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The Herder-Institut in Marburg (Germany) played host to the annual gathering of NISE from 14 to 16 May 2013. The research and archives institute, member of the NISE Network, was founded in 1950 and is specialised in eastern Central Europe (the Baltics and the Königsberg enclave,...

In April 2013, two more institutes have joined the NISE Network: the Istitut Cultural Ladin 'Majon di Fascegn' in Vich (Italy) and the Instytut Badań Regionalnych (IBR) (Institute of Regional Research), attached to the Biblioteki Śląskiej (Silesian Library) in Katowice (Poland). The Istitut Cultural Ladin 'Majon...

On 15 February 2013, NISE was officially established as a non-profit association according to Belgian law. This follows the signing of its statutes on 23 May 2012 in Barcelona. The npa, with an Executive Board and a General Assembly as the governing bodies will allow...

Over the last few months still more institutes and organisations have joined NISE. From the Slovenská akadémia vied (Slovak Academy of Sciences) in Bratislava, the following institutes have become NISE network member: the Historický ústav (Institute of History, °1943), the Filozofický ústav (Institute of Philosophy, °1946)...

The NISE Network has recently seen two valuable additions, respectively a working group specialised in the history of the political organisation of sovereignty (GRENS) and the leading French institute on Celtic Studies in general and Breton culture and history in particular (CRBC). The Scientific Council...

Over the last few months, three applications have been submitted within European programmes and the execution of one project is being prepared. Together with twelve research institutes or universities from nine countries, a project called Alterity and Nation-Building was submitted within the COST framework by NISE in...

There have been a number of changes in the membership of the NISE Network as well as the Scientific Council. Two institutes from the Baltic region have recently joined the NISE Network. The Ajaloo Instituut (Institute of History), located in the Estonian capital Tallinn, was established in...

A new tier in the organisational structure of NISE has been introduced. As NISE occasionally works together on projects, events and other activities with institutes who's remit does not correspond to that of the platform, in cases where this occurs on a regular basis, a...

NISE offers a number of services to organisations and people involved with national or regional movements: they pertain to record management and archival heritage, data processing and historiographical output. Some of these services are free, others can be subject to external funding application. The archival services...