The Congress of Vienna 1814-1815: Making Peace after Global War (Day 2)


Date: Feb 06, 2015

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Welcome by Victoria de Grazia, Director, European Institute
9:15–9:30 am

Peace and the New Security Regime
9:30–11:00am

Speakers:
Mark Jarrett, independent scholar
Beatrice A. de Graaf, Professor of History of International Relations & Global Governance, Utrecht University
Stella Ghervas, Visiting Scholar, Center for European Studies, Harvard University

Discussant: Richard Betts, Professor of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University

Chair: Jack Snyder, Professor of International Relations, Columbia University

Communicating the Congress’s Values
11:15am–12:45 pm

Speakers:
Glenda Sluga, Professor of History, University of Sydney
Margaret Crosby-Arnold, Research Scholar, European Institute, Columbia University
Christian Cwik, Lecturer, European and Atlantic History, University of the West Indies

Discussant: Susan Pedersen, Professor of History, Columbia University

Chair: Larry Wolff, Professor of History, New York University

Irrepressible Issues: Rogue Nations, Insubordinate Peoples, the Democratic Spirit
2:00–3:30pm

Speakers:
Paul Lovejoy, Professor of History, York University
John Davis, Professor of History, University of Connecticut
Patrick Geoghegan, Professor of History, Trinity College

Discussant: Reinhard Stauber, Professor of History, University of Klagenfurt

Chair: Charly Coleman, Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University

Concluding Roundtable
3:45–5:15pm

Speakers:
Mark Jarrett, independent scholar
David Armitage, Professor of History, Harvard University
Patrick Cohrs, Professor of History and International Affairs, Yale University

Chair: Robert Jervis, Professor of International Politics, Columbia University

Co-sponsored by the European Institute and the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University, with support from the Austrian Cultural Forum New York

Date: Feb 06, 2015

Click here to access the conference website. The website contains comprehensive information about the conference, including the program, speaker information, abstracts, papers, and panel videos.

Welcome by Victoria de Grazia, Director, European Institute
9:15–9:30 am

Peace and the New Security Regime
9:30–11:00am

Speakers:
Mark Jarrett, independent scholar
Beatrice A. de Graaf, Professor of History of International Relations & Global Governance, Utrecht University
Stella Ghervas, Visiting Scholar, Center for European Studies, Harvard University

Discussant: Richard Betts, Professor of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University

Chair: Jack Snyder, Professor of International Relations, Columbia University

Communicating the Congress’s Values
11:15am–12:45 pm

Speakers:
Glenda Sluga, Professor of History, University of Sydney
Margaret Crosby-Arnold, Research Scholar, European Institute, Columbia University
Christian Cwik, Lecturer, European and Atlantic History, University of the West Indies

Discussant: Susan Pedersen, Professor of History, Columbia University

Chair: Larry Wolff, Professor of History, New York University

Irrepressible Issues: Rogue Nations, Insubordinate Peoples, the Democratic Spirit
2:00–3:30pm

Speakers:
Paul Lovejoy, Professor of History, York University
John Davis, Professor of History, University of Connecticut
Patrick Geoghegan, Professor of History, Trinity College

Discussant: Reinhard Stauber, Professor of History, University of Klagenfurt

Chair: Charly Coleman, Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University

Concluding Roundtable
3:45–5:15pm

Speakers:
Mark Jarrett, independent scholar
David Armitage, Professor of History, Harvard University
Patrick Cohrs, Professor of History and International Affairs, Yale University

Chair: Robert Jervis, Professor of International Politics, Columbia University

Co-sponsored by the European Institute and the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University, with support from the Austrian Cultural Forum New York

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