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Call for Papers: International Conference "Gender & Humanitarianism", IEG Mainz, 29 June - 1 July 2017

Moeller, Esther (28 avr. 2016)

CfP Conference “Gender & Humanitarianism. (Dis-)Empowering Women and Men in the Twentieth Century” IEG Mainz, June 29 – July 1, 2017 Conveners: Esther Möller, Johannes Paulmann, Katharina Stornig © ICRC / hist-02753-24a 1 © Imperial War Museum London / hist-0021 1 This conference will ...

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Workshop: Health, Well-Being and Subsistence in the History of Socioeconomic Rights, Duties and Obligations,10-11 November 2016

Klose, Fabian (10 nov. 2016)

Socioeconomic Rights in History Leverhulme Network Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) Workshop Organised by: Dieter Gosewinkel, Paul-André Rosental, and Claudia Stein This two-day workshop will explore the history of the rights to health and subsistence from the eighteenth ...

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Human Rights and "Neoliberalism"

Moyn, Samuel (9 déc. 2013)

Much ink has now been spilled on the historical origins of human rights. That debate will continue no doubt. I have surveyed the wreckage in a recent review essay (in English here, but for some similar thoughts auf Deutsch see here) but there is no doubt that problems large and small remain to ...

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The History of European Human Rights Leagues

treiblmayr (12 mars 2016)

Public figures as diverse as Victor Basch, René Cassin, Emile Durkheim, Albert Einstein, Emile Kahn, Caroline Rémy de Guebhard (Séverine), or Kurt Tucholsky had one thing in common: they were all committed members of a human rights league.[1] Taking as a starting point a research project on “ ...

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The Historical Origins of International Criminal Law

vonlingen (22 mai 2014)

Crystallising a Sub-discipline of the History of International Criminal Law International Criminal Law, as a relatively young discipline, occasionally still struggles with certain weaknesses in its own theoretical foundation. In an attempt to address this problem the Forum for International Criminal ...

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Public Lecture "Humanitarianism on Trial" by Prof. Dr. Andrew Thompson

Klose, Fabian (26 avr. 2014)

Prof. Dr. Andrew Thompson, University of Exeter, will speak at the Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz on the topic  "Humanitarianism on Trial. How a global system of aid and development emerged through the end of empire". This public lecture will take place on Monday, 05th May 2014, ...

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New Book by Antonio de Lauri (ed.): The Politics of Humanitarianism: Power, Ideology and Aid

Thulin, Mirjam (1 févr. 2016)

Despite its idealistic origins and rhetoric, humanitarianism has increasingly been seen as becoming economic enterprise and a political tool for controlling territories and governing international relations. But one has to ask how positions within the spectrum of humanitarian action are influenced ...

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Humanitarianism in Historical Perspective

Paulmann, Johannes (3 déc. 2015)

Workshop at the European University Institute, Florence Report by Johannes Paulmann (IEG, Mainz) The workshop participants at the terrace of Villa Schifanoia (from left to right): Alexandra Pfeiff, Simon Stevens, Fabian Klose, Johannes Paulmann, Emily Baughan, Semih Çelik, and Dirk Moses. On 25th ...

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New publication: SOS Biafra

Piotrowski, Michael (20 nov. 2015)

This new publication may be of interest to readers of this blog: SOS Biafra by Dominik Matter is an analysis of Swiss foreign relations in the context of the Nigerian civil war (1967–1970).  «SOS Biafra» was the International Committee of the Red Cross's appeal to the public, in May 1968, to ...

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Film Presentation and Discussion: "NUR LEICHTE KÄMPFE IM RAUM DA NANG" (1970), by HANS-DIETER GRABE

Klose, Fabian (9 avr. 2014)

The Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz is organizing a public presentation of the documentary "NUR LEICHTE KÄMPFE IM RAUM DA NANG" (1970) by Hans-Dieter Grabe on Tuesday, 15th April 2014, at 05:00 p.m.   This award winning documentary focuses on the suffering of civilians and the ...

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