'Hidden Galleries' European Research Council Project

Creative Agency and Religious Minorities: ‘Hidden Galleries’ in the Secret Police Archives in 20th Century Central and Eastern Europe. This comparative research project, which will run for four years, explores the presence of material religion in the secret police archives in Romania, Hungary and Moldova. The project offers a perspectival shift on the value and uses of the secret police archives away from questions of justice and truth to questions of creative agency and cultural patrimony.

NEW Dr. James Kapalo introduces the conceptual and methodological framework for the project at Central European University, Budapest.

Hidden Galleries Project Team Nov 2016 

Project Team Profiles:

Dr. James Kapalo, Hidden Galleries ERC Project PI, Senior Lecturer, Room 2.19, O' Rahilly Building, Study of Religions, UCC. T: +353-21-490-3773 E: J.Kapalo@ucc.ie

Dr. Kinga Povedák, Postdoctoral Researcher, Room 2.20, O' Rahilly Building, UCC. E: kinga.povedak@ucc.ie

Siobhán O' Brien, Project Administrator, Room 2.20, O' Rahilly Building, UCC. T: +353-21-490-3083 E: siobhanobrien@ucc.ie

Iuliana Cindrea, PhD Candidate, Room 2.20, O' Rahilly Building, UCC. 

Dumitru Lisnic, PhD Candidate, Room 2.20, O' Rahilly Building, UCC.

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme No . 677355 

Please see here for further information on the Hidden Galleries Launch and Workshop on November 3rd - 4th 2016

 

 

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