STIP: MSCA Individual Fellowships Memory and Identity in a digital world (case study on German Memorialisation) (20.07.2018)

MSCA Individual Fellowships - applicants welcome

 

The Open University welcomes interest from external researchers looking to apply for a Marie

Reminder: CfP Labour market liberalisation in France, Germany and Japan in comparative perspective

Dear colleagues,

this is a friendly reminder regarding the workshop on labour market liberalisation in France, Germany and Japan taking place in Tokyo in December. With apologies for cross-posting.

Please note that the deadline for proposals is now 30 July 2018.

Also, we are pleased to announce the keynote speakers: Prof. Mari Miura (Sophia University, Tokyo) and Prof. Paul Marx (University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg).

TOC: Central European History (CEH) 51, no. 2 (June 2018)

The latest issue of Central European History went live online on June 28 and should be shipping to individual and institutional subscribers shortly.

Volume 51 / Issue 02, June 2018, pp. i-iii, 179-334. 

The issue can be accessed at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/central-european-history/latest-issue.

Call for Papers: Labour Market Liberalisation after the Lehman Crisis: France, Germany and Japan in Comparative Perspective

Call for Papers for the International Workshop
Labour Market Liberalisation after the Lehman Crisis: France, Germany and Japan in Comparative Perspective

CS: Germany and Central Europe in the Twentieth Century

This course will explore the history of Central Europe during the last century. For our purposes, Central Europe will encompass the countries of Germany, Austria, Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. One of the goals of the course will be to try and figure out the political, cultural and economic links between these nations, and to think about the ways in which their pasts intertwine. The general approach of the course will be regional and comparative rather than national.

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