Fifth ENIUGH congress on “Ruptures, Empires and Revolutions”

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Időpont
2017 aug 31. - 2017 Sze 03.
13:00

Helyszín
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem


A 2002-ben alapított European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH) következő, immár ötödik konferenciájának Budapest ad otthont 2017. augusztus 31. és szeptember 3. között. A “Ruptures, Empires, Revolutions” címmel megrendezendő konferencia központi témája – az orosz forradalom centenáriuma alkalmából – a forradalom globális kontextusa és következményei, valamint a forradalmak globális történelemben betöltött szerepe. Ezenkívül az előadások feltárják a birodalmi szervezeti formákat, különös tekintettel arra, hogy hogyan változtak és szűntek meg, és milyen hagyatékot hagytak hátra. Az előadások egy része transznacionális és transzregionális szempontokból elemzi majd a társadalmak erőszakos átalakulását, a világrendek felbomlását, a háborúkat, valamint a nemzetközi kapcsolatok megváltoztatását.

A program támogatója a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpontja, a Közép-Európai Egyetem (Történeti Tanszék) és a Corvinus Egyetem (Karl Polanyi Kutatóközpont).

A panelek két helyszínen, a Budapesti Corvinus Egyetemen és a Central European University Nádor utcai campus-án lesznek megtartva.

Forrás: ENIUGH congress on “Ruptures, Empires and Revolutions”

