Publications by Blinken OSA Staff
Felcher, Anastasia. “The 1990–92 Armed Conflict at the Dniester River: Continuous Memory Confrontation.” In Cultures of History Forum – Debating 20th-century History, Negotiating History and Memory in the Public Sphere, Section Politics of History: Laws, Policies and Government Programs Shape Historical Narratives, September 19, 2022.
Felcher, Anastasia. “Alexander Pushkin as Foreign Heritage: Transformation and Cultural Disintegration in post-Soviet Societies.” CAS Sofia Working Paper Series, no. 12, 1–24.
Felcher, Anastasia. “New Sites of Worship: Sovietization and Literary Museums in Western Borderlands, 1940-79.” In Transforming Author Museums, edited by Johan Schimanski, Ulrike Spring, and Thea Aarbakke, 199–228. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books.
Friedewald, Michael, Ivan Szekely, Murat Karaboga, Greta Runge, Frank Ebbers. Access to Archives: Implementation Report on Recommendation No. R(2000)13 on a European Policy on Access to Archives. Study for the Council of Europe, draft version, Karlsruhe: Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research.
Macrea-Toma, Ioana. “More than ‘Soul Catchers’: Understanding Eastern Europe through Audience and Opinion Surveys at Radio Free Europe during the Cold War.” Paper submitted to and accepted by the Journal of Cold War Studies (forthcoming in 2023)
Parnica, Robert. “Digital Curated Collections, Invisible Users and Archival Disintermediation.” ATLANTI International Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 31, no. 1 (2021): 139–154, https://journal.almamater.si/index.php/Atlanti/issue/view/36/PDF3101
Parnica, Robert. “Can Archives Feel? The Ethics of Storytelling in Archives: Some Ethical Considerations Concerning Description of the Emotional Archival Sources.” ATLANTI International Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice, forthcoming.
Rév, István. “Maya Nadkarni, Remains of Socialism: Memory and the Futures of the Past in Postsocialist Hungary.” Austrian History Yearbook 53, (May 2022): 274–275, https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/austrian-history-yearbook/article/maya-nadkarni-remains-of-socialism-memory-and-the-futures-of-the-past-in-postsocialist-hungary-ithaca-ny-cornell-university-press-2020-pp-234/9580F527AF0DCA06205B8647A2ADD9A3
Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko. “Travel, Space, and Belonging in Soviet Domestic Photo Collections of the Cold War Era.” In Cold War Camera, edited by Thy Phu, Erina Duganne, and Andrea Noble, 297–325. Duke University Press.
Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko. “Seeing in Focus: Snapshots of the Visual Turn.” Russian Review 81, no. 4 (2022): 617–620.
Sarkisova, Oksana. “À travers l’URSS avec une caméra : la construction de l’espace dans les premiers travelogues soviétiques.” In Ciné-expéditions: une zone de contact cinématographique, edited by Caroline Damiens, 73–93. Paris: AFRHC, 2022.
Sarkisova, Oksana. “Interview with Roman Bondarchuk,” KinoKultura, no. 75 (2022). https://www.kinokultura.com/2022/77UA_INT_bondarchuk.shtml
Sarkisova, Oksana. “Interview with Kateryna Gornostai,” KinoKultura no. 75 (2022). https://www.kinokultura.com/2022/77UA_INT_gornostai.shtml
Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko. In Visible Presence: Soviet Afterlives in Family Photos, MIT Press, forthcoming.
Szilágyi, Csaba, and Perica Jovchevski. "Critical Re-Archiving for Social Justice and Inclusive Memories of the Yugoslav Wars." In Memories of conflict and peace in Southeastern Europe, edited by Naum Trajanovski. Skopje: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, forthcoming.
Tóka, Gábor. "A 2022-es országgyűlési választások: adatok és meglepetések (The 2022 Parliamentary Elections: Data and Surprises)." in Társadalmi Riport 2022 (Social Report 2022), edited by Tamás Kolosi, Iván Szelényi, and István György Tóth. Budapest: TÁRKI, pp. 371-388.
