Karen Hagemann

Institution
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ort
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3195, USA

Zuletzt veröffentlicht

17.04.2019
Rez.: B. Wintermute u.a.: Race and Gender

16.01.2008
Tagber: Experience, Memory and Media: Transmitting the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in 19th and 20th Century Europe
AHRC-DFG Research Group 'Nations, Borders, Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experiences and Memories' and University of Mannheim.
Mannheim 11.10.2007 - 13.10.2007

19.11.2007
CFP: New Palgrave Macmillan Series: “War, Culture and Society, 1750-1850“
Editors: Alan Forrest, Etienne François and Karen Hagemann
Berlin / Chapel Hill / York 17.11.2007

05.09.2007
Konf: Joint International and Interdisciplinary Conference: EXPERIENCE, MEMORY AND MEDIA
Projektgruppe "Nations, Borders, Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experiences and Memories" (FU und TU Berlin, University of York, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) und Universität Mannheim
Mannheim 11.10.2007 - 13.10.2007

21.01.2007
Konf: The German Half-Day Model: A European Sonderweg?
Cristina Allemann-Ghionda (University of Cologne, Institute of Comparative Education and Social Sciences); Karen Hagemann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History ); Konrad H. Jarausch (Center for Research on Contemporary History (ZZF))
Cologne 01.03.2007 - 03.03.2007

18.05.2006
Tagber: Ein deutscher Sonderweg? “Welfare State Regimes, Public Education and Child Care – Theoretical Concepts for a Comparison of East and West”
Prof. Karen Hagemann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Technical University of Berlin, Department of History); Prof. Konrad Jarausch (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung), Potsdam
Potsdam 30.03.2006 - 01.04.2006

10.05.2006
Tagber: War Experiences and Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in Contemporary Perception
AHRC/DFG Project Group ‘Nations, Borders and Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experience and Memories’ (Technical University, Berlin, Berlin College for Comparative History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of York) and German Historical Institute, London
London 24.02.2006 - 25.02.2006

09.02.2006
Konf: Welfare State Regimes, Public Education and Child Care – Theoretical Concepts for a Comparison of East and West
Prof. Karen Hagemann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Technical University of Berlin, Department of History); Prof. Konrad Jarausch (Centre for Research on Contemporary History, Potsdam)
Potsdam 31.03.2006 - 01.04.2006

24.10.2005
Konf: The Experiences and Memories of War in European Comparison: (Trans)national and Interdisciplinary Approaches
DFG-AHRC Research Group on 'Nations, Borders, Identities: the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experiences and Memories' (FU Berlin, TU Berlin, University of York)
Berlin 11.11.2005 - 12.11.2005

14.01.2005
Tagber: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: New Approaches and Future Questions of Research
Military History Research Institute (MGFA); International Working Group "Nations, Borders, Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experiences and Memories", Potsdam
Potsdam 01.11.2004

10.11.2004
Konf: Militärische Helden - Helden im Krieg
Arbeitskreis Militaergeschichte e.V. Organisation: Prof. Dr. Gerd Krumeich Dr. Susanne Brandt Dr. Silke Satjukow
Düsseldorf 09.12.2004 - 11.12.2004

01.10.2004
Konf: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
Military History Research Institute (MGFA) and the international working group "Nations, Borders, Identities: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in European Experiences and Memories"
Potsdam 01.11.2004

17.09.2004
CFP: Gendering Border Studies: (Inter)disciplinary Approaches
The Centre for Border Studies, University of Glamorgan in co-operation with the Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory, Cardiff University the Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies, York University and the Berlin School for Comparative European History, HU Berlin and FU Berlin
Pontypridd, Wales, UK 13.10.2005 - 15.10.2005

12.05.2004
Konf: Civil Society and Gender Justice
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung (WZB) (Social Science Research Center Berlin), Working Group "Civil Society: Historical and Comparative Perspectives"
Berlin 09.07.2004 - 11.07.2004

13.04.2004
CFP: Cross Borders - Histories, Theories and Identities
Centre for Border Studies, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, Wales, UK, Centre for Comparative European History, Free University of Berlin and Humboldt University of Berlin
Pontypridd (Wales) 02.12.2004 - 04.12.2004

30.10.2003
CFP: Militärische Helden / Helden im Krieg
Arbeitskreis Militärgeschichte e.V.
Düsseldorf 30.11.2004

14.07.2003
CFP: Sin Fronteras: Women's Histories, Global Conversations
Berkshire Conference on the History of Women
Claremont, C.A. 02.06.2005 - 05.06.2005

15.06.2003
Tagber: PazifistInnen / Pazifismus. Friedensforschung als Geschlechterforschung
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung und Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung der Technischen Universität Berlin in Kooperation mit der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung und dem Arbeitskreis Historische Friedensforschung
Berlin 09.05.2003 - 10.05.2003

08.06.2003
Konf: Soldat und Gesellschaft - Biographien und Selbstzeugnisse in der Militärgeschichte
Arbeitskreis Militaergeschichte e.V.
Reinbek 10.10.2003 - 11.10.2003

27.04.2003
Konf: Negotiating Citizenship: Concepts and Representations of Masculinity in the Creation of Modern Western Political Culture
Prof. Karen Hagemann, Universitaet Trier, Dr. Stefan Dudink, The University of Nijmegen, Prof. Viktoria Schmidt-Linsenhoff, Prof. Helga Schnabel-Schuele,
Trier 03.07.2003 - 05.07.2003