A teljes programfüzet letölthető: itt

Date Panel Convenor Theme
31 August Ruptures, empires, revolutions Donatella Strangio, Jacob Weisdorf Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
31 August Imperial representations and national identities in Iberian America (1914-1918) Carolina García Sanz, María Inés Tato Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
31 August Globalizing the Balkans Marie-Janine Calic Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
31 August Rethinking the Eastern question Constantin Ardeleanu, Salvatore Bottari Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
31 August Anti-imperial biographies in transnational perspective Clemens Six, Maria Framke Actors: biographies and mobilities
31 August Empires of knowledge Wilko Graf von Hardenberg Knowledge: production and circulation
31 August Biographical continuities despite political ruptures Ondrej Matejka, Benjamin Auberer Actors: biographies and mobilities
31 August Borderlands between imperialism and nationalism James Koranyi, Petru Szedlacsek Respatializations
31 August Post-imperial biographies and trajectories in a confined space 1918-1940 Attila Melegh, Gábor Egry Actors: biographies and mobilities
31 August Intermediaries in imperial expansion during the long 19th century, c. 1789-1914 Stefan Eklöf Amirell Actors: biographies and mobilities
31 August Economic change in global history Pat Hudson, Tirthankar Roy Economy and development
31 August Global approaches to material cultures of labour, poverty and charity Anne Gerritsen People, labor and demography
31 August International sport facing decolonisation Claire Nicolas, Grégory Quin, Matthew Taylor, Souvik Naha After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
31 August Frontiers of a global empire Eberhard Crailsheim, Eric Vanhaute Respatializations
31 August Legacies and memories of the Russian Revolution Jane Burbank The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September 1917 Alessandro Stanziani, Jane Burbank Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Mediating the October Revolution across spaces and times Barbara Christophe, Steffen Sammler The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September Refugees vs. state sovereignty Gilad Ben-Nun Respatializations
1 September Asian history in a global and comparative perspective Jie-Hyun Lim Concepts and approaches
1 September Eugenics in the making Marius Turda People, labor and demography
1 September Reconceptualizing global history Johannes Paulmann, Roland Wenzlhuemer Concepts and approaches
1 September Economy – reformation – revolution Norbert Fabian Economy and development
1 September The role of ruptures and revolutions in the production of categories of race, gender and sexuality Ernst van der Wal, Lena Dallywater Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Ecological transformations and disasters in global environmental history Moritz von Brescius, Stefan Hübner, Uwe Lübken Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Missionaries and the ruptures of empires Clemens Six Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
1 September Empires of copper in the midst of revolutionary change Göran Rydén, Tine Bruland Economy and development
1 September The Danube and the Danube Commissions Dietmar Müller Global governance and international affairs
1 September Ruptures and fractures Attila Melegh, Marius Turda People, labor and demography
1 September Penal transportation, deportation and exile in the 19th and 20th centuries Christian De Vito, Zhanna Popova Transformations of empires: state formation and society
1 September The creation of an international elite in Geneva after 1919 Bob Reinalda, Madeleine Herren Global governance and international affairs
1 September Revolution, counter-revolution or changes of regimes? Eszter Bartha, Tamás Krausz Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Reforms, ruptures, and revolutions in Kazakhstan Aliya Tonkobayeva, Gulmira Sultangalieva Transformations of empires: state formation and society
1 September Transnational political economies of technoscience Manuela Boatcă, Zoltán Ginelli Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September South-Eastern Europe and the Caucasus Balasz Trencsenyi, Nino Chikovani The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
1 September African women at work during the rise and fall of colonial rule in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1800-2000 Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, Karin Pallaver, Stefano Bellucci People, labor and demography
1 September Internationalization of colonial knowledge production in an age of empire Geert Castryck, Katja Naumann Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Escaping Leviathan’s hold Michael G. Esch Actors: biographies and mobilities
1 September Entangled revolutions since the 18th century Holger Weiss Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Carl Schmitt and the Russian Revolution Carl Antonius Lemke Duque, Zaur Gasimov The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September Atlantic Italies Roberto Zaugg, Silvia Marzagalli The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
1 September Decolonizing cities Isabella Löhr, Joseph Ben Prestel, Michael Goebel After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
1 September Whiter revolution? Bettina Dennerlein, Nadia Al-Bagdadi, Randi Deguilhem After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
1 September Empires in the “Game-Over Era” Mahshid Mayar Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
1 September Humanitarian intervention on the Balkans in the long 19th century Krisztián Csaplár-Degovics Global governance and international affairs
1 September The legacy of slave trade and slavery in the capitals, port towns and hinterlands of former European empires and colonies Christian Cwik, Michael Zeuske, Ulrike Schmieder Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
1 September A revolution in economic thought? Phillipp Robinson Rössner Economy and development
1 September Socialisms in development Eric Burton, Steffi Marung Economy and development
1 September Transnational entertainments Antje Dietze, Maren Möhring Respatializations
1 September Revolutions in an age of transformation Bernhard C. Schär, Martin Dusinberre, Wolfgang Göderle Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Entanglements and ruptures Uwe Müller Economy and development
Date Panel Convenor Theme
1 September Les relais politiques, militaires et socio culturels des puissances coloniales en Afrique noire francophone des années 1920 à nos jours Hans Peter Hahn, Kokou Azamede After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
1 September The interwar world-wide reception of Russian Revolutions Isabelle Lespinet-Moret, Marieke Louis, Marine Dhermy-Mairal The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September The international labour movement and the Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 Arturo Zoffmann Rodriguez The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September Global institutions and the East-South circulation of knowledge Peter Apor, Tamás Kende Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Upheaval and reform in imperial and postwar Japan Steven Ericson Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Splitting the worlds, bridging the gaps Marsha Siefert, Yulia Khmelevskaya Global governance and international affairs
1 September Germany’s “program for revolution” in a global perspective Jennifer Jenkins Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Imperial languages Balázs Nagy, Katalin Szende Transformations of empires: state formation and society