Ungár, Nóra. “Etikai és módszertani kérdések a jelnyelvi tolmácsolás kutatásához (Research Ethics and Methodology in the Research of Sign Language Interpreting).” Fordítástudomány (Translation Studies) 24, no. 1 (2022), pp. 32-41. DOI: https://doi.org/10.35924/fordtud.24.1.3
Belenkina, Katerina. “Nobel Peace Prize 2022: Against Terror Past and Present,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, December 9, 2022. https://osaarchivum.org/blog/nobel-peace-prize-2022-against-terror-past-and-present
Belenkina, Katerina. “Remembering Andrei Sakharov: The Truth of One Man,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, December 14, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/remembering-andrei-sakharov-the-truth-of-one-man
Felcher, Anastasia. “Soviet Dead End: Solving the Wallenberg Mystery in the Cold War,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, January 17, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/soviet-dead-end-solving-the-wallenberg-mystery-in-the-cold-war
Felcher, Anastasia. “A ‘Sudden Transition’: Images of Sovereign Ukraine,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, April 19, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/a-%E2%80%9Csudden-transition%E2%80%9C-images-of-sovereign-ukraine
Felcher, Anastasia. "A ‘Sudden Transition’: Images of Independent Ukraine,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, May 2, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/a-%E2%80%9Csudden-transition%E2%80%9C-images-of-independent-ukraine
Felcher, Anastasia, Adrian-George Matus. “’The Sakharov Case’” and Western Communist Parties,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, June 13, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/%E2%80%9Cthe-sakharov-case%E2%80%9D-and-western-communist-parties
Felcher, Anastasia. “Afterlives of the Murdered Poets – Radio Liberty on the Fate of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, August 12, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/afterlives-of-the-murdered-poets-%E2%80%93-radio-liberty-on-the-fate-of-the-jewish-anti-fascist-committ
Mink, András. “The Forgotten Prime Minister – András Hegedüs Born 100 Years Ago,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, November 3, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/the-forgotten-prime-minister-%E2%80%93-andr%C3%A1s-heged%C3%BCs-born-100-years-ago
Szilágyi, Csaba. “Sarajevo, the biggest concentration camp in the world,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, April 7, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/%E2%80%9Csarajevo-the-biggest-concentration-camp-in-the-world
Tóka, Gábor. “Választási meglepetés készül. 1. rész (An Election Night Surprise in the Making, Part One).” Vox Populi blog on 444.hu, February 20, 2022. https://voxpopuli.444.hu/2022/02/20/valasztasi-meglepetes-keszul-1-resz
Zsámboki, Miklós. “’We Do Not Want to Make that Mistake Again’ – When the West Did Not Trust the Soviet Union,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, March 30, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/%E2%80%9Cwe-do-not-want-to-make-that-mistake-again%E2%80%9D-%E2%80%93-when-the-west-did-not-trust-the-soviet-union
Zsámboki, Miklós. “June 20 Is World Refugee Day,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, June 20, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/june-20-is-world-refugee-day
Zsámboki, Miklós. “’Millions in Europe Speak Out for Peace. What Do You Do?’ The Dialogue Peace Group Was Established 40 Years Ago,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, June 24, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/%E2%80%9Cmillions-in-europe-speak-out-for-peace-what-do-you-do%E2%80%9D-the-dialogue-peace-group-was-establishe
Zsámboki, Miklós. “Governor of Unfulfillable Hopes? Miklós Horthy’s Death in the Foreign Press,” Forrás. (blog), Blinken OSA, February 9, 2022. https://www.osaarchivum.org/blog/governor-of-unfulfillable-hopes-mikl%C3%B3s-horthy%E2%80%99s-death-in-the-foreign-press
Bóné, József Gábor. “Parallel Archive - Trust and Decentralization". Lightning Talk at the ICA Roma 2022 Conference (September 21, 2022)
Felcher, Anastasia. “Pushkin Museums Outside Russia from the Romanov Empire to Politics of Russkii Mir.” Invited talk at the internal colloquium at the Institute of History, Department of Eastern European History, University of Bonn (April 28, 2022).
Felcher, Anastasia. “The Survival of Post-Soviet de facto Regimes.” Paper presented at the ASN (Association for the Study of Nationalities) 26th annual world convention (online) (May 4-7, 2022).
