Thursday, May 5th: Visions of Emancipation

Please join the European History Workshop on Thursday, May 5th, in 1014 Tisch Hall (4-6pm) for a special panel discussion: “Visions of Emancipation: Intellectual Mobility in Modern Poland” From the late nineteenth century on, Polish intellectuals embarked on a number of projects involving the educational mobility of the popular classes. Usually these projects were heavily …

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Wednesday, February 25th: Emma Thomas

Please join the European History Workshop on Wednesday, February 25th from 6-8pm for the following paper and discussion: “Contested Labors: Gender, Sexuality, and the Indenture in German New Guinea” Emma Thomas Doctoral Candidate Departments of History and Germanic Languages and Literatures University of Michigan The paper is available on the EHW CTOOLS site NOW. For …

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Thursday, February 12th: Stephanie Skier

Please join the European History Workshop on Thursday, February 12th from 6-8pm for the following paper and discussion: “The International ‘Girl Trade’ and Imperial Germany, 1880s-1914” Stephanie Skier Doctoral Student of History University of Michigan The paper is available on the EHW CTOOLS site NOW. For a copy of the paper and/or access to the site …

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Wednesday, December 3rd: Cristian Capotescu

Please join the European History Workshop on Wednesday, December 3rd from 6-8pm for the following paper and discussion: “Ordinary Solidarity: Humanitarian Aid for Communist and Post-Communist Romania” Cristian Capotescu Doctoral Student of History University of Michigan The paper is available on the European History Workshop CTOOLS site. For a copy of the paper and/or access …

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Wednesday, October 22nd: Alessio Ponzio

Please join the European History Workshop on Wednesday, October 22nd from 7-9pm for the following paper and discussion: “Before and after the Balletti Verdi: Premises and Consequences of a Male Homosexual Scandal in 1960 Italy” Alessio Ponzio Doctoral Student in History and Women’s Studies University of Michigan The paper is available on the European History …

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