1 September Coop entanglements Corinna Unger, Gareth Austin, Nikolay Kamenov Global governance and international affairs
1 September Empire, marriage and the law in the 19th and 20th centuries Avi Rubin, Julia Moses Transformations of empires: state formation and society
1 September Regime change and the loss of knowledge Karel Davids Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Global political economy Antal Szantay The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
1 September Socialism and global history Attila Melegh  
2 September Anarchy and revolution in Latin America Barry Carr Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
2 September Diplomacy between and within empires Jan Hennings, Tracey Sowerby Global governance and international affairs
2 September The world before the Russian Revolution Adrian Brisku Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Counting people, understanding economies Gerardo Serra, Morten Jerven People, labor and demography
2 September Complicating decolonization Geert Castryck After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
2 September Beyond the League and the UN Klaas Dykmann Global governance and international affairs
2 September Revolution and religion Nadia Al-Bagdadi  
2 September From late colonial development to post-colonial development Gareth Austin, Jean-Jacques Dethier After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
2 September The revolutionary and Napoleonic wars as a conjuncture in global economic history Patrick O’Brien Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September In the land of the colonizers Umar Ryad The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
2 September Dissecting sites of punishment Klaas Stutje, Matthias van Rossum Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Biography and global microhistory Lucy Riall, Mark Gamsa Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Emigration from the Habsburg Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy to America, 1848-1918 Heléna Tóth, Mónika Szente-Varga, Ursula Prutsch, Zsuzsanna Csikós Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Entangled histories of revolutionary transformations Yulia Gradskova Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
2 September Educating Asia, awakening Asia Dominic Sachsenmaier, Stefan Hübner, Teresa Segura-Garcia Knowledge: production and circulation
2 September Transatlantic antifascism Holger Weiss, Kasper Brasken, Nigel Copsey Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Reform without revolution? Bernard Schneuwly, Joëlle Droux, Rita Hofstetter Global governance and international affairs
2 September (Re-)Formatting spaces in the context of empires Maximilian Georg, Ute Wardenga Respatializations
2 September Imperial failures and limits of power Andrey Larin Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
2 September Between cooperation and conflict Alina Osiac, Jan Zofka The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
2 September Empires, exchange and civilizational connectivity in Eurasia Chris Hann The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
2 September The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the global economy Judit Klement, Peter Eigner People, labor and demography
2 September The long 1960s Beata Hock, Michael G. Esch Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
2 September Narratives on the global historical role of Lenin Alfred J. Rieber, Eszter Bartha The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
2 September Translating the people’s will Aymon Kreil, Giedre Sabaseviciute Concepts and approaches
2 September Imperial challenges, transformations and legacies Stephen Jacobson Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Scholars, teachers, engineers Heinrich Hartmann Knowledge: production and circulation
2 September Boundaries of empire Jie-Hyun Lim, Robert Kramm Respatializations
2 September Liberty vs. equality? Andreas Leutzsch, Roland Wenzlhuemer Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
2 September Imperial learning at the time of the French Revolution Julia Oheim, Megan Maruschke Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Worlds of development Corinna Unger, Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo Economy and development
2 September (Post)colonial social policies and the development of the welfare state in comparative perspective Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, Kleoniki Alexopoulou People, labor and demography
2 September Formation of “impersonal power” in the late Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish Republic Attila Aytekin, Fatma Eda Çelik Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
2 September Smuggling in the early modern world Felicia Gottmann, Filipa Ribeiro da Silva People, labor and demography
2 September Towards a global history of music venues since the late 19th century Cornelia Escher Respatializations
2 September Internal peripheries between imperial arrangements and global markets Klemens Kaps Economy and development
2 September Roundtable: World and global history Matthias Middell, Stefano Bellucci Concepts and approaches
Date Panel Convenor Theme
2 September Labour relations under imperial conditions Karin Hofmeester People, labor and demography
2 September Commodities connecting world regions and empires to the world Ryuto Shimada Economy and development
2 September Challenges to (post)imperial governance Ulf Engel Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
2 September Agents of radical change Jana Tschurenev Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Entangled histories of soldiers and civilians in the British and French empires Michael Goebel Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September Agriculture as a battleground for competing modernities Nikolay Kamenov People, labor and demography
2 September Nationalism and transnationalism in Central and Eastern Europe during and after the World Wars Markéta Křížová Respatializations
2 September Recasting imperial spaces Isabella Löhr Respatializations
2 September Revolutions in Ibero-(Latin)America and the Caribbean Christian Cwik Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
3 September Global Asia Eberhard Crailsheim, Lisa Hellman Actors: biographies and mobilities
3 September “Agrarian revolutions” Marc Frey, Steffi Marung Economy and development
3 September War impact on commercial exchange and merchant networks in the 18th century Klemens Kaps Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
3 September Revisiting 1919 from within East Asia Evan Dawley, Torsten Weber Global governance and international affairs
3 September Cultivating Cold War friendships Bogdan C. Iacob The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
3 September Histories of transition Béla Soltész The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
3 September Nikita Khrustchev Mikhail Lipkin The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
3 September Universal empire Peter Fibiger Bang Concepts and approaches
3 September Articulations of anti-colonial resistance Fredrik Petersson, Holger Weiss Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
3 September Transnational women’s activism in times of empire Jana Tschurenev, Nikolay Kamenov, Sumita Mukherjee Actors: biographies and mobilities
3 September Minorities facing modernity and political change Benjamin Brown Transformations of empires: state formation and society
3 September Empires, ruptures and global shifts in labour relations Alessandro Stanziani, Karin Hofmeester People, labor and demography
3 September Resistance and revolt Daniel Speich Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations

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