"The War That Never Ended" Conference is behind us. Besides of fruitful and inspiring discussions, this was three days full of a friendly atmosphere. Here you can find some pictures.
As a part of theConference a special Roundtable Discussion will be held during the third day (October 26) in Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauk (Associacion of Friends of Sciences) in Przemyśl. This Session leads Paul Miller. The collapse of the Habsburg Monarchy at the end of World War I ushered in a period of radical change for... Continue Reading →
Our Conference "The War That Never Ended" is coming soon! We are happy to announce that a final schedule has been published! Please follow a bookmark Conference Programme.
We would like to announce our next key-note speaker during Conference in Kraków: Professor Maciej Górny (Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw). Where did the post-war politics of memory lead to? East Central Europe, 1918-1945 The long shadow of the Great War has been topic to historical study for many years. Scholars such as Jay... Continue Reading →
We are honoured to announce that our next key-note speaker will be Professor Hamit Bozarslan affiliated with École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris. Violence, State and Society in Post-Ottoman Lands The Ottoman Empire ended in the ashes of war and genocide, but the post-Ottoman Near-East shaped by the Allies has been neither... Continue Reading →
This is our pleasure to introduce our first key-note speaker during the Conference "The War That Never Ended": Professor Gábor Egry from Hungarian Academy of Science. (Post)Habsburg variations. State persistence, continuity and imperial legacies within the Habsburg successor states Questions of statehood has a specific salience within the understanding of the successor states of the... Continue Reading →