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Periodicals beyond Hierarchies: Challenging Geopolitical and Social “Centers” and “Peripheries” through the Press
Call for Papers 10th International ESPRit Conference
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10/01/2022

10th International ESPRit Conference 

For the first time in East-Central Europe, the European Society for Periodical Research (ESPRit) convenes its 2022 (10th) international conference in Budapest, Hungary, to focus on the following theme: Periodicals beyond Hierarchies: Challenging Geopolitical and Social “Centers” and “Peripheries” through the Press.

Time and venue: 8–9 September 2022, Museum of Fine Arts – Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI) – Artpool Art Research Center, Budapest, Hungary.

 

 

ESPRit Postgraduate Workshop on Periodical Studies

In conjunction with the conference, a hybrid postgraduate workshop will be held on 7 September 2022. ESPRit are looking for applications from graduate students working on any topic with regard to periodicals from any historical period, geographical origin, and cultural context. The workshop is open to postgraduate students working in any discipline in the humanities and social sciences and using any methodology or approach. Priority will be given to advanced doctoral students, but applications by graduate students at any stage of preparation of their dissertation will also be considered. Personalized feedback will be offered by a committee comprising ESPRit members and members of the Museum of Fine Arts – Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI) – Artpool Art Research Center and the Kassák Museum. Participants of the workshop will have their conference fee waived. Further funding for travel expenses and accommodation will be taken into consideration, upon request.

Time and venue: 7 September 2022, Museum of Fine Arts – Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI) – Artpool Art Research Center, Budapest, Hungary.

The hybrid event is co-organized with the European Society for Periodical Research (ESPRit) and Petőfi Literary Museum (PIM) – Kassák Museum.