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CFP: Gender, citizenship and subjectivity in revolutionary Ireland and Europe 1917-c. 1922 symposium (Dublin, 26th May 2017)

Call for Papers


One-day, international symposium examining gender, citizenship and subjectivity in revolutionary Ireland and Europe, 1917-c. 1922


Friday 26th May, 2017,

Trinity College Dublin.


Alon Confino
Marcel Stoetzler

Stoetzler on Confino, 'A World without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide'

Alon Confino. A World without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014. 304 pp. $30.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-300-18854-7.

Reviewed by Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University)
Published on H-Nationalism (January, 2017)
Commissioned by Cristian Cercel

Why the Holocaust Seemed Like a Good Idea to a Rather Large Number of Germans

CFP New Nationalisms: Sources, Agendas, Languages, 25-27 September 2017, Wrocław, Poland

Our conference seeks to confront the discourse of affective mobilization propagating anti-EU and anti-immigration policies in many European countries, with its opponent, the discourse of civic ethos and cosmopolitanism. How did it happen that xenophobia and anti-European sentiment have become a vocal presence in public discourse? We hope that the conference will shed some light on how a refurbished nationalism has become central to the new visions of what has become a functioning oxymoron in Central Europe: the non-liberal democracy.