History seminars at the IHR
Rethinking Modern Europe
Convenors: Dr Dejan Djokic (Goldsmiths), Dr Celia Donert (Liverpool), Dr Alex Drace-Francis (Amsterdam), Dr Christian Goeschel (Manchester), Dr Mary Hilson (UCL), Dr Simon Jackson (Birmingham), Professor Axel Körner (UCL), Professor Stephen Lovell (KCL), Professor Lucy Riall (EUI)
Venue: Peter Marshall Room, 204, unless otherwise noted in the programme, below.
Time: Wednesday, 5:30pm
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Axel Korner: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about the idea of the seminar, and about the convenors and speakers, see the Seminar's web page. The page is hosted by UCL's Centre for transnational history.
This seminar is generously sponsored by Lord Tugendhat
Panel: 'New research on popular and everyday culture in Eastern Europe in socialist times'
Coca-cola Socialism in Yugoslavia: How American Popular Culture Worked for Socialism
(In collaboration with the Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths)
Panel: Comparative perspectives on museums and cultural exchanges
Transnational connections in a Europe of cities: Planning the new art gallery, Manchester 1905
Chair: Axel Körner
Discussion and launch of:
Frederick F. Anscombe,
Discussants: Alex Drace-Francis (Amsterdam) and Ben Fortna (SOAS)
Chair: Simon Jackson (Birmingham)
Venue: Wolfson Room II (Basement IHR)