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November 2020
The Greek Revolution as an Imperial Event, 1797-1830

The Greek Revolution as an Imperial Event, 1797-1830

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Lecture by Yanni Kotsonis on 25 November 2020
Date:
16/11/2020
Changing Track: redirecting research on colonial railways in Africa, c. 1880 - 1960

Changing Track: redirecting research on colonial railways in Africa, c. 1880 - 1960

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Conference on 9 November 2020
Date:
03/11/2020
October 2020
Mobility in The Fiume Crisis: How Imperial Dissolution Un-Anchors Space

Mobility in The Fiume Crisis: How Imperial Dissolution Un-Anchors Space

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Lecture by Dominique Reill on 6 November 2020
Date:
30/10/2020
Intersectional Histories of Capitalism

Intersectional Histories of Capitalism

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Lecture by Ryan Crewe on 2 November 2020
Date:
30/10/2020
The PhD Programme in History and Civilization at EUI - Intro and Q&A

The PhD Programme in History and Civilization at EUI - Intro and Q&A

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Webinar for prospective applicants on 29 October 2020
Date:
27/10/2020
Max Weber Fellows' Presentations

Max Weber Fellows' Presentations

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21 and 28 October 2020
Date:
19/10/2020
Reversing Viewpoint: Travelling Students as Knowledge Agents in Early Modern Europe

Reversing Viewpoint: Travelling Students as Knowledge Agents in Early Modern Europe

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Lecture by Valentina Lepri on 21 October 2020
Date:
14/10/2020
Apocalypse of the Profane: Reconsidering Political Paranoia in the 20th Century

Apocalypse of the Profane: Reconsidering Political Paranoia in the 20th Century

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Lecture by Nicolas Guilhot on 14 October 2020
Date:
08/10/2020
Invisible and Visible Cities: Dystopia, Utopia, and Russia's Revolutions

Invisible and Visible Cities: Dystopia, Utopia, and Russia's Revolutions

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Lecture by Mark Steinberg on 12 October
Date:
02/10/2020
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