The celebration of the key human rites of passage without church ceremony was a major theme of the 19th-century ‘culture wars’ between anticlerical forces and religious authorities across Europe.
International Conference: The State of the Art in the History of Politics
Organized by the National Research School for Political History OPG
30 November – 1 December 2017, Royal Library The Hague
CONFÉRENCE - Magistrature, résistance et violence à Bruxelles, 1940-1944
Call for Participation
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Prix du CArCoB 2017
Belgian Network for Migration Historians (BNMH)
Het Departement Geschiedenis van de Faculteit Letteren en Wijsbegeerte zoekt een voltijds (100 %)
Doctor-assistent in het domein van de Geschiedenis
During the last decades, political historians have increasingly focused on the evolution of political consciousness among the “common people” during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In that process they have often made use of all-encompassing notions such as politicization, democratization and nationalization.
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