdyscyplinarnych „Artes Liberales”Uniwersytet Warszawski

Collegium Budapest
Institute for Advanced Study


GNÔTHI SEAUTON! – CLASSICS AND COMMUNISM
THE HISTORY OF THE STUDIES ON ANTIQUITY IN THE CONTEXT
OF THE LOCAL CLASSICAL TRADITION
SOCIALIST COUNTRIES 1944/45-1989/90


Fritz Thyssen Stiftung




Saturday, December 5, 2009

Session I presided by prof. Jerzy Axer, IBI AL UW
(IBI AL Conference Hall, Nowy Świat 69, 4 floor)

14:00-14:10 Prof. J. Axer: Antiquity, Communism, Nazizm – Witnessed by Tadeusz Zieliński.

14:10-14:50 Prof. J. Axer, Dr Jan Ciechanowski, Warsaw Case Example. Archival Material from The Institute of National Memory (IPN) concerning Prof. Kazimierz F. Kumaniecki (UW).
Classical Aspects of the City of Warsaw: a commentary to the presentation of photographs by Marek Ostrowski on behalf of the Museum of Polish History (Muzeum Historii Polski)

14:50-15:05 Prof. Alicja Szastyńska-Siemion (Wrocław): Communist Policy towards Classics in Western “Recovered Lands”.

15:05-15:20 Tea/coffee break sponsored by the Muzeum Historii Polski

15:20-15:30 Dr. Elżbieta Olechowska: Interviews with Witnesses

15:30-17:00 General Discussion of the Research Model of the Project.

19:00 Dinner sponsored by the Muzeum Historii Polski


Sunday, December 6, 2009

Session II presided by Professor Gábor Klaniczay, Collegium Budapest
(IBI AL Conference Hall, Nowy Świat 69, 4 floor)

10:00-10:20 Prof. G. Klaniczay: The Fate of Humanities in Hungary during State Socialism – An Introduction

10:20-11:00 Prof. György Karsai and Dr. Péter. Hajdu: Classical Philology in Hungary under Communism. Research Agenda

11:00-11:30 General discussion

11:30-11:45 Tea/coffee break sponsored by MHP

11:45-12:10 The Case of Romania: Dr. Christian Gaşpar, followed by a 10-minute discussion

12:10-12:35 Classical Heritage and Classical Education in Bulgaria. Reasons for Developing Classical Studies in the Last 150 years: Prof. Nikolai Gochev, followed by a 10-minute discussion

12:35-13:00 The Case of Slovenia: Dr. David Movrin, followed by a 10-minute discussion

13:00-14:00 Lunch sponsored by MHP

Session III presided by Professor György Karsai, Collegium Budapest

14:00-14:25 The Case of Yugoslavia: Prof. Milena Jovanovic, followed by a 10-minute discussion

14:25-14:50 The Case of Lithuania: Dr. Nijolé Juchneviciene, followed by a 10-minute discussion

14:50-15:15 Poetics and Politics: Translating Classics in Soviet Russia: Dr. Olga Budaragina, followed by a 10-minute discussion

15:15-15:30 Tea/coffee break sponsored by MHP

15:30-15:55 Classical Philology in the German Democratic Republic: Prof. Jürgen Dummer, followed by a 10-minute discussion

15:55-16:20 Jan Patočka and Classical Scholarship in Czechoslovakia: Prof. Josef Moural, followed by a 10-minute discussion

16:20-17:00 General discussion and conclusions

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