Conference with Peter Scholliers

 Food and nationalism on the eve of the First World War

 

On Wednesday 11 December 2013  historian Peter Scholliers (VUB) will give a conference on a quite special aspect of nationalism on the eve of the First World War: food! Read more...

Le mouvement flamand à la veille de la Première Guerre mondiale

 Conférence avec Bruno Yammine

Le mercredi 13 novembre 2013, l'historien Bruno Yammine viendra nous présenter un exposé sur le mouvement flamand  à la veille de la Première Guerre mondiale.
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The Great War facing its Commemoration

 On Wednesday 23 October we will have the pleasure to receive the French historian Antoine Prost who will offer a critical look on the imminent commemorations Read more...

The second issue of the Cegesoma Newsletter has been published

The Cegesoma Newsletter was launched in July 2013 and the second issue has just been published. It can be consulted here. As a reminder, the principal objective of this publication is to inform of scholarly events, public history and documentation of Cegesoma. To receive this Newsletter, click here.

The First World War in Cartoons. The next Historikerdialog will take place in Liège

 On 16 October 2013, the next Historikerdialog will take place at the University of Liège. It is a series of public dialogues between German and Belgian historians, all of them organised by a different Belgian university. The initiative was taken at the end of 2012 by the German ambassador in Belgium and has been coordinated over the last months by Cegesoma. Read more...

18 fellowships for Holocaust research

 In the context of the project European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) 18 fellowships on Holocaust research are open in research institutes in Amsterdam, Paris, München, Jeruzalem and Prague.

For terms and conditions see this address.

 

 

Call for volunteers regarding a study on memories connected to Belgium

Researchers of the Université catholique de Louvain and the Université libre de Bruxelles, in cooperation with researchers of the New School of New York are analysing via a survey how certain social and political influences have shaped the memories of the past in Belgium. Read more...

JBH: Call for articles (theme issue World War I)

The double-sized JBH-issue of September 2014 will be a theme issue, about social conflicts in Belgium during and after World War I. We invite all interested authors to submit a short article proposition. You can find all relevant information in the French call or the Dutch call of the theme issue.
For all further information, please visit: www.journalbelgianhistory.be
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