The MEWEB network organizes an online workshop on January 14th/15th, 2021. The recorded presentations will be available to registered workshop participiants beginning January 11.
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The workshop examines the emergence and the circulation of European ideas between the Eastern and Western Bloc during the Cold War. The contributions discuss the official and unofficial channels and infrastructures through which ideas were communicated across hard borders. They focus the specific media technologies and the role of individuals that enabled the formation and exchange of new ideas across the Iron Curtain.
Thomas Wegener Friis, Creating an Alternative Public. Socialist Media and its Followers during the Cold War
Hedwig Wagner, East-West European Orbital Encounters
Tobias Nanz, European Crisis Communication. British and French Hotlines to Moscow
The Third Man (BBC Radio Drama, 1951)
Discussion The Third Man
Joanna Nowicki, "A Quarter with Jacek Kaczmarski" in Radio Free Europe – a Voice Impossible to Scramble
Luciana Radut-Gaghi, RFE: The Tones of Democracy and the Voices of Exiles
Matthias Bauer/Iulia Patrut, Speaking out and Ceasing: The Case of Romanian Writer Petru Dumitriu
Combined Presentation: Building an Ideological Field of Borders and Connections in the Cold War Media. The Case of Romanian Radio
Dana Popescu-Jourdy, The Chernobyl Catastrophe in 1986
Camelia Beciu, The Devastating Earthquake of March 4, 1977 in Romania
Lizaveta Dubinka-Hushcha, Cold War Artefacts in Post-Soviet Belarus
Joanna Walewska-Choptiany, Cold War Radio. Communication Between Polish Radio and Radio Free Europe
Anna Mazurkiewicz/Anna Podciborska, Finding the "hidden listener"
MEWEB Progress, Conclusion
The MEWEB Network organized two workshops in Bucharest (September 9th/10th, 2019) and Budapest (December 9th/10th, 2019). An online-workshop took place in March 2020.