Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop Schedule

Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop
Wednesdays 5:00-7:00 PM
John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Sciences Research Build Room 224)
Coordinators Gregory Valdespino and Alexander Herbert

September 27th:
Deborah Cohen, Professor, History Northwestern University:
“Love and Money in the Informal Empire: The British in Argentina, 1830s-1930s.”

October 11th:
Ben Van Zee, PhD Student, History:
“New Geographies of Statehood: Colonialism, Migration, and Refashioning Sovereignty in Interwar East Central Europe.”

October 25th:
Caroline Sequin, PhD Candidate, History:
“Subversive Crossing: Policing Migratory Prostitution and Interracial Sex in the French Empire.”

November 8th:
Ryan Dahn, PhD Student, Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science
“Vergangenheitsbewältigung in Physics and Politics: Pascual Jordan as a Cold Warrior, 1957-1980”

November 29th:
Sheila Fitzpatrick, Professor Emerita, History 
“The Tramp’s Tale: Travels within the Soviet Union and Across its Borders, 1920-1950.”

If you are interested in any of these workshops and are unable to get it through our website, please contact Gregory Valdespino ( or Alexander Herbert