International Conference on "Sites of Indifference to Nation in Habsburg Central Europe"

bridges vol. 17, April 2008 / Noteworthy Information

In cooperation with the Herder Institute, Marburg, the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies is organizing a conference on "Sites of Indifference to Nation in Habsburg Central Europe" to be held at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, May 9-10, 2008. 



{access view=guest}Access to the full article is free, but requires you to register. Registration is simple and quick – all we need is your name and a valid e-mail address. We appreciate your interest in bridges.{/access} {access view=!guest} The program consists of five sessions with presentations on topics such as

·    "Citizenship, Community, and Territory on the Bohemian/Saxon Frontier, 1918-1924",

·    "Strategies of Multilingualism in Hungary during the Nineteenth Century"; and

·    "Imagined Indifference: National Indifference as a Category of Historical Analysis."


For further information including the full conference program please visit
http://www.arts.ualberta.ca/ccauces/Programmes/Detailed_Programme.htm

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