Histoire@Politique Presents Jessica Gienow-Hecht, "Culture and International History: It’s Not Always Sunshine and Rainbows!"
News from Jun 06, 2017
On June 6, Histoire@Politique presents a lecture by Jessica Gienow-Hecht, Professor of History at the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Department of History of the Freie Universität Berlin and Visiting Professor at the Alfred Grosser Chair until 30 June 2017:
Culture and International History: It's Not Always Sunshine and Rainbows!
17:00 | Conference room, 56 rue Jacob
18h30-19h45 | Jean Monnet Room, 56 rue Jacob Cocktail
Founded in 2007, Histoire@Politique was the first electronic history journal in France. With 30 issues published since its creation, the journal of the History Center of Sciences Po has made significant contributions to the debate of French and international historians on the various historical forms of politics. History@Politique's papers and articles have presented a rich picture of historical research ranging from the history of institutions and political parties in France, Europe and the world to the history of social movements. "policy from below", and all the informal aspects that political practices can take up to the international level. It is in the same spirit that History@Politique devoted its last issue to the classic question of the role of the historian in the City, which has acquired new relevance in the context of current political developments in France and Europe: http://www.histoire-politique.fr/.