Internal seminars

Upcoming internal seminars - SPRING 2019

A European Field of Social Science?
Tuesday 26 February 2019 @ 12-14
Place: Læderværelset (12.03.07 - South Campus, The Saxo-Institute, building 12)
 Kristoffer Kropp (Roskilde Universitet) and Anton Grau Larsen (RUC/Copenhagen Business School)
Discussants: Hans-Jörg Trenz (Københavns Universitet) and Laura Horn (Roskilde Universitet) 

Past internal seminars - 2018

  • The Last Ottoman Generation and Interwar Europe

    Internal workshop and public panel debate

    Programme (5-6 December, 2018)
    Day 1 (afternoon session)
    12:00 – arrival, welcome, lunch
    13:00-15:30 – first panel
    Mogens Pelt (University of Copenhagen)
    Transferring Ottoman Experience and Networks into Interwar Europe: The Case of Bodosakis Athanasiadis. 
    Stacy Fahrenthold (UC Davis)
    Claimed by Turkey as subjects? The Ottoman Arab diaspora, foreign passports, and contested repatriation rights at the close of empire, 1918-1925.
    Simone Egger (Alpen-Adria Universität)
    About Love. About Cosmopolitanism. About Europe. Aspasia Schoenwald (1891-1954) and her conjunctures between Smyrna and Munich.
    15:00-15:30 – coffee and snacks 
    15:30-18:00 – second panel
    Haakon A. Ikonomou (Aarhus University)
    Thanassis Aghnides between Empire and Nation State: Hybridity as Capital in the League of Nations Secretariat.
    Ramazan Hakki Öztan (Université de Neuchâtel)
    Biography of Violence: Naum A. Tufekchiev (1864-1916) and the Making of a Radical in Late Ottoman Europe.
    Houssine Alloul (Universiteit Antwerp)
    ‘Charles’ and Léopold Kallinos: Retracing Belgium’s Influence in the Post-Ottoman Lands through Two Dragomans’ Lives.
    19:00 – dinner 
Day 2 (morning session)
09:00-09:30 – coffee 
09:30-12:00 – third panel
Carole Woodall (Colorado State University)
Isa Blumi (Stockholm University)
Fan Noli: Albanian State-building, culture and networks in interwar Balkan
Sarah Djavid Khayati (University of Basel)
The Swiss Experience of Late-Ottomans. Tracing the Forgotten Political Activists of the Levant in Interwar Switzerland
12:00 – Lunch 
Day 2 – Public Panel Debate (16-18)
Co-organized by NASIM and CEMES
Carole Woodall (Colorado State University) 
Stacy Fahrenthold (UC Davis)

Isa Blumi (Stockholm University) (Chair)

    Past internal seminars - 2017

    • PanEur1970s project (one-day workshop)

      Elitza Stanoeva (European Univeristy Institute)
      Angela Romano (European Univeristy Institute) 

      Poul Villaume (Copenhagen University) 
      Marianne Rostgaard (Aalborg Univeristy) 

      PanEur1970s is a five-year project (2015-2020) – based at the European University Institute – to investigate the European Socialist regimes’ expectations and predicaments vis-à-vis the opening of a space of pan-European cooperation in the long 1970s. The project intends to provide a historical appraisal of the late Socialist élites’ views of their countries’ place and prospects in an emerging space of trans-European connections that presented them with new patterns of exchange and potential regional integration while challenging existing configurations of stability, political control and ideological self-legitimization. PanEur1970s is particularly interested in exploring how the elites of the European Socialist regimes conceived and rationalized their increasing economic exchanges with, and deepening financial dependence from, Western Europe.


      Date: November 8th 2017
      Time: 10:00-15:00

      Place: Læderværelset (Room 12-3-07)

    • The Genealogy of theologico-economic practice and thought in Europe

      Stefan Schwarzkopf (CBS)
      ‘European Liberalism and the Theology of Choice’

      Mitchell Dean (CBS)
      Three Forms of Political Acclamation’

      Troels Krarup (CBS)
      ‘Discourses on Order and the Genealogy of Economic Governance in the European Union
      Date: October 23rd 2017
      Time: 11:00-14:00

      Place: Læderværelset (Room 12-3-07)

    • Helping Hands. Research Network on the Everyday Border Work of European Citizens.

      Marie Sandberg (Copenhagen University)
      Dorte J. Andersen (Copenhagen University) 

      Date: Tba.
      Time: Tba.
    • European Integration: Economy and Law
      Presentations by Hagen Schulz-Forberg (Aarhus University), Jan-Henrik Meyer (Copenhagen University) and Sigfrido Ramirez (Max Planck)
      Friday 28 April 2017