Australasian Association for European History 27th Biennial Conference

Australasian Association for European History 27th Biennial Conference

The Australasian Association for European History is the premier conference in modern European historical studies in the southern hemisphere. This biennial event brings together scholars of European history from Australia, New Zealand, and all around the world. In 2021, the conference will be held online, providing a global platform for participants to discuss and critique contemporary developments in their fields of research.

Keynote Presentations:

David Blackbourn (Vanderbilt University) ‘The German Atlantic? Recovering an Invisible World’

Anna Hájková (Warwick University) 'The Queer History of the Holocaust'

Dominique Reill (Miami University) ‘Living after Empire: How the Quotidian Worked Under the Umbrella of Nation’

Registration is free.

For further information email: aaeh2021@anu.edu.au

Organising Committee of the AAEH Online Conference

Dr Alexander Cook

Dr Iva Glisic

Dr Ben Mercer (President)

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Zoom links will be provided shortly before the conference for the two parallel sessions (Stream A and Stream B)

When
July 5th, 2021 12:00 AM through July 7th, 2021 12:00 AM
Location
Online events,
Australia