2017 by A.R.T

TALKS

  INVITED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

“The Global Balkans and the Nineteenth Century,” Department of History, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2016.

 

“A Tale of Two Debts: Modern Greece and Europe,” Elmhurst Public Library, Elmhurst, IL, 2016.

 

“Imperial and Culinary Crossroads: A Brief History of Romania,” Elmhurst Public Library, Elmhurst, IL, 2015.

 

“European Civilization, ‘French Influence,’ and the Accidental Nation-State,” Department of Hellenic Studies, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, BC, 2014.

 

“Schools and the Accidental Nation-State: Education Reform in Early Nineteenth-Century France, Greece, and Romania,” European History Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2014.

  PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

“The Science of Philanthropy: Giving, Religion, and Transculturation in the Early Nineteenth-Century Balkans and Europe,” Modern Greek Studies Association, Stockton, NJ, 2017 (accepted).

 

“Why Teach in Prison?,” Crossroads: The Future of Graduate History Education, Madison, NJ, 2016.

 

“Home Schooling: Boys, Mothers, and Elementary Education in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Romanian Studies Conference, Bloomington, IN, 2016.

 

“A New Kind of Conquest: French Liberals, Soft Power, and Post-Napoleonic Europe,” The Society for French Historical Studies, Nashville, TN, 2016.

 

“A Different Kind of Debt: France, Greece, and Civilization,” American Historical Association, Atlanta, GA, 2016.

 

“An Insertion of the Public Sphere in the Private: Elementary Education and the Family in the Early Greek State,” Modern Greek Studies Association, Atlanta, GA, 2015.

 

“Romanian Unification and European Civilization: Simeon Marcovici’s National and International Aims,” Society for Romanian Studies Congress, Bucharest, Romania, 2015.

 

Roundtable: “Against the Canon: New Approaches to the Romanian Historiography,” Romanian Studies Conference, Bloomington, IN, 2015.

 

“Europe’s Borderland: The Balkans, the Nineteenth Century, and ‘French Influence,’” American Historical Association, New York, NY, 2015.

 

“Between Culture and Politics: Identity, the Balkan Enlightenment, and the Greek War of Independence,” The Byzantine Studies Association of North America, Vancouver, Canada, 2014.

 

“Politics in the Guise of Good Deeds: Philanthropic Organizations, the Liberal Opposition, and the 1838 Law on the Insane,” The Western Society for French History, San Antonio, TX, 2014.

 

“Patriotic Mothers and Fit Sons: Elementary Education in the Early Greek State,” The Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Toronto, Canada, 2014.

 

“From Civilization to Nation: Lancastrian Schools in the Balkans before and after the Greek State,” American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., 2014.

 

“On the Edge of Civilization: Lancastrian Schools and the Transition from an Orthodox Commonwealth to Balkan Nationalism,” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston, MA, 2013.

 

“From Civilization to Nation: Lancastrian Schools in the Balkans before and after the Greek State,” Modern Greek Studies Association Symposium, Bloomington, IN, 2013.

 

“Spies and Greengrocers: The Symbolic Uses of Secret Police Files under Communism,” Romanian Studies Conference, Bloomington, IN, 2009.

 

“Romanian Identity in Exile: Intellectual Émigrés in Paris, 1947-1989,” Society for Romanian Studies Congress, Constanta, Romania, 2007.

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