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Konferenz [22.-23.06.2017, Canterbury]: Occupations in the Age of Total War. Micro Perspectives and Transnational Research

Am 22. und 23. Juni 2017 findet in Canterbury die Konferenz Occupations in the Age of Total War. Micro Perspectives and Transnational Research statt. Veranstalter sind das Centre for the Study of War, Propaganda and Society (University of Kent) und die Vakgroep Geschiedenis (Universiteit Gent) in Kooperation mit dem CegeSoma (Brüssel) und dem NIOD (Amsterdam).

Folgende Beiträge haben einen Benelux-Bezug:

  • Sophie De Schaepdrijver (Penn State/Kent): Military Occupations, ‚Sacrifice‘, and the Social Contract in Two World Wars
  • Jan Naert (Universiteit Gent): Governing under Occupation. Belgian and French Mayors during and after World War One, 1914-1921?
  • Jan Julia Zurné (CegeSoma): Maintaining Order in Occupied Belgium? The Brussels Public Prosecutor’s Office and Wartime Political Violence, 1940-1950
  • Peter Romijn (NIOD, Universiteit van Amsterdam): Dutch Functional Elites in the ‚Long Second World War‘, 1940-1949
  • Book Launch and Panel Discussion, Nico Wouters will briefly present his new book Mayoral Collaboration under Nazi Occupation Belgium, the Netherlands and the North of France (1938-46), followed by a panel discussion between the author and Pieter Lagrou (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Martin Conway (Oxford University) and Sophie De Schaepdrijver (Penn State/Kent), moderated by Stefan Goebel (Kent).
  • Ismee Tames (NIOD): Moving through Liminal Spaces in Occupation
  • Gertjan Leenders (Universiteit Gent): Denunciation to the Enemy in Belgium during the First and Second World War
  • Helen Grevers (Universiteit Gent): The People and the Purge. Grassroots Dynamics of the Punishment of Collaborators in Leuven, 1944-1947
  • Barbara Deruytter (Universiteit Gent): Popular Sentiments, Ideas and Experiences Expressed in Songs during and shortly after the Occupation of Belgium 1914-1918

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