Professor Federico Romero gives a presentation on “The promises of 1989 vs. current predicaments” at the conference “The Fall of the Berlin Wall: Thirty Years After. The End of the Cold War and its Repercussions for Today” taking place in Utrecht on 9 November 2019. Read More…
Professor Federico Romero participates to the final roundtable of the international conference “1989: Abbau des Eisernen Vorhangs – Ende des Kommunismus?” which takes place on 7 and 8 October 2019 in Graz. More info
Angela Romano co-organizes the International academic conference “The World System of Socialism: global and regional aspects Towards the 70th anniversary of COMECON formation” (Moscow, 3-4 October 2019) with Dr Mikhail Lipkin (Director of the Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences) and Dr Suvi Kansikas Read More…
Angela Romano and Maximilian Graf give presentations at the workshop “Die Grundlagen der Ost- und Entspannungspolitik in der Ära Breschnjew 1964-1975” taking place in Vienna on 26 and 27 September 2019. Programme
Adelina Stefan gives a presentation entitled “Between Comecon and EEC: Socialist Romania and the Challenges of Globalization in the long 1970s” at the workshop “The opposition within: Romania and the CMEA policy towards the EEC, 1957-1989” taking place at the University of Targoviste on 6 September 2019. Read More…
Angela Romano gives a presentation entitled “Getting involved, via Europe first: The strategies and choices of European socialist countries vis-à-vis the 1970s globalising trends” at the European Historical Economics Society Conference (EHES 2019), taking place in Paris on 29-31 August 2019.
Aleksandra Komornicka won the Saki Ruth Dockrill Memorial Prize at the International Graduate Students Conference on the Cold War at the George Washington University with her paper “The Unity of Europe is inevitable: Poland and the European Economic Community in the 1970s”.
PanEur1970s research associate Maximilian Graf’s book “Austria and the German Question 1987-90” has received a very favorably review in the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Please click here to see the review.
Pavel Szobi gives a presentation entitled “Fly OK, fly CSA: Czechoslovak Airlines between East and West during the normalization period” at Baltic Connections: Conference in Social Science History, March 21-24, University of Helsinki, Finland. Baltic Connection Programme
Adelina Stefan gives a presentation entitled “East-West Business Entanglements in the Cold War: Pan Am and International Tourism in Socialist Romania of the 1960s-1980s” at Baltic Connections: Conference in Social Science History, March 21-24, University of Helsinki, Finland. Baltic Connections Programme