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Modern European History

The Modern European History Research seminar is the focal point for graduates and scholars in European history (from c. 1750 to the present day) in Cambridge. Talks tend to attract audiences of twenty to forty on a regular basis; discussions are lively, and speakers and audience generally enjoy the experience.

 

Convenors:Dr Mark Smith (mbs39), Dr Helen Roche (hber2), Dr Mathias Haeussler (mhh29)


                     Lent Term 2017     

       

Tuesday 24 January,
Knox Shaw Room, Sidney Sussex College. 12.45 - 2.00pm
Simon MacDonald (EUI)
The policing of British and Irish subjects in Paris during the revolutionary Terror

 

Tuesday 7 February,
Old Library, Sidney Sussex College. 12.45 - 2.00pm
Jennifer Keating (Cambridge)
'On arid ground? Russia, Central Asia and the natural world, 1881-1914'

 

Tuesday 21 February,
Old Library, Sidney Sussex College. 12.45 - 2.00pm
Hanna Weibye (Cambridge) -
'The idea of national character in the German context: An eighteenth-century forerunner of nineteenth-century nationalism?'

 

 

The Modern European History Research Seminar gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Trevelyan Fund.

 

Lent term 2017 programme - print version

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Archive seminars

Michaelmas 2016 programme

2015-2016 programme

Easter 2015 Programme

Lent 2015 Programme

Michaelmas 2014 Programme

Easter 2014 Programme

Lent 2014 Programme

Michaelmas 2013 Programme

Lent 2013 programme

Michaelmas 2012 programme

Easter 2012 programme

Lent 2012 programme

Michaelmas 2011 Programme

The Modern European History Research Seminar gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Trevelyan Fund.

New joint degrees start October 2017

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