CAS Fall 2022 Events Calendar

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Friday, September 9Robert A. Kann Memorial Lecture. John Connelly, University of California, Berkeley, “Was the Habsburg Empire an Empire?” 12:00, Heller Hall 1210 and on Zoom ( Cosponsored by the Department of History.

Friday, September 16; 22-23. Online Conference. Criminalization-Surveillance-Resistance: Roma and Policing from the Holocaust to the Present. Zoom, register for sessions at Presented by the Center for Austrian Studies, the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and the Institute for Global Studies.

Wednesday, October 12. Public Discussion. University of Minnesota History Book Club. Theuerdank: The Illustrated Epic of a Renaissance Knight. Discussion with Jonathan Green (University of North Dakota), Howard Louthan (University of MInnesota), and Elaine Tennant (University of California, Berkeley). 6:00, Zoom (registration link forthcoming).

Thursday, October 20. Carl Sheppard Memorial Lecture in Medieval Art History. Larry Silver, University of Pennsylvania, “The ‘Last Knight’? Maximilian I on the Threshold of Early Modernity.” 7:00, Zoom (registration link forthcoming). Presented by the Center for Medieval Studies.

Thursday, October 27James Ford Bell Lecture. Michael Gaudio, Department of Art History, University of Minnesota, “Speaking Images: The Art of Travel Literature in Early Modern Europe.” 7:00, 120 Elmer Andersen Library.

Monday, October 31. Public Lecture. Guenter Bischof, Department of History and Director, Center Austria, University of New Orleans and Peter Ruggenthaler, Senior Research Fellow, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, University of Graz, Austria, “Austria and the Cold War.” 1:00, Zoom ( Cosponsored by the Department of History and the Department of Political Science. 

Thursday, November 10. Reception and Book Discussion. Kurt Bednar, Transatlantic Relations and the Great War: Austria-Hungary and the United States. 5:00 at the home of Howard Louthan (please email for details). 

Friday, December 2. Public Lecture. Stephanie Leitch, Art History, Florida State University), “The Adjustable Feather Skirt in 16th-century Travel Narratives.” 12:15, 1210 Heller HallPresented by the Center for Premodern Studies.

Tuesday, December 6. Brown Bag Research Discussion. Petra Aigner, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria; Department of Sociology, Fulbright Fellow, University of Minnesota. 12:00, 1114 Social Sciences.

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