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Podcasts of Academic Events

Workshop: The Author – Wanted, Dead or Alive. New perspectives on the concept of authorship, 1700-1900 (5-6/6/2017)


Will Slauter (Université Paris Diderot), Does News Have an Author? The Recurring Debate over Copyright for News

J. P. McDermott (Cambridge University), Off the Pedestal? Authorship in China, 1800-1950

Ursula Hirschmann Lecture: "Capital, Care and Progressive Neoliberalism: A Feminist Dialogue"


Nancy Fraser (The New School for Social Research, New York)

Ursula Hirschmann Lecture: "Notorious RBG"


Ruth Bader Ginsburg (US Supreme Court Justice)

Lecture: Une histoire de l'histoire culturelle (28/09/2015)


Giovanni Levi (Universitá Ca' Foscari, Venezia)

Conference: The Author's Hand and Printer's Mind (17-18/09/2015)


Roger Chartier (Collège de France), Closing speech

Conference: The Long Global Crisis c.1912-c.1922 (2-3/06/2014)


Laura Downs (EUI), Women, work and the transformation of state society relations during the First World War - Part 1

Robert Gerwarth (University College Dublin), The Vanquished: Europe and the Aftermath of the Great War - Part 2

Colloquium: Partitions and the Making of Peoples (7/12/2011)


Dirk Moses and Alanna O'Malley (EUI)

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