Category Archives: History Program Events

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April 11 – Peter Stamatov on “The Origins of Moral Globalization”

Peter Stamatov Yale University   The Origins of Moral Globalization: Advocating the Rights of Distant Strangers in European Modernity Friday, April 11, 2014 at 12:00pm Rm 5114 History Lounge Peter Stamatov (Ph.D., UCLA 2006) is Associate Professor of Sociology at

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April 11 – Peter Stamatov on “The Origins of Moral Globalization”

Peter Stamatov Yale University   The Origins of Moral Globalization: Advocating the Rights of Distant Strangers in European Modernity Friday, April 11, 2014 at 12:00pm Rm 5114 History Lounge Peter Stamatov (Ph.D., UCLA 2006) is Associate Professor of Sociology at

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04-23 Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: National Socialism, World Jewry, and the History of Being

National Socialism, World Jewry, and the History of Being Apr. 23 at 6:00 p.m. CUNY Graduate Center Rooms C201-203 Heidegger intended the Black Notebooks, which were recently published in Germany, as the culminating achievement of his 102-volume Collected Works edition.

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04-23 Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: National Socialism, World Jewry, and the History of Being

National Socialism, World Jewry, and the History of Being Apr. 23 at 6:00 p.m. CUNY Graduate Center Rooms C201-203 Heidegger intended the Black Notebooks, which were recently published in Germany, as the culminating achievement of his 102-volume Collected Works edition.

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03-21 The Intellectual Impact of the Haitian Revolution

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW LOCATION FOR THIS EVENT – ROOM C198                  

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03-21 The Intellectual Impact of the Haitian Revolution

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW LOCATION FOR THIS EVENT – ROOM C198                  

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March 28 “Charting New Historical Trajectories:” the Fourth Annual PhD Program in History Graduate Student Conference

8:00-9:00 – Sign-in, light refreshments                   Room 5/114 9:00-10:40 – Fighting for Consensus: The Complicated Legacies of Empire, Room 5/307 Commentator: Dr. Katherine Pence       Chair: Victoria Calabrese Lucy Breidenthal, “Romani Activism in Postwar Paris: Integration”, CUNY Graduate Center, History Department Sangdong

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March 28 “Charting New Historical Trajectories:” the Fourth Annual PhD Program in History Graduate Student Conference

8:00-9:00 – Sign-in, light refreshments                   Room 5/114 9:00-10:40 – Fighting for Consensus: The Complicated Legacies of Empire, Room 5/307 Commentator: Dr. Katherine Pence       Chair: Victoria Calabrese Lucy Breidenthal, “Romani Activism in Postwar Paris: Integration”, CUNY Graduate Center, History Department Sangdong

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03-12 Richard Wolin on ‘The Banality of Evil’ the Death of a Legend

‘The Banality of Evil’ the Death of a Legend . March 12, 2014 6:00 pm The Graduate Center C 203-204-205 . Free and Open to the public (with limited seating available) Post-talk commentator: Jeffrey Herf of the University of Maryland  Co-Sponsored

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03-12 Richard Wolin on ‘The Banality of Evil’ the Death of a Legend

‘The Banality of Evil’ the Death of a Legend . March 12, 2014 6:00 pm The Graduate Center C 203-204-205 . Free and Open to the public (with limited seating available) Post-talk commentator: Jeffrey Herf of the University of Maryland  Co-Sponsored

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03-28 Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference- Program Announced

  We welcome you all to the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference of the PhD Program in History at the Graduate Center.  The conference will serve as a great opportunity and an inspiring occasion for learning and discussion. The planned series

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03-28 Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference- Program Announced

  We welcome you all to the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference of the PhD Program in History at the Graduate Center.  The conference will serve as a great opportunity and an inspiring occasion for learning and discussion. The planned series

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03-06 Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years

Thursday, March 6, 2014 6:30 pm Room C202 Audre Lorde, the Berlin Years, 1984-1992 explores a little-known chapter in Audre Lorde’s life before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. An acclaimed African-American poet and activist, Lorde’s incisive, often angry,

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03-06 Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years

Thursday, March 6, 2014 6:30 pm Room C202 Audre Lorde, the Berlin Years, 1984-1992 explores a little-known chapter in Audre Lorde’s life before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. An acclaimed African-American poet and activist, Lorde’s incisive, often angry,

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03-06 Networks of Power and Channels of Knowledge: Jewish and Papal Responses to Blood Libels in Early Modern Poland and Italy

  March 6th, 2014 5:00 pm Room 5114 Accusations that Jews killed Christian children appeared in Europe in the twelfth century. In 1247, Pope Innocent IV condemned such accusations, and until 1540 this condemnation stood, despite local challenges.  Yet, when

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03-06 Networks of Power and Channels of Knowledge: Jewish and Papal Responses to Blood Libels in Early Modern Poland and Italy

  March 6th, 2014 5:00 pm Room 5114 Accusations that Jews killed Christian children appeared in Europe in the twelfth century. In 1247, Pope Innocent IV condemned such accusations, and until 1540 this condemnation stood, despite local challenges.  Yet, when