Felcher, Anastasia. “A Quest for Identity and Trauma Narratives in a de facto Regime. Do Academic Experts and Policy-Makers Cooperate in Defining Local Loyalty and Commemorative Strategies in Transnistria?” Paper presented at the international seminar Memory Studies and Politics of History: Do They Meet Each Other? at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin (Poland), Institute of Political Sciences And Administration, Laboratory for International Memory Studies (October 21, 2022).
Felcher, Anastasia. “Archiving Transition and Transformation: RFE/RL on the Collapse of the USSR.” Paper presented at the ASEEES 54th annual convention, Chicago, USA (November 10–13, 2022).
László-Herbert, Márk. “The Guiding Principles for Safe Havens for Archives at Risk (2018) Put into Practice in a Hungarian Private Archive: Rescuing Public Collections and Collections of Wide Public Relevance at the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives.” Presentation at the ICARUS Convention #28: Private and public archives in the 21st century / Archives privées et archives publiques au XXIe siècle, International Centre for Archival Research – ICARUS, Campus Condorcet, Aubervilliers, France (May 23–25, 2022).
Macrea-Toma, Ioana. Participation in the panel discussion From the Inside of a Communist Archive to the Outside: Historiography and the Ideal of Value-Free Social Sciences, at the Society for Romanian Studies Conference, Timișoara, Romania (June 15–17, 2022).
Macrea-Toma, Ioana. "How to write about reform communism in Romania? The Story of a Short-Lived Institutional experiment." Presentation at the conference Transforming State Socialism in East-Central Europe. Historical Sociology of the Long Change, University of Warsaw, October 2022.
Parnica, Robert. “Can Archives Feel? The Ethics of Storytelling in Archives: Some Ethical Considerations Concerning Description of the Emotional Archival Sources.” Paper presented at the 7th Scientific Research, Study and Educational Symposium (7th Archival Symposium) Archives in the Service of People – People in the Service of Archives, organized online by the International Institute for the archival science Trieste/Italy – Maribor/Slovenia, the Alma Mater Europaea – Archival studies - Maribor/Slovenia, State Archives of Trieste/Italy, and the Historical Archives of the European Union (March 15–16, 2022).
Parnica, Robert. “Digitization as the Long-Term Preservation and an Important Outreach Strategy in Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives.” Presentation at the 16th International Autumn Archival School, Maribor, Slovenia (November 29, 2022).
Parnica, Robert. “The Emergence and the Importance of Digital Curation. Processing and Decision-Making during the Creation of the Digital Curated Collection of the Cold War Internal Encrypted Telex Communication Between Free Europe Committee and Radio Free Europe.” Presentation at the 16th International Autumn Archival School, Maribor, Slovenia (November 30, 2022).
Parnica, Robert. “Crowdsourcing in Theory and Recent Archival Practice. The Introduction of the ‘Parallel Archives’ as a new and innovative digital tool for Sharing Digital Objects among the Users as the New Strategy of Digitization in Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives.” Presentation at the 16th International Autumn Archival School, Maribor, Slovenia (November 30, 2022).
Popescu, Marina, Gábor Tóka, and Raluca Toma. “Programmatic Linkages and Democratic Erosion in Postcommunist Countries.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) specialist group of the Political Studies Association at Newcastle University, UK, 1-3 September 2022.
Székely, Iván. “Data Protection Authorities in the COVID-19 pandemic.” Presentation and panel discussion at the annual Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference, Brussels, Belgium (May 23, 2022). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WDpPriKpN8
Szilágyi, Csaba, and Perica Jovcheski. “Taming the ghosts: Uncovering ‘tacit narratives’ by rethinking power relations in archives of violent past(s).” Paper presented on the panel Memory Work and Violence (online) at the Annual Hybrid Conference UnSettled: Redefining Archival Power of the Association of Canadian Archivists, June 15-18, 2022.
Szilágyi, Csaba. Co-organizer, evaluator and moderator of the panel Roles, responsibilities and limitations of archives in transitional justice processes and beyond, at the International Expert Meeting, organized by the Srebrenica Memorial Center, PAX and Blinken OSA Archivum, Potocari, December 8-9, 2022.