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אירוע // כנס: שנת 1922: מרכז אירופה בין סדר ישן לחדש [העברית & אב"ג / ירושלים & באר שבע & מקוון] 12-14.12.22

כתובת ההודעה: https://www.hum-il.com/message/2120210/

International Conference

Anno 1922: Central Europe Between Old and New Order

Beer-Sheva & Jerusalem / Online

Monday-Wednesday, 12-14 December 2022


DAY 1: Monday, December 12, Beer Sheva, Marcus Family Campus, Oren Hall, Building 26

10:30-11:00 Reception & Greetings

11:00-13:00 SESSION I: ECONOMY (Karine van der Beek, Beer-Sheva)

Benjamin Vogt, Oxford
Transnational Finance of Reconstruction: From the League Loans to the Dawes Plan

Johannes Gleixner, Munich
“Currency Experiments” and “Schildbürgerstreiche”: The Monetary Disentanglement and Re-Entanglement of Czechoslovakia

Jerzy Łazor, Warsaw
“L’Impérialisme du pauvre”: France and its Eastern European Clients

Cristiano La Lumia, Naples
Stabilizing Post-Imperial Spaces: The German-Polish Convention on Upper Silesia

13:00-14:30 Lunch

14:30-17:30 SESSION II: AUSTRIA (Mark Gelber, Beer-Sheva)

Christopher Wendt, Florence
Post-Imperial Austrian Tyrol: On Faith, Nation, and Region

Niall Buckley, Dublin
Reforming Reform: Ignaz Seipel’s Austrian Counter-Revolution

Christian Fleck, Vienna
Divided: The Austrian Labor Movement

16:00-16:30 Coffee break

Dagmar Wernitznig, Ljubljana
Gender and Order: The Travel Log of Sarah Wambaugh

Wilfried Göttlicher, Graz
The “Future of the Nation”: School Reform between Old and New Order


DAY 2: Tuesday, December 13, Jerusalem, Mount Scopus Campus, The Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 405

9:30-12:30 SESSION III: MINORITIES (Iris Nachum, Jerusalem)

Anat Varon, Beer-Sheva
Home and Away: Jewish-Austrian Authors Travelling Mandatory Palestine

Rotem Giladi, Jerusalem/London
A Liminal Year: Nathan Feinberg's “The Problem of National Minorities”

Marina Germane, Vienna
Minorities in Parliament: Elections of 1922 in Poland, Latvia and Lithuania

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Dóra Pataricza, Turku/Szeged
The Imprisoned Rabbi: Numerus Clausus in Hungary

András Joó, Budapest
Challenging Discrimination: Lucien Wolf and Hungary’s Numerus Clausus Law

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 SESSION IV: ZEITGEIST (Yehudit Dori Deston, Jerusalem)

David J. Rosner, New York
“Decline of the West”: Oswald Spengler’s Dystopia

Péter Techet, Zurich/Freiburg
“Pure Theory of Law”: Habsburg Legacy in Post-Habsburg Order

Anne Hultsch, Vienna
Losing a Language: Prague’s German Treasure

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-18:00 SESSION V: VIOLENCE (Ofer Ashkenazi, Jerusalem)

Katharina Friege, Oxford
“Frau Emma kämpft im Hinterland”: The Dramatic Oeuvre of Ilse Langner

Oded Heilbronner, Ramat-Gan
A Small Town in Germany 1922: Nazi Provocations and Mass Violence in Coburg

Patryk Pleskot, Rzeszów/Warsaw
Embattled: Poland’s Violent 20s

Charles Sabatos, Istanbul
Anti-War Fictions: Satires from the Post-Habsburg Margins


DAY 3: Wednesday, December 14, Jerusalem, Mount Scopus Campus, The Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 405

9:30-11:30 SESSION VI: BORDERS (Oded Steinberg, Jerusalem)

Angela Ilić, Munich
Contested Territories, Disputed Identities: Lower Styria and Istria between Old and New Orders

Robert L. Nelson, Windsor
German Speakers in Borderlands: From Stabilization to Rescue

Michael Burri, Bryn Mawr
Delimiting Former Twins: The Interallied Commission and the Austrian-Hungarian Boundary

Peter Polak-Springer, Berlin
National Bordering: Upper Silesia between Germany and Poland

11:30-12:00 Coffee break

12:00-13:30 SESSION VII: IDEOLOGIES (Rebekka Grossmann, Jerusalem)

Ruth Nattermann, Rome/Munich
Early Resistance: Italian Fascism and its Female Opponents

Oskar Mulej, Vienna
Politics of Language: “Liberalism” in the Slovene, Austrian, and Czech Cases

Alexandra Preitschopf, Klagenfurt
Anti-Bolshevism: Russian Émigrés between Old and New Order

13:30-15:00 Lunch

15:00-16:00 SESSION VIII: CENTRAL EUROPE AND BEYOND (Eran Shlomi, Jerusalem)

Anastassiya Schacht, Vienna
Culture and Diplomacy: The League of Nations’ Early Ties with the Soviet Regime

Friedemann Pestel, Freiburg/Berkeley
Musical Mobility: Between Post-Imperial Crisis and Transatlantic Migration

16:00-16:30 Coffee break

16:30 Keynote Lecture by Pieter Judson, Florence

Imposing the New, Safeguarding the Old: Habsburg Central Europe’s Postwar Imperial Order


מפרסם ההודעה
Jenia Stadel | Adminstrative Director The Jacob Robinson Institute for the History of Individual and Collective Rights Faculty of Humanities The Hebrew University of Jerusalem T +972.2.5880318 Jeniay@savion.huji.ac.il
כתובת מלאה
Beer Sheva, Marcus Family Campus, Oren Hall, Building 26 & Jerusalem, Mount Scopus Campus, Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 405
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