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  • Vendredi, 27 novembre 2020 à 09:00

    Rencontres scientifiques

    Nuclear deterrence in Europe. Visions, debates, opportunities, and challenges from 1945 to present

    This conference aims at gathering contributions investigating the gradual emergence, circulation and appropriation of ideas, projects or even programs connecting Europe with nuclear deterrence, whether crafted in, by or for Europe in its broader meaning, in national or international, informal or institutionalised frameworks.

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  • Jeudi, 14 janvier 2021 à 14:00

    Rencontres scientifiques

    France
    Transnational Business Actors in Dispute

    This international symposium will focus on transnational business actors (TBA) by analysing their divisions and the disputes in which there are involved in past and present times. Focusing on divisions and the ways TBA manage to overcome them, this symposium aims to unveil an important yet overlooked dimension of the political activities of TBA.

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  • Dimanche, 28 février 2021

    Appels à communication

    Italie
    Populism and Anti-Europeanism. From the Interwar years to the European Union’s Crisis (1920-2020)

    The Department of Communication and Social Research (CoRis) of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, and the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences (Dispoc) of the University of Siena promote an interdisciplinary conference on anti-Europeanism and populism. The current crisis of the European Union is both the cause and the effect of the emergence of populist anti-Europeanism (or anti-European populism) that has updated the dichotomy between people vs. elite in the opposition between demos and supranationality. The analysis of populism and Euroscepticism as related phenomena raises various interpretive and methodological issues. Depending on the disciplinary perspective, they can be seen as having autonomous relevance or as the product of long-term processes, which require the scholar to shift his attention to the underlying "historical problems". For this, it is essential a) to reject the idea, often put forward by the theorists, that populism is a concept "without history", i.e. that history plays a minor role in the drawing of its theory (F. Finchelstein), and b) to become aware that anti-Europeanism conveys a political and cultural stance shaped before the birth, in the 1950s, of the first European Communities (M.-T. Bitsch). The relevance of history for the understanding of populism, and the existence of forerunners of the so-called "Euroscepticism", requires the analysis of the two phenomena to be placed in a long-term perspective and within an interdisciplinary frame. Such analysis will be promoted through the organisation of two distinct but scientifically complementary international conferences.

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  • Jeudi, 25 mars 2021

    Rencontres scientifiques

    Italie
    Integrazione europea e crisi esterne prima e dopo Maastricht: punti di vista della storiografia italiana

    Organizzata in collaborazione con il Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali dell’Università di Bologna, con il Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche dell’Università di Genova, con il Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Giuridiche e Studi Internazionali dell’Università di Padova, con il Dipartimento di Scienze Sociali, Politiche e Cognitive dell’Università di Siena e con il Dipartimento di Economia, Ingegneria, Società e Impresa dell’Università della Tuscia, e in collegamento con le attività del Gruppo di lavoro Integrazione europea della Società Italiana di Storia Internazionale, l’iniziativa intende essere ancora una volta occasione per la valorizzazione di ricerche originali e momento collettivo di confronto fra studiosi di diverse provenienze, per migliorare la conoscenza sulle trasformazioni dei paesi europei e l’interpretazione della storia europea contemporanea nel suo complesso. Si intende così anche contribuire a contrastare il deterioramento del dibattito pubblico sull’integrazione europea e la crescente polarizzazione di posizioni, che marginalizzano e sminuiscono il valore della conoscenza e dell’analisi scientifica.

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  • Jeudi, 24 juin 2021

    Rencontres scientifiques

    Suisse
    Internationalism(s) and Education during the Cold War. Actors, Rivalries and Circulation

    Education is certainly a fertile ground that can help us come to grips with the actors, scope, and occasional contrasting logics of this phenomenon. Several researchers have traced its history from its emergence in the 19th century to its institutionalization in the first half of the 20th century. However, not much research has been focused on educational internationalism, as it developed during the Cold War. Yet, this period provides an exceptional framework for understanding the evolution and metamorphosis of the processes of internationalization of knowledge and educational practices, whether in the school sphere or in the extra-curricular environment. Driven by a multitude of national, international, and imperial actors, these are articulated through the ideological confrontation between the blocs of the East and the West, but also through the challenges posed by European integration, decolonization, the emergence of "third worldism" and the attempts to regulate international relations (maintenance of peace and security, etc.). Therefore, the aim of this conference is to lay the foundations for a global history of educational internationalism, tracing its forms, its trajectories (North-South, East-West, South-South), as well as its impact on the political framework and the balance of power determined by the “global Cold War”. On the one hand, our ambition is to deepen and to extend recent historiographical reflections which highlighted the porosity of the "Iron Curtain", the ambiguities of the processes of “Americanization” and "Sovietization" of Western societies as well as the interactions between the two blocs and the countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America. On the other hand, this meeting also aims at (re)introducing the European paradigm as a key issue in the history of the second half of the 20th century.

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  • Lundi, 23 août 2021

    Rencontres scientifiques

    Suède
    “(Trans)national Mobilization: The March 1971 Fam Protest 50 years on”

    We are looking for paper givers for a panel on “(Trans)national Mobilization: The March 1971 Farmers’ Protest 50 years on” for the next conference of the European Rural History Organisation (EURHO), Rural History 2021, Uppsala, 23-26.08.2021. The proposed papers can cover i.a. different, national, transnational and supranational vantage points, e.g. national/Community level farm groups, European institutions; the reactions to and reception of the protest; the longer-term legacy of the demonstration on farm protests in Europe.

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