The workshop aims at gathering young researchers who address in their work the political, social and cultural transformations of the “postwar moment” in Europe. The periodization scheme of the second thirty years’ war imposed 1945 as a clear historiographical divide and watershed after the Holocaust. Consequently, 1945 and the aftermath of the war have long been featured as either prequel for what was to follow or as an extension of the history of World War II.
Remembering Across the Iron Curtain. The Emergence of Holocaust Memory in the Cold War Era
Between the Imperial Eye and the Local Gaze. Cartographies of Southeast Europe/Entre la surveillance impériale et le regard local.
‘Your horse won't eat any oats, nor will he be bled until I get my revenge’ threatens his lady Orgeuilleux de la Lande, making his displeasure evident by abusing the lady’s horse.
Dr. Alexander Avram has won IIJG’s Chava Agmon Prize for Jewish Genealogy
Dr Alexander Avram has won IIJG’s Chava Agmon Prize for Jewish Genealogy
Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland
The Paulsen Programme hosted by the International History Dept at LSE will provide up to 15 fellowships for early and mid-career historians in Russian academic and educational institutions each year from 2018/19 to 2022/23 to Russian historians whose research requires them to work in foreign archives and libraries. The 1-3 month fellowships are open to all historians in Russia who are working on the period from the mid seventeenth century down to 1918, including historians of Russia and of other regions of the world. Applications are invited for fellowships for the academic year starting
Call for Papers: Technologies of Mind and Body in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc
An international symposium to take place at the University of Nottingham (UK), 17-18 May 2019