Student Workshop: The Congress of Vienna


Date: Feb 07, 2015

This workshop should appeal to students interested in history, political science, international relations, and international affairs. Students in all Columbia/Barnard departments are welcome.

Speakers:
Beatrice de Graaf is Professor of History of International Relations & Global Governance at Utrecht University. Her research interests include the history of international and national security in the West (19th-21st century), (counter)terrorism and political violence, securitization and international relations, and historical research on the development of security thinking.

Mark Jarrett is author of The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy. He received a B.A. from Columbia University, an M.A. in international history from the LSE, a J.D. from UC Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in history from Stanford University. He is the author of The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy, which Andrew Roberts has called “penetratingly insightful,” and which Charles Maier of Harvard University says “promises to become our generation’s authoritative study.”

Reinhard Stauber is Professor of History at the University of Klagenfurt. His research interests cover the history of national identity in the modern period, Enlightenment and reform absolutism in the Habsburg monarchy, Napoleonic rule in Germany and Italy and the Congress of Vienna. His research project ‘The Congress of Vienna and the European Peace System‘ was endowed by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) 2009-2013.

This workshop is part of the European Institute’s upcoming conference, The Congress of Vienna 1814-1815: Making Peace after Global War on February 5-6, 2015. For more information about the conference, and to register, click here: http://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/congressofvienna/.

What is the Congress of Vienna?

Date: Feb 07, 2015

This workshop should appeal to students interested in history, political science, international relations, and international affairs. Students in all Columbia/Barnard departments are welcome.

Speakers:
Beatrice de Graaf is Professor of History of International Relations & Global Governance at Utrecht University. Her research interests include the history of international and national security in the West (19th-21st century), (counter)terrorism and political violence, securitization and international relations, and historical research on the development of security thinking.

Mark Jarrett is author of The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy. He received a B.A. from Columbia University, an M.A. in international history from the LSE, a J.D. from UC Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in history from Stanford University. He is the author of The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy, which Andrew Roberts has called “penetratingly insightful,” and which Charles Maier of Harvard University says “promises to become our generation’s authoritative study.”

Reinhard Stauber is Professor of History at the University of Klagenfurt. His research interests cover the history of national identity in the modern period, Enlightenment and reform absolutism in the Habsburg monarchy, Napoleonic rule in Germany and Italy and the Congress of Vienna. His research project ‘The Congress of Vienna and the European Peace System‘ was endowed by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) 2009-2013.

This workshop is part of the European Institute’s upcoming conference, The Congress of Vienna 1814-1815: Making Peace after Global War on February 5-6, 2015. For more information about the conference, and to register, click here: http://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/congressofvienna/.

What is the Congress of Vienna?

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