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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.

Michaelmas Term 2019     

 

The Seminar will meet on Tuesdays from 5-7pm in the Nihon Room of Pembroke College, and refreshments will be served. The graduate-run Modern European History Workshop runs on alternate Tuesdays from 10-11:30am.

 

15 October

Book Panel:
Electric News in Colonial Algeria - Arthur Asseraf (Cambridge) Chaired by Ruth Harris (Oxford) with Richard Drayton (KCL), Khaled Fahmy (Cambridge), and Julia Guarneri (Cambridge)
(Joint Session with World History Seminar)


22 October

Panel Discussion:
‘Is there a centre in European history?’
Hubertus Jahn, Melissa Calaresu, William O’Reilly, Helen Pfeifer, and Pedro Ramos Pinto (Cambridge)


29 October

Murium Davis (UC Santa Cruz)
‘The Racial Logics of EurAfrica'


5 November (Venue: Room N7, Pembroke College)

Tim Schmalz (Cambridge)
‘Anglo-Austrian Diplomatic Networks, 1934-38’
(Joint with German History Research Group)


12 November

Fabrice Langrognet (Cambridge)
‘Centring on the Periphery: On the Trail of Ordinary Migrants in a Banlieue of Paris (1880-1930)’


19 November

Joanna Innes (Oxford)
‘Re-Imagining Democracy in the Age of Revolutions: The Project
(Joint with 18th Century Seminar)


26 November

Bernhard Fulda (Sidney Sussex)
‘Emil Nolde: Art, Myth, and Memory’

Postponed until Easter Term

 

Convenors:

Dr Arthur Asseraf, Trinity College, (aa504)
Dr Hanno Balz  (hb528)
Dr Allegra Fryxell, Pembroke College, (arpf2)
Timothy J Schmalz, Sidney Sussex College (ts633)

 

Michaelmas Term 2019 programme - print version

 

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

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The Faculty is currently accepting applications for the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship match funding by the Isaac Newton Trust. Deadline: 12 pm (noon) on Thursday 2 January 2020.

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