Philipp Ther Talk: Center for European Studies
Monday, October 29, 2018, 04:30pm - 06:00pm
"Refugees and Integration History in an Enlarged Europe"
(University of Vienna)
Monday, October 29, 2018, 4:30 PM
Center for European Studies
Academic Building (West Wing) 6051
Philipp Ther holds a chair in Central European History at the University of Vienna; he is currently Global Distinguished Professor at NYU. Ther is author of seven books (all translated into numerous languages), including Europe Since 1989: A History (Princeton 2016), The Dark Side of Nation-States: Ethnic Cleansing in Modern Europe (Berghahn 2016); Center Stage: Operatic Culture and Nation Building in Nineteenth-Century Central Europe (Purdue 2014), in addition to his prize-winning studies on neoliberalism (Die neue Ordnung auf dem alten Kontinent: Eine Geschichte des neoliberalen Europa, (Suhrkamp 2014); and on refugees (Die Außenseiter: Flucht, Flüchtlinge und Integration im modernen Europa (Suhrkamp 2017), as well as on methodologies of transnationalism. Prof. Ther, former visiting professor at Sciences Po (Paris), is permanent fellow at the Berlin College for Comparative History of Europe.
His most recent publication, Europe since 1989: A history, was awarded with the Leipzig Book Fair Prize. https://iog.univie.ac.at/ueber-uns/personal/professoren/philipp-ther/