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August 2017

DAAD-studiereis München

August 27 @ 08:00 - September 7 @ 17:00

Het Centre for German Studies van de Hebrew University organiseert een DAAD-studiereis naar München en Neurenberg onder de titel Unruhige Landschaften, Die Erinnerung an Krisen, Aufstände, und Anschläge und ihre Spuren in der Topographie von München und Nürnberg. Tijdens deze interessante excursie is er veel aandacht voor de herinneringscultuur, voor revoluties en geweld. Zie: http://www.ciera.fr/sites/default/files/document_joint/Programm_unruhige_landschaften.pdf Het Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam mag een kandidaat voordragen. Daarom is het verstandig om bij interesse eerst contact op te nemen met Hanco Jürgens, h.j.jurgens@uva.nl

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September 2017

Call for Papers: Creative communities in cities and regions. Historical case-studies from Germany and the Benelux-countries

September 1 @ 08:00 - 17:00
Leeuwarden, Friesland,

Organisation/Organisatie:          Arbeitskreis Deutsch-Niederländische Geschichte (ADNG) und Partner Datum:                                     22. – 23. Februar 2018 Einsendefrist/Deadline:             1. November 2017 Seit 2010 richtet der Arbeitskreis Deutsch-Niederländische Geschichte (ADNG) regelmäßige Workshops aus, um über laufende Forschungsarbeiten zu beraten und Ideen auszutauschen. Der zeitliche Fokus liegt dabei auf dem 20. Jahrhundert; Arbeitssprachen sind Deutsch, Niederländisch und Englisch. Der 10. Workshop des Arbeitskreises findet in Leeuwarden, der Europäischen Kulturhauptstadt 2018, statt. Gastgeber ist die Fryske Akademy (FA), ein Institut der Koninklijke Nederlandse more »

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October 2017

International conference Subaltern political knowledges, ca. 1770- ca. 1950– call for papers

October 18 @ 08:00 - October 20 @ 17:00

During the last decades, political historians have increasingly focused on the evolution of political consciousness among the “common people” during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In that process they have often made use of all-encompassing notions such as politicization, democratization and nationalization. These have in common that they suggest an increasing commitment of a growing number of citizens in the political life of the nation, but because these concepts are so general and linear, they are hard to grapple with. more »

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The Changing Frontiers of Political History, 16th-20th centuries

October 26 @ 08:00 - October 27 @ 17:00
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Call for Papers, before 30 June 2017: cfp-paris-2017  

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November 2017

International Conference: The State of the Art in the History of Politics

November 30 @ 09:00 - December 1 @ 17:00

Organized by the National Research School for Political History OPG 30 November – 1 December 2017, Royal Library The Hague On the occasion of the start of its second lustrum, the National Research School for Political History OPG organizes an international conference to discuss the state of the art in the history of politics. The central issue for this conference is to look for the commonality between the many approaches to the history of politics that have bloomed in the more »

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