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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)


                     Easter Term 2017     

       

Wednesday 3 May

Knox Shaw Room, Sidney Sussex College, *N.B. 5pm*: Joint session with Public and Popular History Seminar

Showcasing the Russian Revolution 100 years on: What to commemorate?

                                           Panel debate with 

Dr Katya Rogatchevskaia & Dr Susan Reed (British Library), Lead Curators East European Collections & Germanic Studies,

Dr Kristiane Janeke, curator of 1917 exhibition at German Historical Museum, Berlin,

Prof. Stephen Smith (All Souls College, Oxford), author of Russia in Revolution: An Empire in Crisis, 1890 to 1928



Tuesday 9 May

Old Library, Sidney Sussex College, 12.45pm

Eleanor Davey (Manchester)
Relief and independence: European NGOs in the Ethiopian Civil War




Tuesday 16 May

Old Library, Sidney Sussex College, 12.45pm

Hanna Weibye (Cambridge)
The idea of national character in the German context: A C18th forerunner of C19th 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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