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History Department Colloquium 2017-2018

Lecture series organised by Profs. Corinna Unger and Luca Molà

The History Department Research Colloquium offers an informal setting within which permanent and visiting faculty can present their current research.The Department Colloquium is a forum where faculty, researchers and post-docs can come together in the serious discussion of ongoing faculty research at the EUI.


The British empire and the expansion of Islam, 1830-1940


Speaker: John Slight (University of Cambridge and Visiting Fellow, EUI)

7 February 2018

New Christians and Spain’s Involvement in (Re-)Structuring Portugal's Trade with Asia, c. 1602-1610

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Speaker: George Bryan Souza (University of Texas, San Antonio and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

24 January 2018

Enlightenment, Catholicism, and a Central European "Jeu d'échelles". Maximilian Hell and Jesuit Science in an Age of Accommodation


Speaker: László Kontler (Central University Budapest and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

06 December 2017

Adriatic Perspectives: Memory and Identity on a Transnational European Periphery 


Speaker: Borut Klabjan (Marie Curie Fellow, EUI)

29 November 2017

Bodies Across Borders: Oral and Visual Memory in Europe and Beyond 


Speakers: Luisa Passerini (BABE Principal Investigator), Iris van Huis and Leslie Nancy Hernández Nova (BABE Research Associates)

22 November 2017

Charity or Justice? NGOs, Humanitarianism and the Search for a New World Order, 1968-82


Speaker: Kevin O'Sullivan (National University of Ireland, Galway)

26 October 2017

Modern Europe, c.1760s-2000. A Transnational History


Speaker: Bernhard Struck (University of St. Andrews and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

11 October 2017






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