Historisk forskerseminar vår 2020

Historisk forskerseminar vår 2020

NT 408, tirsdager, 16.15-17.45

28.1.

Beñat Elortza
(Göteborg)

Polity Consolidation, Military Transformation and Social Change in Sweden, c. 1200-1300

4.2.

Synne Correll
(HL-senteret)

Inndragningen av jøders formue under okkupasjonen: vekselvirkning mellom de norske og tyske okkupasjonsmyndighetene

18.2.

Maria Fritsche (NTNU) og Patrick Bernhard
(IAKH)

Violence at the Periphery – Peripheral Violence? World War II and Occupation in Norway and North Africa

25.2.

Ruth Hemstad (NB/IAKH)

The Rise and Fall of Pan-Nordic Diaspora Associations in the Long Nineteenth Century

2.3., obs: ma., 14.15-16.00

Carolyn Biltoft
(Geneva)
sted: NT 12. etasje

Medusa’s Eternal Recurrence. History, Myth and the “World Horizon” (in cooperation with The Norwegian Research School in History)

10.3.

Sune Haugbølle
(Roskilde)

Entangled Histories of Palestine and the New Left in Norway

17.3.

Martin Johansson
(Södertörns Högskola)

Envy, Pity, Kinship and Awe. Media Images of Nordic Neighbours at the 1994 Winter Olympics

24.3.

Marta Bivand (PRIO)

n.n.

21.4.

Max Naderer (IAKH)

Debating Violence in 'Civil War' Norway and Denmark, c. 1130-1240

28.4.

Heike Wieters
(HU Berlin)

From National Welfare State to International Welfare Markets? Private Insurance Players in German Retirement Provision since World War II

5.5.

Susann Holmberg (IAKH)

Knowledge of Venereal Disease in Eighteenth-century Norway

12.5.

Nadim Khoury
(Bjørknes)

Partitioning Memory. National Narratives and the Oslo Peace Process

19.5.

Gary Love (NTNU)

The Case for an Anglo-Northern Conservatism in Europe, 1940s-1980s (in cooperation with Creative IPR)

26.5.

Martin Rempe
(Konstanz)

Hidden Integration: International Organizations and Musical Life in Twentieth Century Europe

2.6.

Benjamin Lawrance
(U of Arizona)

Asylum Claiming in Europe and Sierra Leone Secret Societies

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