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Archive 2010

For a better and deeper understanding of the interdependent recent history of (the center of) Europe, the Visegrad Fund offers 10 research fellowship grants annually in the OSA Archivum at Central European University, Budapest on a competitive basis to support scholars who wish to conduct research in the holdings of OSA, and whose current research projects are relevant to the holdings and the given research priorities of the Fund and the Archivum.

The grants of 2.000 euro, are designed to provide access to the Archives for scholars, artists and journalists cover travel to and from Budapest, modest subsistence, and accommodation in Budapest for a maximum research period of two months.

Fellows are free to work on the project of their choice, however, in the academic year of 2010-2011, applicants with one of the following topics might enjoy advantage over other applicants:

  1. Representations and interpretations of World War II and/or subsequent wars in Europe;
  2. The complicated relationship between historiogrphy/history writing and propaganda.

Successful candidates are expected to work on their projects, give a presentation at the Central European University within the framework of the Visegrad Fund Fellow Lecture Series, and produce a final grant report (in text or in audio-visual format) in English, which will be posted on the OSA/Visegrad Fund website.

Applicants, preferably but not exclusively, from a V4 country, may be researchers, students after their first degree carrying out research, or artists, journalists, academics, or others who have already started their project that is relevant for the holdings at OSA.

In January 2011 the Visegrad Scholarship Grants at OSA were awarded to

  • Kata BOHUS (Hungary) for "Israel’s influence on the situation of Central-European Jews"
    Final report
  • Arsene SAPAROV (Republic of Armenia) for "The Role of Autonomy in the Post-Soviet Conflicts"
    Final report
  • Dusan SEGES (Slovak Republic) for "The Iron Curtain wasn't soundproof: the Council of Free Czechoslovakia and the RFE broadcast (1949-1967)"
    Final report
  • Marina ZAVACKA (Slovak Republic) for "Paradise at the Roots: Internal political and social history of the Slovak Communist Party in 1948-1956"
    Final report

In October 2010 the Visegrad Scholarship Grants at OSA were awarded to

  • Armen GRIGORYAN (Republic of Armenia) for "(Interpretations of the Causes of World War II)"
    Final report
  • Eszter HAJDU (Hungary) for "The Relationship between Jews and the Majority Nation as Depicted in Documentaries of the (Former) Socialist Countries"
    Final report
  • Michal KOPECEK (Czech Republic)  for "Democracy,Identity and the 'Legacy of Dissidence' in East Central Europe 1975 - 2004"
    Final report
  • Pawel SOWINSKI (Poland) for "Accelerating Peaceful Revolution. Polish Samizdat and Western Broadcasting"
    Final report

On the reserve list are

  • Julia SZEKELY (Hungary) for "The Practice of Erecting Public Monuments as a Form of History Writing. Construction of History During the Socialist and Post-Socialist Era in Budapest".
  • Emanuel COPILAS (Romania) for "Romanian international orientation during the communist regime (1948–1989)".

In July 2010 the Visegrad Scholarship Grants at OSA were awarded to

  • Anna MAZURKIEWICZ (Poland) for "The Cold War Victims or Weapons? The story of the Assembly of Captive European Nations".
    Final report
  • Helena ZAJICOVA (Czech Republic) for "Faces of Memory – Cultures of Remembrance and Documentary Filmmaking in Central and Eastern Europe".
    Final report
  • Bela NOVE (Hungary) for "Righteous of the Region" A Comparative Study of Refugee Crises in East-Central Europe 1939–1989.
    Final report

On the reserve list are

  • Julia SZEKELY (Hungary) for "The Practice of Erecting Public Monuments as a Form of History Writing. Construction of History During the Socialist and Post-Socialist Era in Budapest".
  • Emanuel COPILAS (Romania) for "Romanian international orientation during the communist regime (1948–1989)".
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