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Rolf Petri has joined the Network

Rolf Petri, full professor of Contemporary History at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works, see his member page.

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Rolf Petri

Rolf Petri is full professor of Contemporary History at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Born in 1957, in 1982 he gained the graduation in Political Science from Philipps-University Marburg and in 1988 the doctoral degree in History from the European University Institute in Florence.

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Nicolas Detering has joined the Network

Nicolas Detering, Junior Professor of German Literature at the University of Konstanz and, with Albrecht Koschorke and Kirsten Mahlke, founder of the Research Centre ‘European Cultures in a Multipolar World’ at the University of Konstanz has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works, see his member page.

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October 15, 2018 in Latest News, News by

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Nicolas Detering

Nicolas Detering is Junior Professor of German Literature at the University of Konstanz. He holds degrees from the Universities of Oxford and Freiburg. Together with Albrecht Koschorke and Kirsten Mahlke he has recently founded the Research Centre ‘European Cultures in a Multipolar World’ at the University of Konstanz.

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Marek Stanisz has joined the Network

Marek Stanisz, professor of Polish and literary studies at the University of Rzeszów (Poland), has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works, see his member page.

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Marek Stanisz

Marek Stanisz is a professor of Polish and literary studies at the University of Rzeszów (Poland). He is interested with Romantic literature (especially Romantic literary consciousness and criticism as well as Polish Romanticism in the European context), history of ideas and the relationship between philosophy and literature, and literature and other arts.

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August 4, 2018 in Members, News by

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Mediterranean Europe(s) Conference Programme | Naples 4-6 July 2018

The programme of 9th Annual Symposium of the Research Network, ‘Mediterranean Europe(s): Images and Ideas of Europe from the Mediterranean Shores’ has now been finalised.

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July 3, 2018 in Conferences, Latest News, News by

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Europeanization, What Else?! Ideas and Practices Since the 18th Century

Europeanization, What Else?! Ideas and Practices Since the 18th Century
13.06.2019 – 15.06.2019 University of Graz
Organizer: Department of Legal History and the Development of European Law (University
of Graz); Research Network on the History of the Idea of Europe (University of East Anglia)
URL: http://www.historyideaofeurope.org

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Sara Sermini has joined the Network

Sara Sermini, Ph.D candidate at the Istituto di studi italiani of the University of Lugano, has now joined the Network. For her short bio and for a selection of her works, see her member page.

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Sara Sermini

Sara Sermini is a Ph.D candidate at the Istituto di studi italiani of the University of Lugano.

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Mediterranean Europe(s): Images and Ideas of Europe from the Mediterranean Shores

9th Annual Symposium of the Research Network on the History of the Idea of Europe Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici – Naples 4-6 July 2018 The economic crisis of the late 2000s, the growing Euroscepticism, and the refugee crisis have recently highlighted the geo-political and geo-cultural centrality of the Mediterranean in any issue concerning […]

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Europe and the East: Self and Other in the History of the European Idea

Europe and the East: Self and Other in the History of the European Idea. University of East Anglia, Norwich
14-16 June 2017

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The Bonds that Unite – Conference Report

A detailed report of the conference ‘The Bonds that Unite’? Historical Perspectives on European Solidarity’, held in Augsburg in June, has been published. To access it, click here.

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October 12, 2016 in Call for Papers, Latest News, Past Events by

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Paulo Esmeraldo Catarino Lopes

Paulo Esmeraldo Catarino Lopes, PhD Researcher, is integrated member of the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM) and the Portuguese Centre for Global History (CHAM), both Research Units of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – FCSH-NOVA) of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. After graduating in History at the Faculty of Letters of the […]

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Paulo Lopes has joined the Network

Paulo Esmeraldo Catarino Lopes, PhD Researcher, is integrated member of the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM) and the Portuguese Centre for Global History (CHAM). For his short bio and for a selection of his works, see his member page.

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Marialuisa Lucia Sergio has joined the Network

Marialuisa Lucia Sergio is researcher at the Italian Institute of German Studies and adjunct professor at the Department of Education Sciences of University Roma-Tre. For her short bio and for a selection of her works, see her member page.

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Marialuisa Lucia Sergio

Marialuisa Lucia Sergio is researcher at the Italian Institute of German Studies and adjunct professor at the Department of Education Sciences of University Roma-Tre.

