European Seminar, 21 September at 5.00 pm, Talk by Anastasia Remes

The European Union Pavilions in World Expos between 1958 and 2010 by Anastasia Remes, European University Institute Tuesday, 21 September 2021, 5:00pm on Webex (to register please email : Adelina Stefan at Abstract: During the last two decades, scholars have increasingly stressed the importance of culture in the history of European integration. Studies have … Continued

Luxembourg: from steel to the knowledge economy and beyond

About this webinar Despite its small size in terms of geography (2,586km2) and population (626,100 people on 1 January 2020), Luxembourg has an open, dynamic, innovative economy that is one of the most successful at international level – in 2019 its GDP per capita was 261% the European average and its growth rate was the … Continued

Historicizing Media and Communication Concepts of the Digital Age

Friday 2 July 2021 (1.30 pm – 4.00 pm) Several of the most known and discussed concepts of the digital age predated the digitalization itselfand have been previously used in the “analogue times”. Other concepts were coined for the digitalsociety but have transformed and are continuously transforming over time. This panel selects some of these … Continued

International Round Table: “Different Cultures in Digital History”

8 June 2021 at 2.30pm (CEST), online The aim of the round table is to bring together specialists in digital history and experts who use digital tools in historical research and education. History as an academic field is undergoing major changes as a result of the transformative impact of digital technologies. These technologies affect the … Continued

Superstate or Tool of Nations? Rethinking the History of European Union

A seminar by Kiran Klaus Patel  Tuesday, 15 June, 5:00 PM CET via Webex (For Webex link please contact Adelina Stefan at Today it often appears as though the European Union has entered existential crisis after decades of success, condemned by its adversaries as a bureaucratic monster eroding national sovereignty: at best wasteful, at … Continued

EHI Seminar

On May 11, 2021 from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm we will receive, Jill Massino (Associate Professor, Department of History, University of North Carolina-Charlotte) on the topic: Ambiguous Transitions: Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Socialist and Postsocialist Romania. Drawing on oral history interviews, legislation, and media, this talk examines the gendered dimensions of life … Continued