Papers will consider issues as: the monarchy pattern in Europe in the first decades of the twentieth century, contents and symbols of the ceremonials of the coronation, the rise of the republican idea and other realities associated to the post-Paris Conference establishment, the transfer of power to the new political structures, parliamentary and presidential elections, new adopted constitutions, political parties, and other possible topics.
Eastern Europe's Minorities in a Century of Change, a podcast series on the history of minorities and minority experiences in twentieth-century Central and Eastern Europe prepared by the BASEES Study Group for Minority History to mark the Institute for Historical Research’s centenary.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
The University of Lucerne is the youngest university in Switzerland. Founded in 2000, it has four faculties and around 3,000 students. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences with its eight institutes and departments focuses on interdisciplinarity and innovation in research and teaching. The Faculty offers its almost 800 students a range of courses that are unique in Switzerland, placing great emphasis on excellent support and a close link between research and teaching activities.
Call for Panel and Paper Proposals for the
Sixth Annual Tartu Conference on Russian and East European Studies:
Which Way is the Future? Progress and Tradition in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
12-14 June 2022, Tartu, Estonia
Please join us for the next meeting of the Modern Japan History Workshop on Friday, November 26th at 6 pm JST. Our presenter this month will be Alexander Bukh (Victoria University of Wellington), who will present his work on nihonjinron in 1970s Soviet Union (details below).
This month’s session will be held online through ZOOM, and can be accessed using the following sign-in information:
2022 Midwest Slavic Conference
April 1-3, 2022
Call for Paper and Panel Proposals: