Modern Europe Workshop
Room 210 Dickinson Hall
12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
October 9, 2012
Patrick DeOliveira, Princeton Graduate Student
"Imagining Vieux Lyon: Urban Renewals and Urban Identity in Nineteenth-Century France"
October 23, 2012
Michael Barany, Princeton Graduate Student
Savage Numbers and the Evolution of Civilization in Victorian Prehistory
November 13, 2012
Maribel Morey, Princeton Graduate Student
Through the Lens of An American Dilemma (1944): Federally Enforced Racial Integration in the Postwar U.S. Grains a Broader Historical and Global Context
November 27, 2012
Paul Hanebrink, Rutgers University
""When Israel was King -- The Tharauds in Budapest: Thoughts on a Transnational History of the Judeo-Bolshevik menace."
(there is no pre-circulated paper)
December 4, 2012
Vanessa Ogle, University of Penn
"Contesting Time: The Global Struggle For Uniformity and Its Unintended Consequences, 1880-1930."
February 5, 2013
Marc Volovici, Princeton Graduate Student
"The Geman Language as a Jewish Problem"
February 12, 2013
Benjamin Sacks, Princeton Graduate Student
February 26, 2013
Katlyn Carter, Princeton Graduate Student
March 26, 2013
Juan-Francisco Fuentes, Complutense University of Madrid
"Measuring Totalitarianism: New Tools for a Conceptual History"
April 2, 2013
Dan Edelstein, Stanford University
"Intellectual History and the Digital Humanities"
Co-sponsored by Modern Europe Workshop and Digital Humanities@Princeton
**Please RSVP to Barb Leavey, email@example.com by March 29
seating is limited
April 30, 2013
Marie-Pierre Rey, University of Paris I
"Napoleon and Tsar Alexander I"