Romanian and Hungarian Studies Junior Scholar Conference
Georgian Room, IMU
Graduate history students Leah Valtin-Erwin and George Andrei are co-organizers (and presenters) of this international conference that features historical, anthropological, and other interdisciplinary research with a focus on Romania and Hungary, but reaching into various transnational areas, from the history of humanitarian intervention to migration and racism in Europe. In short, timely topics.
The keynote speaker is Professor Constantin Iordachi from Central European University, with the title “Fascist Reburials and ‘Regenerative’ Cleansing: Iron Guard’s Festival of the Dead in Romania (1940).”
For a full list of the panels, see https://www.facebook.com/events/605879459853067/ .
All sessions are free and open to the public.