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GSA Seminar - Transnational Germans: Local Actors and Global Spaces, Global Actors and Local Spaces (deadline: January 20)

Seminar - Transnational Germans: Local Actors and Global Spaces, Global Actors and Local Spaces

 

The 45th German Studies Association Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, from September 30 to October 4, 2021 will host a series of seminars in addition to conference sessions and roundtables (for general conference information see *https://www.thegsa.org/conference*).

 

CfA: Gerd Bucerius History Scholarship (fully-funded MA, CEU)

                            

ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius has generously partnered with Central European University to fund joint scholarships offered to high-achieving students who wish to pursue a one-year or two-year Master’s degree at CEU’s Department of History. 

Re: Ludwig on Black Central European Studies Network (BCESN), 'Black Central Europe'

I'm interested in further discussion of the distinctions between US and European approaches to race. I am aware of them and have published on the nineteenth-century history of racial thought, but I'd like to explore what they might mean in today's academic contexts. What value might US racial ideas--especially regarding anti-Black racism--have in understanding race in Europe? Is is a sort of imperialism to assume US ideas are valuable in analyzing Europe's past and present?

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