Departmental Research Seminars 2020-2021

July 2, 2021

Fall Semester

Robert Parnica, Credibility, Authenticity and Usability of Archival Documents - Introduction into the Blinken OSA and efficient research strategies toward analog and digital archival collections

Matthias Duller, Academic exchange in the cultural Cold War, 1956-1989 

Paul V. Dudman, Salvaging Memories and (Re-) Connecting with Communities: Reflections on Tate Lives as a Participatory Oral History Project in North Woolwich and Silvertown, East London

Julian Casanova, Reinterpreting political violence in Twentieth-century Europe: a comparative perspective

Katarzyna Marcol, The Touts. Memory and Identity

Winter-Spring Semester

Sam Hall, A 'notable foundation of hearsay': Creative Appropriations of Troy in Shakespeare, Chaucer and Chapman 

Una Bergman, The US, the Baltic Question and the Collapse of the Soviet Union

Mladen Medved, Limits of the Brenner Thesis: The French Transition to Capitalism

Ulrich Meurer, AstroGeneAnaLogy: How to Relate Post-Cinema to Its Pre-Histories

Soaren Urbansky, Beyond the Steppe Frontier: A History of the Sino-Russian border