EUI Events


Emotions and politics on screen in post-war Germany – 15 March

15 March, 10.00-12.00 CET Sala del Torrino, Villa Salviati (Florence, Italy), and via Zoom Lecture by Anja Laukötter (University of Jena) on transatlatic cinematic sexual health education after the Second World War Please register on the event webpage

Call for Papers | Queer contemporary histories – international and intersectional perspectives | Deadline: 15 March 2024

The Research Network “Queer Contemporary Histories in German-speaking Europe” is organizing the international closing conference “Queer contemporary histories – international and intersectional perspectives” on 1 and 2 July 2024 at Freie Universität Berlin and looking for contributions. For more information and to submit a paper, please refer to the call for papers’ webpage Deadline: 15 […]

CfP: Young Scholars Forum on Histories of Gender, Sexuality and Migration – deadline: 15 March 2024

Eighth Annual Young Scholars Forum Pacific Office of the GHI in Berkeley 21-22 October 2024 Conveners: Isabel Richter (GHI Pacific Office Berkeley) and Benno Gammerl (European University Institute Florence) The Pacific Office of the German Historical Institute Washington at UC Berkeley is soliciting proposals for papers to be presented at the Eighth Annual Young Scholars […]

Workshop – Writing women, making history – 11 March 2024

This workshop, organised by the Queer and Feminist Studies Working Group, aims to celebrate International Women’s Day together with the Biblioteca Femminista, a volunteer organisation collecting and lending feminist books in central Florence, and a meeting and organising space for different local activist groups. For more information and to register, please refer to the event […]

In memoriam | Regina Schulte

The EUI mourns the loss of Regina Schulte, who passed away on 8 February 2024. Professor Schulte was Chair for European History and Women’s and Gender Studies in the EUI History Department from 1998 to 2003. She contributed in crucial ways to women’s and gender history. In memoriam | Regina Schulte