Senior Research Fellow Angela Romano participates to the Symposium “Sizing Up The Cold War: History And Legacies Thirty Years Later”, as discussant in the framework of the roundtable “How important was the Cold War in the International History of the twentieth century?”. The event takes place at the University of Amsterdam on 24 May 2019. Programme
Presentations and lectures
Ph.D. Researcher Aleksandra Komornicka gives a presentation at the International Graduate Student Conference on the Cold War at the George Washington University on 2-4 May 2019. Her presentation is titled “’The Unity of Europe is inevitable’: Poland and the European Economic Community in the 1970s”.
Senior Research Fellow Angela Romano teaches the courses “History in International Relations”, “European Union Politics” and “History and Civilization” (co-taught with Benedetto Zaccaria) in the framework of the Global Governance BA curriculum at the University of Rome-Tor Vergata during the Second Term 2018-2019.
The PanEur190s team participates to the “Baltic Connections: Conference in Social Science History”, taking place from 21 to 23 March 2019 at the University of Helsinki. In the framework of the “Transportation and Internationalization” panel, Adelina Stefan gives a presentation titled “East-West Business Entanglements in the Cold War: Pan Am and International Tourism in Socialist Romania […]
Research Associate Pavel Szobi presents the PanEur1970s project at The Business History Conference in Cartagena on 16 March 2019. Programme
Research Associate Adelina Stefan participates to the workshop “Reaching out to the world: Eastern European regimes beyond the communist bloc”, taking place at the Institute for Advanced Study of the University of Bucharest on 28 January 2019. Her presentation is titled “Bridging Europe during the Cold War – International tourism as `soft diplomacy’ in socialist Romania of the […]
Research Associate Adelina Stefan gives a presentation at the workshop “East-West transnational networks and cultural exchanges during the period of détente”, taking place on 11 December 2018 at the University of Fribourg. Her presentation is titled “Cold War from Below: Tourist Encounters in Socialist Romania of the 1960s-1980s”.
Research Associate Benedetto Zaccaria gives a presentation titled “Yugoslavia’s road to Western European Integration: Actors, Questions, Limits” at the Imre Kertész Kolleg, Jena on 13 December 2018. Programme
Project Director Federico Romero discusses the paper by Dr. Michele Di Donato at the workshop “Social Democratic Internationalism in the Long 1970s: Between the Cold War and Globalization” taking place in Paris on 17 December 2018.
Ph.D. Researcher Aleksandra Komornicka gives a presentation at the Kroužek Workshop, taking place at the University of California, Berkeley on 4 December 2018. Her presentation is titled “Détente, Technology and the Debt Crisis: the Case of Berliet Bus production in Poland”.