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Upcoming Events

 

 

Institute of History, Jagiellonian University
Department of Polish Modern History

together with

Studies in Central and Eastern Europe:
Histories, Cultures and Societies

are delighted to invite for open lecture

Language situation and multilingual practices at the University of Lemberg in the 19th century

by
Stefaniya Ptashnyk
(Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)

Date: May 21, 2019 (Tuesday), 16:45
Venue: Collegium Novum, room 56 (second floor)

 

Moderator: Kamil Ruszała

 

Past Events

Institute of History, Jagiellonian University

Department of Polish Modern History

together with

Studies in Central and Eastern Europe:
Histories, Cultures and Societies

are delighted to invite for open lecture

Habsburg Art Museums and Their Publics:
Visitors, Societies and the Press

by
Markian Prokopovych 
(Durham University)

Date: 24th April 2019 (Wednesday), 16:45
Venue: św. Anny 6, room 101 (first floor)


Museums in Austria-Hungary were an integral part of the public sphere in the late nineteenth century. Despite their declared commitment towards reaching out to the broader public, however, they remained popular only with some segments of the population. As the originally private collections opened themselves up to the wider public, they only gradually embraced the middle and lower middle classes. At the same time, due to a number of broader changes in Habsburg societies, the museum public was also changing. What was originally a small cohort of distinguished amateurs gradually became more heterogeneous, with distinct groups of professionals, patrons, intellectuals and socialites, and the aspiring lower classes, which were further differentiated by age, gender and supposed nationality. These publics visited differently and had different expectations from museums. Relying on examples primarily from Vienna, Budapest, Prague and Cracow, this lecture aims to explore these public and to understand their nature, composition and behaviour within the changing nature of the public sphere and to assess the limitations of the museums’ ability to reach out to the local public.

 


Markian Prokopovych (PhD, 2005; Habilitation, 2012) is Assistant Professor in Modern European Cultural History at Durham University in the UK. He specialises in the history of Eastern and Central Europe in the long nineteenth century, in particular, cities and urban cultures, including architecture, museums, music, migration and the press. He is the author of Habsburg Lemberg: Architecture, Public Space and Politics in the Galician Capital, 1772-1914 (2008) and In the Public Eye: The Budapest Opera House, the Audience and the Press, 1884-1918 (2014). He has had fellowships, lectureships and guest professorships in Oxford, Berlin, Frankfurt an der Oder, Budapest, Florence, Vienna and Birmingham. He is currently completing two co-authored monographs on the history of museums of fine arts, technology and design in the Habsburg Empire.

 

 

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Instytut Historii Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego

Studies in Central and Eastern Europe: Histories, Cultures and Societies UJ

 

kindly invite for a public lecture delivered by 

 

dr. Ewa Callahan 

 

(Associate Professor of Interactive Media and Design 

Co-Chairs of Interactive Media and Design, Quinnipiac University)

 

on

 

Nuremberg trials in Film

 

April, 25, 2019, 5 pm

Department of Cultural History and Historiacal Education,  Room No. 101

 

Chair: dr hab. Tomasz Pudłocki

 

 

 

 

 

Ogłoszenie prof. Pudłockiego / Prof. Pudłocki's announcement

 

Niniejszym przypominam, że w sesji zimowej poprawkowej egzaminuję w następujących terminach:

 

19 II (wtorek)

o godz. 11:30 – Totalitarian Ideologies and 20th Century Political Systems

o godz. 12:15 – Religions in Central Eastern Europe – Historical and Anthropological Perspectives

o godz. 13:00 – The Great Departure - Central Europeans and the US: politics, culture and everyday life

 

Egzaminy odbywają się w sali nr 101 (Zakład Historii Kulutyr i Edukacji Historycznej), ul. św. Anny 6.

Dyżur w sesji odbędę 19 lutego w godz. 14:30–16:00

 

 

Would like to remind you that during the Winter resit session exams are as follow:

19 II (Tuesday)

11:30 – Totalitarian Ideologies and 20th Century Political Systems

12:15 – Religions in Central Eastern Europe – Historical and Anthropological Perspectives

1:00 – The Great Departure - Central Europeans and the US: politics, culture and everyday life

 

Exams are organized in room 101, 6 St. Anne (Department of History of Culture and Education).

Duty hours during resist session: Feb. 19 (2:30-4:00)

 

 

 

 

 

Niniejszym przypominam, że w sesji zimowej egzaminuję w następujących terminach:

 

28 I (poniedziałek)

o godz. 12:00 – The Great Departure - Central Europeans and the US: politics, culture and everyday life

o godz. 13:00 – Totalitarian Ideologies and 20th Century Political Systems

 

29 I (wtorek)

o godz. 9:00 – Religions in Central Eastern Europe – Historical and Anthropological Perspectives

 

Egzaminy odbywają się w sali nr 101 (Zakład Historii Kulutyr i Edukacji Historycznej), ul. św. Anny 6.

 

Dyżur w sesji odbędę 29 stycznia w godz. 10:00–11:30 oraz 5 lutego w godz. 11:00–12:30

 

 

Would like to remind you that during the Winter session exams are as follow:

 

Jan. 28 (Monday)

12:00 – The Great Departure - Central Europeans and the US: politics, culture and everyday life

1:00 p.m. – Totalitarian Ideologies and 20th Century Political Systems

 

Jan. 29 (Tuesday)

9:00 a.m. – Religions in Central Eastern Europe – Historical and Anthropological Perspectives

 

 

Exams are organized in room 101, 6 St. Anne (Department of History of Culture and Education).

 

Duty hours during session: Jan. 29 (10:00-11:30) and Febr. 5 (11:00-12:30)

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                Tomasz Pudłocki