Philip T. Reeker, deputy assistant secretary for European and Eurasian affairs and former U.S. ambassador to Macedonia, will give a talk on "The Balkans: from War and 'Ethnic Cleansing' to Democratization and Integration into Europe." His remarks will consider the complex history … Continued
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The 2013 Duke-UNC Consortium Conference focuses on Muslim women’s veiling practices in transnational contexts. The one and a half day conference is a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of the cultural, religious, historical and political meanings of the Muslim headscarf. It … Continued
Annegret Fauser is Professor of Music and Adjunct Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her research engages with music in France and the U.S. in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Traditionally gendered feminine in Western culture, music plays … Continued
How nation-states laid claims on the bodies of soldiers and their wives during World War I is the theme of this lecture. It will analyze the experiences of war widows and their husbands comparatively to untangle the complex relationships between … Continued
Seminar given by Mischa Honeck (German Historical Institute in Washington, DC) In cooperation with the Duke-UNC “Gender, War and Culture” Series and the Research Triangle Seminar Series on the History of Military, War and Society