Modern European History

Seminar or event series

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

Events

Jan
26

The Age of Questions

Holly Case (Brown)
Discussant: Chris Clark
Feb
2

Nations Apart: Czech Nationalism and the Welfare State under Nazi Rule

Radka Šustrová (Cambridge)
Feb
9

Kunstführer and other fantastic beasts in twentieth-century Germany: images, projections and narratives

Bernhard Fulda (Cambridge)
Feb
16

Mapping the Russian Free Press Fund, 1890-1914: Transnational Political Activism and the Russian Revolutionary Emigration.

Lara Green (Durham)
Feb
23

Displaced Histories: Refugees and Resettlement in Soviet Armenia

Jo Laycock (Manchester)
Mar
2

The Deviation of Magic: Witchcraft and Crime in France, 1790-1940

Will Pooley (Bristol)
Mar
9

International Jewish Humanitarianism in the Age of the Great War

Jacyln Granick (Cardiff)
Mar
16

Writing the History of Democracy in Western Europe

Martin Conway (Oxford)
Hedwig Richter (Munich)
Discussant: Michal Kopecek
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