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Carolina Seminar with Tara Zahra (University of Chicago)

September 4, 2019

For millions of Habsburg citizens, civilians and soldiers alike, the First World War was a war of both mobility and captivity. While soldiers were notoriously paralyzed in trenches on the Western front, the armies of the Central Powers and the Russian … Read more

Carolina Seminar with Małgorzata Mazurek (Columbia University)

September 4, 2019

In the late 1930s and early 1940s, emigration and industrialization served as the main developmental “solutions.” This presentation investigates how socialists, ethno-nationalists, and international organizations dramatized the tension between emigration and industrialization on a global scale as the distinction emerged … Read more