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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.

 

Convenors:Dr Bernhard Fulda (bfd20), Dr Helen Roche (hber2),

Lent Term 2018     

 

Seminars run from 12.45 - 2.00pm in the Old Library, Sidney Sussex College (unless otherwise stated)

 

23rd January

Anna Ross (Warwick)
"Tetouan: Spanish Imperialism after the Americas, 1912-56"

6th February

Aristotle Kallis (Keele)
"Fascist, modernist, cosmopolitan: Pier Maria Bardi’s journey through fascism, 1928-1946"

20th February

Ulrike Weckel (Gießen/Oxford)
"Bad Press for New Audiences: Recurrent warnings in German history about misuses of new media"

7th March [NB WEDS. NOT TUES]

Joseph Clarke (TCD)
"Providence and French Revolutionary Politics"

 

 

 

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

 

Lent term 2018 programme - print version

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Archive seminars

Lent term 2017 programme

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