Panteleymon Anastasakis is an independent scholar who specializes in twentieth century Balkan history, World War II, collaboration and resistance in times of war, and church-state relations. His recently published book, The Church of Greece under Axis Occupation, represents an intersection of these interests. He earned his BA and MA in history from Florida State University and his PhD in modern European history from the University of Minnesota.
Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund
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The European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh, in cooperation with the European Union Studies Association invites your participation in the Eleventh Annual Graduate Student Conference on the European Union
The EU for Whom? Democracy and Demography in a Shifting Europe
February 26-27, 2016
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The ASN (Association for the Study of Nationalities) is calling for papers (on nationalism, ethnicity, and national identities) for its 21st Annual World Convention, to be held at Columbia University in New York on April 14-16, 2016, sponsored by the Harriman Institute. Paper proposals are due Oct. 29, 2015.
Marking 80 years since the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, this two-day international conference will explore the origins and experiences of transnational mobilisation during the conflict and the immediate post-war period. It will bring together researchers working on military, medical, humanitarian and cultural aspects of mobilisation both inside and outside Spain.
2017 Leo Baeck Institute Year Book Essay Prize
in German-Jewish Studies
The Leo Baeck Institute for the Study of the History and Culture of German-speaking Jewry is delighted to announce its 2017 Year Book Essay Prize. The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book is a fully refereed Oxford journal and covers cultural, social, and economic history. Appearing annually since 1956, it has become the field’s central and most comprehensive publication.
The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book Essay Prize was established to
The Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini” and the European School for Training in Economic and Social Historical Research (ESTER) announce their third jointly-organized Datini-Ester Advanced Seminar for economic and social historians on 6th-11th May 2016 in Prato (Italy) on:
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Jesus College Oxford Graduate Scholarship, generously funded by members of Jesus College History alumni.
This scholarship is linked to the Globalising and Localising the Great War (GLGW) project, History Faculty, University of Oxford, for research on the First World War.
We wish to encourage applications for proposed doctoral theses to be based in the History Faculty that relate to the main project areas of GLGW:
Call for Papers: Photo Transfer in Cold War Europe
Special Issue of the International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity (HCM)