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Small Nations and Colonial Peripheries in World War I: Europe and the Wider World

NUI Galway is pleased to announce an international history workshop entitled ‘Small Nations and Colonial Peripheries in World War I: Europe and the Wider World’ which will take place at the Hardiman Library in NUI Galway, Ireland, on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 June next.

 

Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute announces an international conference: States, Peoples, Languages. A Comparative Political History of Ukrainian,1863-2013

The Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute is pleased to invite members of the larger academic community and the general public to its international conference on States, Peoples, Languages: A Comparative Political History of Ukrainian, 1863–2013.

Conference: Nationalist Responses to Economic and Political Crises

Nationalist Responses to Economic and Political Crises

 

conference organized by the

Nationalism Studies Program at Central European University (CEU)

Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN)

Tom Lantos Institute (TLI)

Central European University,
Budapest, Hungary
12-14 June, 2014

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