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Conference: “Ideas in Agora: From Minority Studies to Population Politics in 1930s – 1940s Romania” – at the Filipescu-Cesianu House

Tuesday, July 3rd 2018. 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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The Bucharest Municipality Museum cordially invites you to attend the conference “Ideas in Agora: From Minorities Studies to Population Politics in 1930s – 1940s Romania” by Viorel Achim, on Tuesday, July 3rd 2018, 6:00 PM, at the Filipescu-Cesianu House. Host: Sorin Antohi.


Ticket price: 10 lei. The ticket also grants access to visit the Filipescu-Cesianu House for a period of 30 days. 

Ideas in Agora

A program dedicated to the analysis of public spirit, organized by the Bucharest Municipality Museum in partnership with Orbis Tertius/ The Third World Association which is offering the content. The meetings take place in various formats (conferences, colloquies, seminars, public debates etc.) and encourage dialogues on trends, movements, famous people, views of the world, theories and ideologies that agree, resonate or oppose each other. The discussions are live streamed and then archived, offering a starting point for later digital and printed materials: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv5R2xEgA_M5nzwIUGl8kcQ

Public and academic intellectuals, politicians, businessmen, students, the entire educated public is therefore coming together in an endeavor to understand the world in which we live in, through the only means possible: critical debate of ideas.

About Sorin Antohi

Sorin Antohi (born 1957) is a historian of ideas, essay writer and translator. He studied English, French (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iași) and History (EHESS, Paris). He was a teacher at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Bucharest University; Central Europen University, Budapest – where he was also academic pro-chancellor, head of department, founding director of Pasts, Inc. Center for Historical Studies; he did research, among others, at institutes of advanced studies (Stanford, Berlin, Essen, Vienna). He coordinated projects, research networks, book collections; was part of the management of institutions, professional entities (among others, a member of the Historical Sciences International Committee office), publications, foundations; (co)organized conferences, seminars, summers schools. He conferred and talked in more than thirty countries, published five of his own books (one in Paris), six discussions (with: Adrian Marino, Mihai Șora, Alexandru Zub, Moshe Idel, Virgil Nemoianu, Cioran and Luca Pițu), coordinated seven books (some in collaboration), authored six translations from French and English (together with Mona Antohi) as well as smaller texts.