International History Now

International History Now

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Hosts: Dina Gusejnova, Georgios Giannakopoulos In this series, we will be inviting guests to explore topical questions in historical perspective, and to share their thoughts drawing on experiences and research from around the world. Dina Gusejnova is an Assistant Professor in Modern European History at the LSE’s Department of International History. She is the author of European Elites and Ideas of Empire, 1917-57 (Cambridge University Press, 2016) and works more broadly on European intellectual history and political thought in the twentieth century. George Giannakopoulos holds a PhD in Modern History from Queen Mary, University of London. His research focuses on the history and politics of Britain and Southeastern Europe since the late nineteenth century. He is teaching European history at politics at City University of London and NYU in London and is a visiting fellow at the Centre of Hellenic Studies, King’s College London. Twitter feed @giannako81 Guests: Carlo Invernizzi Accetti, Associate Professor of Political Theory at CUNY, New York Nausikaa El-Mecky, Professor of Art History at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona Michal Murawski, Lecturer in Critical Area Studies, UCL SSEES, London Alma Simba, UG student in International History at LSE, London, and Editor of Lacuna Lit literary magazine Music credits: Sunburst, « Vijana »; Courtesy of Strut Records. Artist: Sunburst Title: Vijana Composer: Sunburst ISRC: DEG931600830. Publisher: !K7 Publishing admin by Kobalt Music Publishing (P) 1976 Tanzania Film Co. Ltd Courtesy of Strut Records - a division of K7 Music GmbH « Lenin » by NeuroDubel,(2010), from the album Aftary pravdy, https://soundcloud.com/neurodubel2/neuro-dubel-lenin « Pourquoi » by Sniper, 2003), from their album Gravé dans la roche, Desh Musique ‎– 2564602421, East West France ‎– 2564602421

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About this podcast

Hosts: Dina Gusejnova, Georgios Giannakopoulos In this series, we will be inviting guests to explore topical questions in historical perspective, and to share their thoughts drawing on experiences and research from around the world. Dina Gusejnova is an Assistant Professor in Modern European History at the LSE’s Department of International History. She is the author of European Elites and Ideas of Empire, 1917-57 (Cambridge University Press, 2016) and works more broadly on European intellectual history and political thought in the twentieth century. George Giannakopoulos holds a PhD in Modern History from Queen Mary, University of London. His research focuses on the history and politics of Britain and Southeastern Europe since the late nineteenth century. He is teaching European history at politics at City University of London and NYU in London and is a visiting fellow at the Centre of Hellenic Studies, King’s College London. Twitter feed @giannako81 Guests: Carlo Invernizzi Accetti, Associate Professor of Political Theory at CUNY, New York Nausikaa El-Mecky, Professor of Art History at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona Michal Murawski, Lecturer in Critical Area Studies, UCL SSEES, London Alma Simba, UG student in International History at LSE, London, and Editor of Lacuna Lit literary magazine Music credits: Sunburst, « Vijana »; Courtesy of Strut Records. Artist: Sunburst Title: Vijana Composer: Sunburst ISRC: DEG931600830. Publisher: !K7 Publishing admin by Kobalt Music Publishing (P) 1976 Tanzania Film Co. Ltd Courtesy of Strut Records - a division of K7 Music GmbH « Lenin » by NeuroDubel,(2010), from the album Aftary pravdy, https://soundcloud.com/neurodubel2/neuro-dubel-lenin « Pourquoi » by Sniper, 2003), from their album Gravé dans la roche, Desh Musique ‎– 2564602421, East West France ‎– 2564602421

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