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Livsreformatoren fra Lem. Om husmandssønnen, lægen, kostreformatoren, cykelpioneren, ernæringsforskeren og kulturimportøren Mikkel Hindhede (1862-1945)
with PhD Simone do Vale, Rio de Janeiro
Pablo Sánchez León is a historian engaged in the history of the 20 and 21 centuries of Spanish history with a focus on the influence of the civil war and Francoist dictatorship on contemporary society and culture.
Seeds of Understanding, Paths of Reconciliation. Remembering the Anni di Piombo in Italy
Women Against the Mafia: A gendered perspective on a difficult rebellion
Nikos Papastergiadis. Director of the Research Unit in Public Cultures, based at The University of Melbourne. He is a Professor in the School of Culture and Communication at The University of Melbourne and founder – with Scott McQuire – of the Spatial Aesthetics research cluster.
Jane Ohlmeyer gives a lecture on ‘The 1916 Revolutions: Contexts and Consequences’.
Gæsteforelæsning ved professor Gary Peters, York St John University, GB
University of Chicago: Saint-Domingue/Haiti: Plantation life, Abolitionism, Revolution. In 1791, a violent slave rebellion broke out in what was France’s most lucrative colony, Saint-Domingue.
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