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Fall 2021 and Spring 2022

 

Because of the Covid-19-pandemic, we will hold the NCGS Seminars in the fall 2021 and the spring 2022 online and organize them via Zoom.

We will communicate the Zoom URL for each NCGS seminar  before the event via our NCGS list serve.

If you are not on this list serve please contact the NCGS  organizers KEVIN HOEPNER (kjhoepner@live.unc.edu) and KENNETH NEGY  (k2551457@live.unc.eduand ask them to be added this list serve or request the URL for the specific event. The NCGS  organizers  will take care of the  technology of the Zoom Seminars.

For our NCGS Online Seminar Etiquette click here.

 

 

Fall 2021

 

Friday, 29 September 2021

UNC Chapel Hill  I  4:00 – 5:30 pm  I Online Seminar

HELMUT WALSER SMITH  I  Martha Rivers Ingram Chair of History; Professor of German Studies, Vanderbilt University, Department of History

Book Discussion: Germany: A Nation in Its Time – Before, During, and After Nationalism, 1500–2000

 

Comments:

    • TERENCE V. MCINTOSH  UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History
    • KONRAD H. JARAUSCH  UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History)

Moderation: KAREN HAGEMANN   I  UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

 

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of History, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History, UNC Center for European Studies

PDF of the Flyer

 

Friday, 22 October 2021

UNC Chapel Hill  I  4:00 – 5:30 pm I Online Seminar

 

VANCE BYRD  I  Associate Professor, Grinnell College, Department of German Studies

Remembering the Franco-Prussian War in Nineteenth-Century Print and Visual Culture

 

Moderation: JAKOB NORBERG  I  Duke University, Department of German Studies

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of German Studies, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages & Literatures

PDF of the Flyer

 

 

Friday, 12 November, 2021

UNC Chapel Hill  I  2:30 – 4:30 pm  I  Online Seminar

 

Event of the new NCGS Sub-Series “CHALLENGING CONVERSATIONS”:

Roundtable: Fascism and Anti-Fascism in Global Perspective 

 

Roundtable with:

    • A. DIRK MOSES  I  Frank Porter Graham Distinguished Professor of Global Human Rights, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History
      German Central Europe 
    • KORNELIA KONCZAL I  Assistant Professor, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität Munich, Institute of Eastern and South Eastern Studies
      East Central Europe
    • MELISSA TEIXEIRA  I  Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania, Department of History
      Brazil
    • SHRUTI KAPILA  I  Lecturer in History, University of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College
      India 

Moderation: THOMAS PEGELOW-KAPLAN   I  Appalachian State University, Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies

 

Co-Conveners: UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History; Center for European Studies; Carolina Center for Jewish Studies Carolina; Appalachian State University, Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies

 

 

Friday, December 3, 2021

UNC Chapel Hill  I  4:30 – 5:30 pm  I  Online Seminar

KEVIN HOPENER  Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

Regimental Afterlives: Habsburg Regimental Tradition in Interwar Czechoslovakia

       

Comment: CHAD BRYANT UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

Moderation: TERESA WALCH  I  UNC-Greensboro, Department of History

 

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of History, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History, and the Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and Eats European Studies  

PDF of the Flyer

 

 

Spring 2022

 

Thursday, 20 January 2022

UNC Chapel Hill  I  5:00-7:00 pm  I  Online Seminar

With the Konrad H. Jarausch Essay Prize Winner for Advanced Graduate Students in 2021

 

Young Scholar Writing Seminar: How to Write a Good History Journal Article? 

 

Organization and Moderation: KEVIN HOEPNER  UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History and KENNETH NEGY  UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

The paper will be distributed to the participants before the workshop. Please contact the organizers of the event.

 

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of History, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History, and Center for European Studies

 

 

Friday, 21 January 2022

UNC Chapel Hill  I  3:30 – 5:30 pm   I  Online Seminar
 

Seminar with the  Konrad H. Jarausch Essay Prize Winner for Advanced Graduate Students in 2021

 

Welcome: LISA LINDSAY  I  Chair, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

Introduction of the Prize Winner: THOMAS PEGELOW-KAPLAN   I  Appalachian State University, Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies

Moderation: JAMES CHAPPEL  IDuke University, Department of History

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of History, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History, Center for European Studies

 

 

Friday, 18 February 2022 

UNC Chapel Hill  I  3:30 – 5:30 pm  I  Online Seminar

 

Joint event with the German Studies Graduate Student Seminar and Workshop Series “(DIS) UNITY”:

 

DENIZ GÖKTÜRK  I  Professor of German, University of California, Berkeley, Department of German

 

Framing Migration: Seven Takes on Movement and Borders

Moderation: PRISCILLA LAYNE   I  UNC Chapel Hill, Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literature

Co-Conveners: Duke University, Department of German Studies, and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages & Literatures

 

GRADUATE WORSHOP
Teaching against Racism and for Diversity with Professor
DENIZ GÖKTÜRK

 

 

Thursday and Friday, March 3–4, 2022 

UNC Chapel Hill Graham Memorial Hall  I  On Campus

 

NCGS —North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series

German Historians In North America After 1945: Transatlantic Careers and Scholarly Contributions

 

 

Friday, March 22, 2022

UNC Chapel Hill  I  3:30 – 5:30 pm   I  Online Seminar


KENNETH NEGY  I  Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History

The Transmission of Fascism: National Socialism in the Spanish Context, 1931-1945 

Comment: TOBIAS HOF  I  Ludwig Maximilians University,  Department of History

Moderation: TERESA WALCH  I  UNC-Greensboro, Department of History

 

The paper will be distributed per request to the participants before the workshop. Please contact Kenny Negy.

 

Co-Conveners: Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History, and Center for European Studies

 

 

Friday, April 8, 2022

UNC Chapel Hill  I  3:30 – 5:30 pm   I  Online Seminar

 

TERESA WALCH  I  Assistant Professor, UNC-Greensboro, Department of History

“Cleansing” Germany: Ideology, Space, and the Nazi Consolidation of Power

Moderation: ANDREA SINN  I  Elon University, Department of History & Geography

 

Co-Conveners: Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill, Departments of History