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The Research Project Europe 1815-1914

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FI-00014 University of Helsinki
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The programme is continuously updated. New events might be advertised with short notice. External participants are welcome but preferably on a regular basis. Since the number of seats is limited pre-registration with project coordinator Minna Vainio (erere-info[at]helsinki.fi) is requested.

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29 Sept

Project presentation Adrian Brisku: Competing Geopolitics and Clashing Values during the Century of Europe

30 Sept
Project presentation Peter Haldén: Nineteenth projects for ordering international relations through law

Project Presentation Thomas Hopkins: Industrial Society and the State: French and German Perspectives

Over four days of intense discussion based upon pre-circulated papers, each member of the research team had the opportunity to flesh out and refine their individual research projects. Adrian Brisku opened the proceedings on 29th September, presenting his initial thoughts on a comparative study of the Russian and Ottoman empires in the nineteenth century. The following day, Peter Haldén discussed his plans to investigate the shaping of international relations in the century following the Treaty of Vienna in 1815, whilst Thomas Hopkins outlined a project on the intellectual origins of the 'social question' in France.