The Symposia section attempts to make known the conferences that regardless of their theme (such as confessional space, Humanism and early Renaissance, medievalism and regimes of historicity, comparative history, oral history and printing) touch upon subjects related to east central and central Europe.
[Stelian Mândruţ] - Tradition and Present in the culture and political practice of the Romanian and Hungarian nations (19th-20th century). The Joint Romanian Hungarian History Commission (Arad, May 20-21, 2004).
[Zsuzsanna Török] - Comparative History in/on Europe. The State of The Art (Central European University, Budapest, 9-11 November 2006)
[Kinga German and Maria Crăciun] - Formierung des konfessionellen Raums. Eine vergleichende Sicht auf Siebenbürgen und Ostmitteleuropa (Emden, 24-27 May 2006).
[Zsombor Tóth] - Medievalism, Archaic Origins and Regimes of Historicity. Alternatives to Antique Tradition in the Nineteenth Century, in East-Central, Southeast and Northern Europe (Budapest, Hungary, 18-19 October 2006)
[Ioana Cosman] - The Appropriated Past and Oral History. Oral History Conference (Institute of Oral History, Cluj-Napoca, 9-10 November 2006)
[Valery Rees] - Italy and Hungary: Humanism and Art in the Early Renaissance, held at Villa I Tatti (The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, 6-9th June 2007, with a study tour in Hungary 13-16th June)
[Andrew Spicer] - ‘La France Outremer': Expeditions, Encounters and Exchanges (The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, Saturday 7 July 2007)
[Valery Rees] - East meets West at the Crossroads of Early Modern Europe: Artistic Inspirations & Innovations. A conference held at the University of Sussex (6-7th September 2007)
[Daniel Bamford] - Conceptualising Balkan Space: Late Mediaeval & Early Modern Approaches & Interpretations (University of Birmingham, 28th September, 2007)
[Daniel Dumitran] - Pietre pentru zidirea românităţii moderne: vechile tipărituri de la Blaj (1747-1830). 260 de ani de la debutul activităţii oficinei tipografice [Stones for the Building of Romanian Modernity: Old Printings from Blaj (1747-1830). 260 Years from the Debut of the Activity of the Printing Press] (Alba Iulia, 25-26 October 2007)