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The event is called (in German) “From Versailles to Crimea” and consists of short presentations by Stephan Malinowski and Fabian Hilfrich on the consequences of the First World War. It will take place in St. Cecilia’s Hall at 6pm on Thursday 15 May.

Here is the link to the invitation in German:

http://www.edinburgh.diplo.de/Vertretung/edinburgh/de/newsletter/Akademischer-RB-N-Ausgaben-2012/10_20Einladung_20zum_20Netzwerktreffen.html

 

 

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Registration is now open (and free) at https://sociology50.eventbrite.co.uk for Edinburgh Sociology’s 50th Anniversary Conference. The Conference includes a panel on ’50 Years of Researching Nationalism at Edinburgh’ with a key note address by Brendan O’Leary (Penn) on 2 July with responses by John Hutchinson (LSE), Michael Keating (Aberdeen) and David McCrone (Edinburgh).

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Identity, independence and interdependence: Sydney Smith Lecture
Theatre, Doorway 1, 26th May 2014, 10:00am-5:00pm

Drawing on a range of disciplinary approaches and evidence from a
variety of places and periods (from the prehistoric to the modern),
this one-day meeting will examine the relationship between a
community’s sense of identity and its political independence.

The deadline for registration is Thursday, 15 May: http://bit.ly/1lHMzis

 

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When: 22 May 2014, 6pm
Where: Hemma, The Tun, Holyrood, Edinburgh.

The Centre for Scottish Public Policy warmly invites you to the latest Meet the Author event. Alexander Moffat and Andy Riach will debate and discuss an oft-neglected aspect of the referendum debate: the Scottish arts.

Following the publication of their recent book ‘The Arts of Independence’, the two authors will provide a fascinating slant on to Scotland’s unique creative history and its role in Scotland’s political future. The event will be a great chance to meet the authors in person as well as to network with CSPP members.

The event is free for CSPP members and students, and £6 for non-members/non-students.

Booking is essential. To book, please go here.

We very much look forward to seeing you.

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The panel on nationalism at the July conference to celebrate 50 years of sociology at Edinburgh will feature: keynote speaker, Brendan O’Leary (Penn) and discussants, John Hutchinson (LSE), Michael Keating (Aberdeen) and David McCrone (Edinburgh).

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