THE LONG DÉTENTE
feb20

THE LONG DÉTENTE

Oliver Bange – Poul Villaume THE LONG DÉTENTE Changing Concepts of Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1950s–1980s At defining the framework for a history of East-West relations between 1945 and 1991, mainstream historiography has habitually been referring to it as “the Cold War”, generally reducing it to the confrontation between two superpowers, and overlooking the many countries who were also participants. This book...

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Building Confessional Identities in the Ottoman Empire
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Building Confessional Identities in the Ottoman Empire

Giornata di studi: Building​​ Confessional Identities in the​​ Ottoman Empire 06 febbraio 2017, École française de Rome La collaborazione in età moderna tra autorità politiche e gerarchie ecclesiastiche nell’imposizione di un’uniformità religiosa e nella creazione di marcatori identitari esclusivi è stata tradizionalmente studiata all’interno del quadro interpretativo della “confessionalizzazione” – un concetto nato per il caso...

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Family and social mobility in Russia, 16th‑18th centuries
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Family and social mobility in Russia, 16th‑18th centuries

Segnaliamo l’uscita del num. 57/2016 Cahiers du monde russe http://monderusse.revues.org/ 8350 Famille et mobilité sociale en Russie, XVIe‑XVIIIe siècles Family and social mobility in Russia, 16th‑18th...

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Les noblesses en Europe centrale
nov27

Les noblesses en Europe centrale

SÉM: Histoire comparée de l’Europe centrale de 1700 à nos jours. États, identités, populations et territoires Programme Séance du 9 décembre: Les noblesses en Europe centrale. -Eric Hassler (Université de Strasbourg, ARCHE), « Les appartenances multiples de l’aristocratie « viennoise », 1650-1800. » -Radmila Svaričková Slabáková (Université d’Olomouc), « Les stratégies familiales de la noblesse : l’exemple de la famille des comtes...

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“The Balkan Jews & the Minority Issue in South-Eastern Europe”
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“The Balkan Jews & the Minority Issue in South-Eastern Europe”

ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE D’ÉTUDES DU SUD-EST EUROPÉEN (AIESEE) POLISH COMMISSION OF BALKAN CULTURE AND HISTORY 2nd Warsaw AIESEE International Workshop The Balkan Jews & the Minority Issue in South- Eastern Europe 7th – 9th November 2016 Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, Dobra 72, Warsaw http://www.aiesee.org/en/component/content/frontpage.html The Polish Commission of Balkan Culture and History as a full member of Association...

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CfP: Migration and Refugees in the Balkans and East Central  Europe
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CfP: Migration and Refugees in the Balkans and East Central Europe

Migration and Refugees in the Balkans and East Central Europe between the Fifteenth and Twentieth Centuries Hungarian Historical Review – issue 2017/3 Deadline : September 30, 2016. Special Editors: Ulf Brunnbauer & Gábor Demeter Migration and refugee flight have always been key phenomena in the Balkans and East Central Europe, shaping both the ethnic-religious character of the region and its social and economic structures....

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