Additional Call EHRI Fellowships

 EHRI (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure), a Horizon 2020 project of which CegeSoma is a partner institute, offers the opportunity to do research for a few weeks as an EHRI fellow in a limited number of institutions, among which Cegesoma. Read more...

Les Archives de l'État (Direction opérationnelle 4 - CegeSoma) recrutent actuellement un collaborateur scientifique (h/f/x) pour le projet European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (II).

The Readers Card becomes Free of Charge

 From 1 June 2018, access to the 19 reading rooms of the Belgian State Archives (including the CegeSoma reading room) becomes free of charge.

This new measure aims to make the Belgian archives accessible to all citizens. Prices for research-services and costs for 'reproductions on demand' however increase substantially.

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2019-2020: CegeSoma and War Heritage Institute join forces

 In 2019-2020, it is exactly seventy five years since the liberation of Belgium and Europe from Nazism.

In the context of this anniversary, CegeSoma and the War Heritage Institute concluded an agreement to promote further collaboration between the institutes. Read more...

CegeSoma presents its multiannual plan and its annual report for 2017

 For the first time in its history, CegeSoma presents a multiannual plan (2017-2021).

It is the result of various meetings with stakeholders, of which our specialized scientific committee, renewed in 2017, is the most important one. Read more...

In honour of Social Welfare

 On Saturday 17 March, the magnificent historic Social Welfare building was open to the public on the occasion of the biannual Art Nouveau/Art Deco open days, allowing anyone interested to visit these places usually closed to the public or subject to restricted access. Read more...

New contact addresses !

 To improve the quality of our service, CegeSoma has two new contact addresses:


info-cegesoma@arch.be : for correspondence and the providing of information


repro-cegesoma@arch.be : for the request of reproduction of documents

 

Update Call for Papers - Languages and the First World War II 2018 Conference

Europe House London, 10 September - KU Leuven, Brussels Campus, 12 September

 

Background
Following a successful first international conference on Languages and the First World War (University of Antwerp and the British Library, June 2014), two successful books of essays (Palgrave-MacMillan), and the following that has been built up (@LanguagesFWW and the blog, https://languagesandthefirstworldwar.wordpress.com/, run by Julian Walker), the organisers are pleased to announce the second Languages and the First World War conference for 10 and 12 September 2018. Read more...

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