KEYNOTE on Saturday, 25th April 2015

Konrad Jarausch (Lurcy Professor of European Civilization, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Crisis: “Reflections on a Key Term of Historical Analysis” 

Location: Institut für Osteuropäische Geschichte
Spitalgasse 2, Hof 3 (Campus)
Seminarraum 2

Time: 9.00-10.30


KEYNOTE ON THURSDAY 23rd April 2015:

Prof. Grażyna Skąpska (Institute of Sociology, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Cracow) will give a keynote on:

 “Crisis in Society: Catastrophic and Prometeian Approaches”



Vienna University                                                                                                                                         Main Building First Floor, Stairway 8                                                                                                     Auditorium 41

TIME: 18.30-20.00







Welcome to the website of GRACEH 2015!

The 9th Graduate Conference in European History (GRACEH) is entitled Crisis and Solidarity in European History and will be hosted by the University of Vienna on 23-25 April 2015.

Since 2007, GRACEH has been jointly organized by the Central European University, the European University Institute and the University of Vienna. The conference takes place annually at one of the three universities.The idea of GRACEH is to bring together young researchers from different disciplines working on European history. We try to include a variety of topics, ranging from the early modern period to contemporary history. GRACEH provides a platform not only to discuss methodological approaches but to enable exchange with peers and senior academics. Young scholars have the possibility to present their current research projects or chapters of their theses.

Apart from people enrolled at our partner universities, we equally encourage scholars from other institutions to apply to the conference.

Organizing committee: 

  • Elisabeth Haid
  • Elisabeth Sylvia Janik
  • Matthias Kaltenbrunner
  • Elisabeth Thoß

Academic Advisory Board:

Previous GRACEHs: