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Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

12 Octobre 2022

Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

The interdisciplinary conference centralises the temporal dimension of borders, borderlands, and border regions in and beyond 19th and 20th century Europe. Organised by the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) and the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN).
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The Microcosm of Clandestine Borders: Transgression and Subversion in the Interwar Years

12 Septembre 2022

The Microcosm of Clandestine Borders: Transgression and Subversion in the Interwar Years

Research seminar with Irene Portas Vazquez, doctoral researcher at the C²DH.
News
CfP: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

13 Juillet 2022

rédigé par :
Johanna Jaschik, Machteld Venken, Christoph Brüll

CfP: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

Conference organised by the C²DH and the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) on 15-16 December 2022 in Belval. Deadline for submission: 1 September.
Thinkering
Archives on cross-border cooperation

26 Avril 2022

rédigé par :
Estelle Bunout, Machteld Venken, Christoph Brüll

Where to find archives for the history of cross-border cooperation?

On March 24-25 2022, the C²DH welcomed archivists and digital humanists to discuss collections informing the history of cross-border cooperation in the Great Region.
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Talking Borders, Telling History – Border Perceptions from Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe

16 Mars 2022

Talking Borders, Telling History – Border Perceptions from Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe

Research seminar with Johanna Jaschik (PhD Candidate at the C²DH).
Thinkering
WARLUX workshop report Nina Janz

24 Janvier 2022

rédigé par :
Nina Janz

Workshop report: Zwangssoldaten, Malgré-Nous, Zwangsrekrutéiert? – Terms, Numbers and Statistics

Report of the WARLUX workshop from 14 October 2021.
Thinkering
Peripheries at the centre. Book by Machteld Venken

30 Novembre 2021

rédigé par :
Arnaud Sauer

Peripherien im Zentrum. Schulbildung im Grenzland im Europa der Zwischenkriegszeit

Aufzeichnunng des Webinars mit Machteld Venken vom 24. November 2021.
News
Podcast Machteld Venken

22 Novembre 2021

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken

‘Peripheries at the Centre’ on Podcast

On 27 October, Machteld Venken was interviewed about her newest monograph ‘Peripheries at the Centre. Borderland Schooling in Interwar Europe’ on the New Books Review
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Peripheries at the centre. Book by Machteld Venken

29 Octobre 2021

Peripherien im Zentrum. Schulbildung im Grenzland im Europa der Zwischenkriegszeit

Webinar von Machteld Venken im Rahmen von «FLUXUS - Série de conférences portant sur les migrations et les frontières dans l’espace de la Grande Région».
News
Peripheries at the centre. Book by Machteld Venken

7 Juillet 2021

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken

“Peripheries at the Centre” – book launch

C²DH Professor Machteld Venken’s latest monograph: “Peripheries at the Centre. Borderland Schooling in Interwar Europe” (Berghahn Books, 2021) was published in March 2021 in golden open access.
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Warlux project

30 Juin 2021

Zwangssoldaten, Malgré-Nous, Zwangsrekrutéiert? - Terms, Numbers and Statistics

Workshop organised by the WARLUX project team.
Thinkering
Randy Widdis

4 Juin 2020

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken

Lecture and workshop with Dr Randy Widdis on border studies

Randy Widdis, Professor Emeritus of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Regina in Canada, was invited to the C²DH in February 2020 for a “Hands-on History” lecture followed by a two-day workshop.
Thinkering
Borderlands study day

29 Mai 2020

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken

Study day on population movements in borderlands throughout Europe in the early years after the Second World War

On 13 May 2020, the C²DH hosted a first Webex study day for MA students on the “Displacement, resettlement, verification and nationalization after the Second World War” course taught by Professor Machteld Venken and Professor Denis Scuto.