Monday, April 5th: How to Navigate and Write for the Academic Book Publishing Market

  The European History Workshop is holding a remote workshop on April 5th at 4pm with Dr. Kira Thurman to discuss how and where to pitch book publications and how to approach the writing process more generally. Dr. Thurman will be giving us a sneak peek of her introduction (this introduction must not be circulated outside the EHW) for her …

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Monday, March 1st: How to Pitch and Publish History for a Wider Public Workshop

The European History Workshop is holding a remote workshop on March 1st at 4pm to discuss questions and concerns grad students have when deciding how and where to pitch articles (review, op-ed, etc) and how to engage with the broader public and make our work accessible to public audiences. Navigating the publishing market is an important …

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Friday, March 12th: Workshop with Keanu Heydari

European History Workshop is meeting on March 12th at 4pm to workshop an article draft by Keanu M. Heydari, a third year PhD student in the history department.  To register for this event please click the link included below. Keanu’s article is entitled: “Persian Shah, Parisian Shah: Cultural Anxiety, Orientalism, and Militarization in Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar’s …

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Wednesday, January 27: Workshop with Matthew Hershey

“The Suicidal ‘Spirit of 1914:’ Personal Self-Destruction as National Sacrifice.”  The European History Workshop is meeting to workshop a dissertation chapter by Matthew Hershey, a sixth year PhD candidate in the History Department whose research focuses on Germany and the First World War, on January 27th at 4pm (via Zoom).  The working title of the project …

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Friday, October 23rd: “Red Flag Wounded” Book Discussion

The European History Workshop  has another exciting workshop coming up! Please join us on Friday, October 23rd, from 5-6:30  pm via zoom for a discussion with Professor Ronald Suny of his new book: Red Flag Wounded: Stalinism and the Fate of the Soviet Experiment   As described by Verso Press, Red Flag Wounded brings together essays …

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Monday, Sept. 28th: “Visualizing Fascism” Book Discussion

Welcome back to another semester with the European History Workshop!  Please join us on Monday, September 28th, from 4-5:30  pm via zoom for a discussion with Professors Geoff Eley, Betrand Metton, and Paul Barclay of their new edited volume: Visualizing Fascism: The Twentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right. As described by Duke Press, “Visualizing Fascism …

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Thursday, November 14th: Cristian Capotescu Paper Discussion

Please join the European History Workshop on Thursday, November 14th from 5-7pm in 1713 Haven Hall for a workshop of Cristian Capotescu’s paper: “Socialism Under Water: Ethical Consumption, Natural Disasters, and Humanitarianism in Ceausescu’s Romania” Food and drinks will be provided. Please RSVP to Bethany Donovan (donobeth@umich.edu) to receive the paper. Find the abstract below: …

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Wednesday, Oct. 2nd: Joshua Cole Book Discussion

Welcome back to another semester with the European History Workshop!  Please join us on Wednesday, October 2nd 2019, from 6-8pm in 1014 Tisch Hall for a discussion with Professor Joshua Cole of his new book: Lethal Provocation: The Constantine Murders and the Politics of French Algeria.  As described by Cornell University Press, “Part murder mystery, …

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Welcome to the 2018-2019 Academic Year

The European History Workshop is looking forward to another exciting year of programming. Keep your eyes peeled for forthcoming events. For more information about the Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshops program, please see the following link: http://www.rackham.umich.edu/academics/rii/interdisciplinary-workshops

Monday, March 26: Interpreting the Visual in History—A Source Workshop with Valerie Kivelson

Please join the European History Workshop on Monday, March 26, 2018 from 6-8 PM in 1014 Tisch Hall for a dinner and discussion: “Interpreting the Visual in History: A Source Workshop with Valerie Kivelson” In addition to a methodological discussion regarding visual sources utilized in her work, Dr. Kivelson will also lead the workshop in …

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