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Pal Germuska gives a presentation at HSE in Moscow

Senior Research Fellow Pal Germuska gives a presentation titled “The Hungarian State Bureaucracy Elite and the European Integration during the 1970s” at the Workshop in Economic History and Development “Understanding economic growth and development in Central and Eastern Europe”. The workshop takes place at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow on 2-3 […]

Pal Germuska presents the PanEur1970s project at the University of Geneva

Senior Research Fellow Pal Germuska presents the PanEur1970s project at the Conference “Models of Economic and Social Planning in Cold War Europe – Competition, Cooperation, Circulations (1950s-1970s)”, taking place at the University of Geneva on 26-27 May 2016. Conference programme

Angela Romano gives a lecture at the University of Perugia

Senior Research Fellow Angela Romano gives a lecture at the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Perugia on 25 May 2016. The lecture, titled “L’Ostpolitik della Comunità europea e la risposta dell’Est”, is part of the Jean Monnet lecture series “The EU Neighbourhood Policy: The Eastern Partnership and EU-Russia Relations” coordinated by Dr. […]

Post-doctoral position (24 months): GDR and European cooperation in the 1970s – DEADLINE: 31/05/2016

We are looking for a research associate to study these debates in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) by exploring and analysing archival as well as published sources. More specifically, s/he will do research on East Germany’s socialist elites’ views, policies, and ideas on the processes of European cooperation and integration in the 1970s. The […]

3-year PhD Studentship at the University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow offers a 3-year PhD Studentship (including fees and living expenses) from September 2016, in the framework of the HERA project ‘Reputation, Risk and Moral Hazard in Sovereign Debt Markets’. The successful student will be part of a larger international team of academics from Scotland, Switzerland, Spain and Sweden exploring uses of the […]

Angela Romano teaches at the University of Economics in Prague

Senior Research Fellow Angela Romano teaches the 20-academic-hour intensive MA course “From Division to Cooperation: West and East Europe in the Cold War and beyond” at the University of Economics in Prague (VSE) in March 2016.  

Federico Romero gives a lecture at the University of Sheffield

Project Director Federico Romero has been invited by the “Cultures of the Cold War” group of the University of Sheffield to give a lecture on 2 May 2016. The talk, entitled “The place of Europe in the Late-Cold War Rise of Globalization” reviews the main interpretative assumptions on the late 20th century rise of globalization, relates them […]

Federico Romero gives a lecture a the University of Konstanz

Project Director Federico Romero gives a lecture a the University of Konstanz on 21 April 2016. The talk, titled “The Place of Europe in the late-Cold War Rise of Globalization” is given in the framework of the Ph.D. Program “Europe in the Globalized World”.

Call for Papers: (Re)Thinking Yugoslav Internationalism – DEADLINE: 28/02/2016

The Centre for Southeast European Studies of the University of Graz and the University of Exeter have launched a Call for Papers for the Conference “(Re)Thinking Yugoslav Internationalism – Cold War global entanglements and their legacies”, taking place in Graz, Austria on 30 September – 1 October 2016. For more than forty years, Yugoslavia was one of the […]