Advanced search  Clear Search
 
 

Thesis defence: The Making of the Geneva Conventions. Decolonization, the Cold War, and the Birth of Humanitarian Law


Department of History and Civilization

The Geneva Conventions of 1949 are generally considered the most important codified rules ever formulated for times of war. Conventional wisdom considers them as a liberal humanitarian response to the...


Examiner:
Federico Romero (EUI - HEC)
Prof Paul Betts (University of Oxford)
Prof Samuel Moyn (Yale University)

Supervisor:
Prof. Dirk Moses

Contact:
Miriam Felicia Curci - Send a mail

Defendant:
Boyd Van Dijk (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Location:
Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more The Making of the Geneva Conventions. Decolonization, the Cold War, and the Birth of Humanitarian Law

Thesis defence: The Rise of Euro-journalism. The Media and the European Communities, 1950s-1970s


Department of History and Civilization

The thesis traces the rise of Euro-journalism. It argues that the Euro-journalists – a group of influential journalists in Brussels and across Western Europe – were instrumental in shifting the repres...


Examiner:
Piers Ludlow (London School of Economics)
Kiran Klaus Patel (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich)
Prof. Youssef Cassis (EUI)

Supervisor:
Federico Romero (EUI - HEC)

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

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

Location:
Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more The Rise of Euro-journalism. The Media and the European Communities, 1950s-1970s

Thesis defence: Reinventing liberalism: Early neo-liberalism in context, 1920-1947


Department of History and Civilization

The thesis is a close study of a transnational group of intellectuals, mainly economists, who met in Paris in 1938 and at Mont Pèlerin in 1947 with the explicit aim to create a new liberalism for the ...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

Examiner:
Prof. Youssef Cassis (EUI)
Prof. Joao Rodrigues (Universidade de Coimbra)
Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic (Scences-Po, Paris)

Supervisor:
Prof. Lucy Riall (EUI - HEC)

Defendant:
Ola Innset (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Location:
Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more Reinventing liberalism: Early neo-liberalism in context, 1920-1947

Thesis defence: Provincializing Enlightenment: the Ideas and Portrayals of Volhynia and Podole by its Residents, 1790 – 1860.


Department of History and Civilization

This thesis explores how the szlachta and residents of the geographically, socially, and politically distinctive regions of Volhynia and Podole reflected on and made representations of the Enlightenme...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

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

Defendant:
Tetiana Onofriichuk (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Prof. Ann Thomson (EUI - HEC)
Dr. Struck Bernhard (University of St Andrews)
Prof. Kateryna Dysa (National University "Kyiv-Mohila Academy")

Location:
Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more Provincializing Enlightenment: the Ideas and Portrayals of Volhynia and Podole by its Residents, 1790 – 1860.

Thesis defence: Scarcity and Misery at the time of Abundance beyond Imagination Climate Change, Famines and Empire-Building in Ottoman Anatolia (c. 1800-1850)


Department of History and Civilization

This study examines the effects of climate change on the early-nineteenth century socio-political transformation of the Ottoman Empire by analyzing the institutionalization of an imperial political-ec...


Supervisor:
Luca Molà (EUI and University of Warwick)

Defendant:
Semih Çelik (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Suraiya Faroqhi (Istanbul Bilgi University)
Stéphane Van Damme (EUI and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris)
Alan Mikhail (Yale University)

Contact:
Miriam Felicia Curci - Send a mail

Location:
Sala del Camino - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more Scarcity and Misery at the time of Abundance beyond Imagination Climate Change, Famines and Empire-Building in Ottoman Anatolia (c. 1800-1850)

Thesis defence: French empire on the ground: Plants, peoples, and knowledge in the service of eighteenth-century Isle de France


Department of History and Civilization

This dissertation examines the globally connected project of plant accumulation on Isle de France in the second half of the eighteenth century, focusing distinctly on the roles and activities of local...


Contact:
Miriam Felicia Curci - Send a mail

Examiner:
Regina Grafe
Lissa Roberts (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Sujit Sivasundaram (University of Cambridge)

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

Defendant:
Dorit Maria Nicola Brixius (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Location:
Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle
Read more French empire on the ground: Plants, peoples, and knowledge in the service of eighteenth-century Isle de France
Displaying 26 to 50 of 31
Previous 12Next

Page last updated on 12 March 2018