Category Archives: History Program Events

Pavan lecture image

May 1st & May 8th at 6PM: Two lectures by Dr. Ilaria Pavan on Twentieth-Century Italy and Italian Jews

The Center for Jewish Studies invites you to attend Two lectures by Dr. Ilaria Pavan on Twentieth-Century Italy and Italian Jews Thurs, May 1st, 6PM: The Attitudes of Italian Jews Towards Fascism in the 1920s Thurs, May 8th, 6PM: Not

Pavan lecture image

May 1st & May 8th at 6PM: Two lectures by Dr. Ilaria Pavan on Twentieth-Century Italy and Italian Jews

The Center for Jewish Studies invites you to attend Two lectures by Dr. Ilaria Pavan on Twentieth-Century Italy and Italian Jews Thurs, May 1st, 6PM: The Attitudes of Italian Jews Towards Fascism in the 1920s Thurs, May 8th, 6PM: Not

Publication1

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.

Publication1

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.

RBI

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

RBI

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

The Intellectual Impact hd

03-21 The Intellectual Impact of the Haitian Revolution

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW LOCATION FOR THIS EVENT – ROOM C198                  

The Intellectual Impact hd

03-21 The Intellectual Impact of the Haitian Revolution

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW LOCATION FOR THIS EVENT – ROOM C198                  

Publication3

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

Publication3

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

EichmannArendt

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

EichmannArendt

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

CNHT

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

CNHT

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

4_Audre Lorde Schale 1984

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,

4_Audre Lorde Schale 1984

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,