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We investigate the global, comparative, and transnational history of Europe since 1400

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Global, comparative, and transnational approaches to the history of Europe in the world since 1400.

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29 September 2022

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Diversifying the history of Europe: EUI welcomes Professor Monika Baar

Professor Monika Baar joined the EUI on 1 September 2022 as Joint Chair in the History of East-Central and South-Eastern Europe, late 19th century to the present, at the Department of History and Robert Schuman Centre. Previously, she was Professor at Leiden University.

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Catherine Lefèvre wins poster prize at CIVICA Research Conference

Catherine Lefèvre, EUI Max Weber Fellow at the History Department, is the winner of the poster competition hosted by the Central European University (CEU) in the framework of the first CIVICA Research Conference. The event took place on 1-2 September at the CEU’s Budapest campus.

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New project on queer pasts to diversify our history

A webpage for a major new project on Queer Histories in German-speaking Europe launched this week. In an interview, principal investigator at the EUI Professor Benno Gammerl gives more information about the origins, scope and aim of the network.

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Global and Transnational History: What is European History in the 21st Century?

How can European History illuminate the global and transnational dynamics which have shaped the lives of differently situated Europeans?

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VIDEO: Three-minute presentations of Ph.D. research topics

War for Sale in the Nineteenth Century: a study of Peninsular War veterans' memoirs - Matilda Greig

Spiritual Empire: Spanish Diplomacy and Latin America in the 1920s - Gaël Sánchez Cano

National responses to internal displacement and sovereignty - Ileana Dana Nicolau

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