The workshop provides an informal forum for graduate students to present their research or papers in progress to an audience of their peers. The meetings take place from 4.15 - 6.00 pm in the Center at CGIS S-422. Please contact the workshop organizer Carla Heelan with presentation proposals for the following semester.
Spring Semester 2014
"The Era of Programs: The University of Montana and Alternative Histories of Creative Writing"
"Contesting the Rechtsstaat: Constitutional Rights and Environmental Litigation in West Germany, 1969-1980"
"Polish Students, the Republic of Letters, and the Quest for Educational Reform in Early Modern Europe"
"German Self-sufficiency in the Nazi Economy: Testing the Tooze Argument for the Example of Rubber"
"Intimate Connections: East-West Encounters on the Roof of the World, 1958-1974"
"'Sugar Machinery Work is All of a Special Nature': Craftsmanship, Chemistry, and Paper from Glasgow to the Caribbean"
Carla M. Heelan
"The Gothic State: August Reichensperger and the Aesthetics of Particularism in Nineteenth-Century Germany"
"A Culture of Exceptions: City Administration and Street Renamings in Nazi Berlin"