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Thesis defence: A 'Global’ casa? The Bouligny Family (1700-1800)


Department of History and Civilization

Registration is required: this thesis defence will be held online via Zoom. Should you wish to attend, please contact [email protected] by Pablo Hernandez Sau:A Global casa? The Boulignys...


Contact:
Fabrizio Borchi (EUI - Department of History and Civilization) - Send a mail

Examiner:
James Amelang (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
Prof. Luca Molà (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)
Julie Marfany (Durham University)

Supervisor:
Regina Grafe (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Discussant:
Pablo Hérnandez Sau (EUI)

Location:
Outside EUI premises - Via Zoom
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Thesis defence: Le monde au bout des doigts. François Le Large, le globe de Coronelli et les cultures géographiques dans la France de Louis XIV


Department of History and Civilization

Registration is required: this thesis defence will be held online via Zoom. Should you wish to attend, please contact [email protected] by Martin Vailly:My doctoral thesis explores the co...


Defendant:
Martin Vailly (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Stéphane Van Damme (EUI and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris)
Juan Pimentel (Spanish National Research Council)

Supervisor:
Jorge Flores (European University Institute)

Co-Supervisor:
Christian Jacob (EHESS)

Location:
Outside EUI premises - Via Zoom
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Lecture: HEC Inaugural Lecture: 'Woodrow Wilson and the Reimagining of Eastern Europe'


Department of History and Civilization

The lecture will consider the evolution of Woodrow Wilson's ideas about Eastern Europe during World War I as a problem of mental mapping, and will discuss how Wilson's ideas about the region c...


Location:
Sala del Consiglio - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Thesis defence: A Turning Point in the Yugoslav National Question. No More Room for Yugoslavs


Department of History and Civilization

In the first postwar years, the CPY followed Lenin’s thesis on the merging of the nations, which they emphasized in their speeches. However, the merging would occur only after the nations would reach ...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

Examiner:
Prof. Hannes Grandits (Humboldt University, Berlin)
Pieter Judson (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)
Iva Lucic (Uppsala Universitet)

Supervisor:
Pavel Kolar (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Discussant:
Tomaz Ivesic (EUI)

Location:
Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Seminar series: Inequalities between men and women and gender violence: do they really go together?


Academic Service Department of Economics Department of History and Civilization Department of Political and Social Sciences

Seminar of the Inequality, Welfare and Social Justice cluster


Organiser:
Prof. Laura Lee Downs
Prof. Anton Hemerijck (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)
Prof. Thomas Crossley (University of Essex)

Contact:
Serena Belligoli (EUI - Academic Service) - Send a mail

Speaker:
Prof. Francesca Bettio (University of Siena)

Location:
Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Lecture: Invisible and Visible Cities: Dystopia, Utopia, and Russia’s Revolutions


Department of History and Civilization

Lecture in the framework of the Soviet and Post Soviet Studies Working GroupThis talk, from a book in progress on Russian Utopia, explores how Russian and Soviet cities were experienced as destructi...


Contact:
Fabrizio Borchi (EUI - Department of History and Civilization) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Alexander Etkind (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Speaker:
University of Illinois Mark Steinberg

Location:
Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Lecture: Apocalypse of the Profane: Reconsidering Political Paranoia in the 20th Century


Department of History and Civilization

The rise of populist movements has given a new lease on life to psychological explanations of political behavior. The classical statement in this respect is Richard Hofstadter’s 1964 article on the ...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

Organiser:
Giorgio Riello
Federico Romero (EUI - HEC)

Speaker:
Nicolas Guilhot (EUI)

Location:
Sala del Consiglio - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Research seminar: Expertise under pressure: the shock of the Old


Academic Service Department of Economics Department of History and Civilization Department of Law

Monthly seminar of the Inedisciplinary Research Cluster "Crisis of Expert Knowledge and Authority"


Contact:
Serena Belligoli (EUI - Academic Service) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. David Levine (Washington University in St. Louis & EUI)
Prof. Peter Drahos (EUI - Law Department)

Speaker:
Stéphane Van Damme (EUI and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris)

Location:
Outside EUI premises - via Zoom
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Lecture: Reversing Viewpoint: Travelling Students as Knowledge Agents in Early Modern Europe


Department of History and Civilization

Academic migration is a phenomenon that has developed in parallel with European universities since the Middle Ages. This is because the most renowned study centres were concentrated in certain geograp...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

Organiser:
Giorgio Riello
Federico Romero (EUI - HEC)

Speaker:
Valentina Lepri (Polish Academy of Sciences and Fernand Braudel Fellow)

Location:
Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Thesis defence: The Distant Land of the Byzantine Holy Golden Cross in Early Modern Ottoman Istanbul : From the Istavros Waqf-Village and Royal Garden to the Beylerbeyi Neighbourhood on the Shores of the Bosphorus


Department of History and Civilization

Over the course of the eighteenth century, Ottoman Istanbul gradually expanded into its hinterland along the shores of the Bosphorus with new constructions orchestrated by the sultans and the ruling e...


Contact:
Miriam Felicia Curci - Send a mail

Defendant:
Nazli Songülen (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Giancarlo Casale
Tülay Artan (Sabanci University)
Christoph K. Neumann (Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat München)

Supervisor:
Stéphane Van Damme (EUI and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris)

Location:
Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle
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