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‘The Bonds That Unite?’ Historical Perspectives on European Solidarity

International Conference, June 23-25, 2016, University of Augsburg Conference Venue: Evangelisches Forum Annahof, Im Annahof 4, 86150 Augsburg Chair for Contemporary History (University Augsburg) / Research Network on the History of the Idea of Europe (www.historyideaofeurope.org), supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Jakob-Fugger-Zentrum (JFZ) and the Association of Friends of the University of Augsburg (GDF). […]

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May 11, 2016 in Call for Papers, Latest News by

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L’émigration politique en Suisse au XXE Siècle: Pratiques, Réseaux, Résonances

Organisées à Reims les 9 et 10 février 2017, ces deux journées d’études auront pour ambition d’explorer les différentes facettes de l’émigration politique en Suisse au XXe siècle. Même si le phénomène n’a pas constitué la part la plus importante des flux humains dont le pays a été le point d’arrivée, il n’en demeure pas moins […]

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March 1, 2016 in Call for Papers, Latest News, Past Events by

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Paola Cattani has joined the Network

Paola Cattani, former student of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and Pisa, former post-doc student at the Collège de France and currently working at the Università degli Studi di Milano, has joined the Network. For her short bio and for a selection of her works, see her member page.

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July 29, 2015 in Latest News by

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Paola Cattani

Paola Cattani holds a PhD from the University of Pisa (2007). She is a former student of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and Pisa and a former post-doc student at the Collège de France. She is currently working at the Università degli Studi di Milano.

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Gavin Murray-Miller has joined the Network

Gavin Murray-Miller, Lecturer in Modern History at Cardiff University, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works, see his member page.

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July 21, 2015 in Latest News by

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Gavin Murray-Miller

Gavin Murray-Miller is a Lecturer in Modern History at Cardiff University. His current research examines nineteenth-century imperialism, nationality and cosmopolitanism in a comparative European context.

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Mats Andrén has joined the Network

Koen Van Zon, Professor of History of Ideas and Science at Göteborg University and deputy dean for the Faculty of Arts, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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Mats Andrén

Mats Andrén has been Professor in The History of Ideas and Science at Göteborg University since 2005. From 2011 he has been deputy dean for the Faculty of Arts.

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Koen Van Zon has joined the Network

Koen Van Zon, PhD Candidate and Junior Lecturer at the History Department of the Radboud University Nijmegen, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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Koen Van Zon

Koen Van Zon is PhD Candidate and Junior Lecturer at the History Department of the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

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Amotz Giladi has joined the Network

Amotz Giladi, Lecturer at the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), Paris, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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Amotz Giladi

Amotz Giladi received his M. A. in History and his PhD in Sociology of Literature at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris).

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Enoncer l’Europe: discours, récits, idées.

Call for papers: Vol 2 (2015) – No 2 – “Enoncer l’Europe: discours, récits, idées”

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March 22, 2015 in Latest News, Past Events by

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The Bonds That Unite?

Call for Papers ‘The Bonds That Unite?’ Historical Perspectives on European Solidarity University of Augsburg on June 23-25, 2016   The concept of “solidarity” is in many respects fundamental to the European project. While pro-European intellectuals had long applied it as a more or less abstract reference, the concept evolved into a solid cornerstone of […]

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Lydia Schmuck has joined the Network

Lydia Schmuck, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Hamburgà,  has now joined the Network. For her short bio and for a selection of herworks on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see her member page.

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January 26, 2015 in Latest News by

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Lydia Schmuck

Lydia Schmuck started, in 2012, a postdoctoral research project at the University of Hamburg (funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG). Her research interests cover the literary figuration of Europe, literary manifestation of political ideas, postmodern conceptualizations of memory and identity, cultural theory and visualization and spatialization of ideas.

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Marinus Ossewaarde has joined the Network

Marinus Ossewaarde, Associate Professor in sociology of governance at the University of Twente, Netherlands, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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Marinus Ossewaarde

Marinus Ossewaarde is Associate Professor in sociology of governance at the University of Twente, Netherlands.

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Narrating Europe

Call for Papers   Narrating Europe   Panel/mini-symposium as part of the XXII International Conference of Europeanists Sciences Po – Paris 8-10 July 2015   A.J.P. Taylor once remarked, rather trenchantly, that ‘European history is whatever the historian wants it to be’. He highlighted the difficulties of defining what European history actually is, when it […]

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August 14, 2014 in Past Events by

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The Great War and the Idea of Europe

International Conference The Great War and the Idea of Europe University College London London, 30 July – 1 August 2014  — Wednesday 30 July SSEES Building 14-16 Taviton Street, London Room 347 9.00 am Registration and Welcoming Remarks Session 1 (9.30 – 11.00) Representing Europe during the Great War Jan Vermeiren (University of East Anglia), […]

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June 25, 2014 in Past Events by

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Branislav Radeljić has joined the Network

Branislav Radeljić, Associate Professor in International Politics within the School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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December 5, 2013 in Latest News, News by

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Branislav Radeljić

Branislav Radeljić (PhD Goldsmiths, University of London, 2011) is Associate Professor in International Politics within the School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London.

