This in-person event is part of the TransAtlantic Masters Program Fall Friday Lecture Series. We develop a micro approach to assess how social structure is expressed in voting for Green and TAN parties. This study seeks to do three things. … Continued
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Covering more than two hundred years of history, Caroline Elkins reveals an evolutionary and racialized doctrine that espoused an unrelenting deployment of violence to secure and preserve the nation’s imperial interests. She outlines how ideological foundations of violence were rooted … Continued
After the Second World War, the Czechoslovak borderlands (known as the Sudetenland during the war) endured continued violence and ethnic cleansing, which also affected German-speaking Jews, many of whom had just returned from concentration or labor camps. In 1947, representatives … Continued