German, Austrian, Hungarian revolutions

Ann: a symposium in London, 15 November

Symposium on 90th anniversary of German, Austrian,Hungarian revolutions and Polish nation-state

The Socialist History Society invites you to attend a symposium on the 90th anniversary of the German, Austrian, and Hungarian revolutions and the foundation of the Polish nation-state.

It will be held on Saturday 15 November 2008 at Marx House, Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU.

Programme:

11.00 short introduction. Kevin Morgan (Manchester University)

11.10-12.50 What happened: 1918-1930.
        Germany. Norrie LaPorte (Glamorgan University)
        Austria. Jill Lewis (Swansea University)
        Hungary. Mark Pittaway (Open University)
        Poland. Anita J. Prazmowska (LSE)


12.50-1.45 Lunch

1.45-3.50 Significance and Consequences: including 1945-50 (reconstruction) and up to today.        Germany. Patrick Major (Reading University)        Austria. Jill Lewis        Hungary. Mark Pittaway        Poland. Anita J. Prazmowska.

Price: £3.00 for waged.        £1.50 unwaged.

The nearest underground station to Clerkenwell Green is Farringdon. It is a 15 minute walk from Angel underground station.

This is a path-breaking conference, giving you the chance to find out about these revolutions and perhaps even revise some of your views about the German revolution.

Further information from the Socialist History Society website or [mailto]N.Fishman@swansea.ac.uk[/mailto]