I'm a political scientist studying welfare in contemporary China, and I'm wondering if I could get your suggestions on whether there are examples of strategic targeting of welfare benefits to individuals in order to prevent protest in Imperial Germany, and if so, what English-language (secondary) materials I should take a look at.
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International Symposium, June 26, 2015, Queen’s University Belfast
Europe’s Interwar Kulturkampf: Transnational Struggles over Secularism
Catholic Women and the Enlightenment
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Location: University of Bern, Switzerland
Deadline: 30 June 2015
This is to inform you about new contributions on our bilingual (German and English) online platform History of Emotions – Insights into Research (https://www.history-of-emotions.mpg.de/en)
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Chronopolis: Time & Urban Space
2015 Graduate Student Conference
Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan
Keynote Speaker: Bettina Stoetzer (MIT)
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2015 International Herbert Marcuse Society Conference
November 12-14, 2015
A new issue of Central European History has appeared!
Volume 48 / Issue 01, March 2015, pp. 1-147
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Abstracts in English and German will remain available for free.
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