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Marcello Verga has joined the Network

Marcello Verga, Professor of Modern History at the University of Florence, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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October 23, 2013 in Latest News, News by

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Marcello Verga

Since 2000, Marcello Verga has been Full Professor at the Faculty of Political Science ‘Cesare Alfieri’, at the University of Florence.He is also Professor at the PhD School of the University of Florence and chairman, since 2012, of the Italian Society for the History of the Modern Age (SISEM).

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Fernanda Gallo has joined the Network

Fernanda Gallo, a Phd student in political theory at the University of Lugano, has now joined the Network. For her short bio and for a selection of her works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see her member page.

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October 22, 2013 in Latest News, News by

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Fernanda Gallo

Fernanda Gallo is Teaching Fellow in Italian Politics at the Department of Politics, Languages and International Relations at the University of Bath and researcher within the SINERGIA project at the Università della Svizzera italiana.

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Florian Greiner has joined the Network

Florian Greiner, research assistant at the University of Augsburg, has now joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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July 24, 2013 in Latest News, News by

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Florian Greiner

Florian Greiner studied History, Political Science and Public Law at the Universities of Freiburg and Vienna. He is currently a research assistant at the University of Augsburg.

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July 24, 2013 in Members, News by

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Notions of Revolution and Changing Images of Europe

Mini-Symposium at the XX International conference of Europeanists. Amsterdam – 25-27 June 2013
Throughout its intellectual, cultural, social and political history, the notion of ‘revolution’ – in its many, different meanings – has had a fundamental impact on the way Europe imagined and defined itself.

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June 28, 2013 in Latest News, Past Events by

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Tolerant Europe: Inclusions, exclusions and minorities and the construction of Europe. 1680-1789

Mini-Symposium at the XX International conference of Europeanists. Amsterdam – 25-27 June 2013
Some of the most important cultural, social and intellectual changes taking place in eighteenth-century Europe are tied to the shift occurring in the notion of ‘tolerance’.

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Francesca Lacaita has joined the Network

Francesca Lacaita, Italian Italian Government Lector at the University of St Andrews, has now joined the Network. For hershort bio and for a selection of her works on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see her member page.

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May 26, 2013 in Latest News, News by

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Francesca Lacaita

Francesca Lacaita is Italian Italian Government Lector at the University of St Andrews. received her Doctorate at the University of Genoa with a thesis on the images and discourses of the nation in the early-nineteenth century Irish national tale.

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CFP: (RE)CONSTRUCTING COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE, 1918-1968

International conference: Radboud University Nijmegen / Utrecht University – Soeterbeeck Study Center • 18 – 20 December 2013

Conceptions of community were at the heart of inter- and post-war discourses of (re)construction, both in communist Eastern Europe and the democratic West. Building on political and scientific discourses of community-building, and infused by the traumatic ruptures in (local) society during the Second World War, the idea of creating and sustaining social coherence became a shared consensus.

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Diego Lucci has joined the Network

Diego Lucci, Associate Professor of History and Philosophy and the Chair of the Department of History and Civilizations at the American University in Bulgaria has joined the Network. For his short bio and for a selection of his books on the history of the idea of Europe and of European identity, see his member page.

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February 6, 2013 in Latest News by

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Diego Lucci

Diego Lucci is an Associate Professor of History and Philosophy and the Chair of the Department of History and Civilizations at the American University in Bulgaria. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Naples “Federico II” in 2004 and also taught at Boston University and the University of Missouri St. Louis.

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Danilo Breschi

Danilo Breschi is Professor of History of Modern Constitutions and History of Political Institutions at LUSPIO University in Rome. He also taught at Stanford University–Bing Overseas Studies Program in Florence. He is member of the Scientific Board of Istituto Storico per il Pensiero Liberale (ISPLI) and Senior Fellow of the Department of History and Society of Istituto di Politica (IdP).

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CFP: Notions of Revolution and Changing Images of Europe

Panel at the XX International Conference of Europeanists – Amsterdam, The Netherlands • 25-27 June 2013

Throughout its intellectual, cultural, social and political history, the notion of ‘revolution’ – in its many, different meanings – has had a fundamental impact on the way Europe imagined and defined itself.

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CFP: Tolerant Europe

A call for papers for a panel entitled Tollerant Europe: Inclusions, exclusions and minorities and the construction of Europe. 1680-1789 has been published. The panel is part of the XX International Conference of Europeanists that will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 25-27 June  2013. The deadline for submission of abstract is 1 October 2012. […]

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