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Call for Papers for the 2019 Annual Conference
The BENELUX, Regional Groupings and the Dynamics of European Integration:
Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
November 30th, 2018, room C.015
Opening time: 2 pm
Welcome and Introductory Speech
Damiano PALANO, Dean of the Department of Political Science,
Catholic University of Milan
Arianna ARISI ROTA, University of Pavia
Cristina BON, Catholic University of Milan
Panel 1. Around 1869: symptoms and cleavages
Chair: Paolo COLOMBO, Catholic University of Milan
H. 2.20 pm
Andrea SACCOMAN, University of Milano Bicocca
Moving Through a Narrow Path: the Italian Army
from Venice to Rome
H. 2.40 pm
Let me first send my appreciation to those of you who have followed up, with NARA and/or myself, regarding my post of November 2, 2018, in which I alerted H-Net readers to news of a records disposition request from the U.S. Department of the Interior that I found startling. This is, to my mind, a much-needed conversation.
I write now to, first, let you know that the deadline for public comments has been extended to November 26 (see original announcement for further details).
The IDP MIMESIS cordially invites you to its upcoming 5th annual conference: CHANGE THROUGH REPETITION. The international conference takes place from Thursday, 29 November to Saturday, 1 December at the Center for Advanced Studies LMU (CAS).
Change Through Repetition: Mimesis as a Transformative Principle between Art and Politics
Museums, Borders and European Responsibility - 100 Years after WW1
23rd - 25th November 2018
Ludwig Museum, Koblenz
November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Under the theme "Museums, Borders and European Responsibility - 100 Years after WW1", the annual meeting of ICOM EUROPE ALLIANCE will explore the question of how museums have experienced the political, cultural and social changes of the past one hundred years. At the same time, however, the conference addresses how museums can confront the dangers that threaten democracy.
The conference will take place at Sciences Po, Salle du Traité, Paris: 56 rue Jacob 75006 Paris.
The registration is compulsory for all participants: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program of the Workshop
Thursday, November 15, 2018
13.30 Welcoming the Participants and Registration