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‘The Revenge of Europe’s Past?’ Australasian Association for European History
15 July 2019 @ 9.00 am - 18 July 2019 @ 5.00 pm
50th Anniversary Conference/ 26th Biennial Conference
2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Australasian Association for European History, which has held biennial conferences of scholars working in European History from Australia, New Zealand, and further afield internationally since 1969. Recent themes have included Europe’s entanglements with a wider world, and violence in European history. The theme for the next conference is “The Revenge of Europe’s Past?”.
After decades of peaceful integration and the spread of liberal democracy, firstly in Southern, then in Eastern Europe, we are now witnessing a resurgence of nationalisms and right-wing populist movements, as well as a widespread rejection of neo-liberal economic policies. The conference theme invites reflections on the relationship between Europe’s past and present developments, as well as on the state of European history as a field, but contributions on all facets of modern European history are welcome.
The conference will be structured in parallel panels, plenary sessions and round tables. Each individual panel presentation should not exceed 20 minutes. A second call for papers with more details will follow.
Abstracts due 25 February 2019.
Proposal submission information:
Title of paper, abstract of 150 words, and a brief professional biography with contact
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