Sunday, 14 November 2010

Remembering Tim Mason

EUROPEAN STUDIES CENTRE
St Antony’s College ▪ University of Oxford
Workshop
10 – 11 December 2010
EUROPEAN STUDIES CENTRE
70 WOODSTOCK ROAD, OXFORD

Politics, Economy and Class in Nazi Germany: A Reassessment

This international workshop has its starting-point in the historical legacy of Timothy Mason (1940-90), pioneering historian of Nazi Germany, research fellow at St Antony’s College in the late 1960s and a founding editor of History Workshop Journal. Twenty years after Mason’s untimely death, the workshop will consider and relocate his contributions to the history of National Socialism and fascism at a point when some of the premises with which he worked seem to be re-emerging in new historical directions.

It will include panels on Labour and Social Policy; Hitler and Regime Dynamics; Race and Class; Women and Gender; War, Economy and Plunder; and a roundtable on Comparative Fascisms.

Speakers include: Claudia Baldoli, Richard Bessel, Jane Caplan, Gustavi Corni,

Geoff Eley, Neil Gregor, Rüdiger Hachtmann, Susanne Heim, Nicole Kramer,

Christiane Kuller, Alf Lüdtke, Hans Mommsen, Jeremy Noakes, Eve Rosenhaft,

Carola Sachse, Jonathan Steinberg, Adam Tooze, Mary Vincent, Perry Willson

Registration £30 (reductions for graduate students). Space is limited; pre-registration is essential. For enquiries and further details, please email the ESC Administrator

anne-laure.guillermain@sant.ox.ac.uk

The workshop is supported by the John Fell OUP Research Fund, History Workshop Journal, St Antony’s College and the Modern European History Research Centre

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