The series of research seminars offers an opportunity to get acquainted with and discuss the most recent research undertaken by the faculty, research fellows, and doctoral students of the History Department. Formerly known as the Scholarly & Social Meetings, the series carries on the tradition of previous years to encourage both intellectual and social exchanges between the students, guests, and members of the faculty.
Reports about the lectures are available here:
28 October - Vladimir Petrovic: “Hubris of Themis: ICTY and the Balkans two decades after”
10 November - Charles Shaw: “Soldiers’ Letters to Inobad and Ogulkhon: Love, Gender, and Nationality in World War II Uzbekistan”