The Berlin School for Comparative European History, the Central European University (CEU), and the European University Institute (EUI), Florence, have organized a third Graduate Conference in European History. The conference will take place in the historic buildings of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy from April 28 to 30.
Following on previous annual conferences, this year's topic is 'Migration and Movement in European History'.
We invite papers which focus upon migration and movement in history and share our aim to historicize migration through critical analysis of closed or static conceptions of the past. Topics may consider, but are not limited to, the subjects, forms and modes of migration and movement in history as well as forms of transfer and the issues of migration and movement in historiography.
There will be keynote lectures from Professors Leo Lucassen (Leiden), Sebastian Conrad, Antonella Romano, and Philipp Ther (all EUI). For further details please see the CFP at http://www.eui.eu/HEC/ResearchTeaching/20082009-Spring/conf-Graceh-28-30-apr-2009.pdf
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