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Stefano Bellucci on ENIUGH Steering Committee

Stefano Bellucci has been nominated member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the next European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH) Conference.

Important channel

ENIUGH promotes research and teaching in world and global history, especially among scholars based in Europe. It was formed to answer the demand for efficient cooperation in this field. As a multilingual platform of communication it has become an important channel for scientific exchange within Europe, while offering many opportunities to connect with colleagues from other world regions. The ENIUGH conference is organized triennially as a forum for researchers to present and discuss their latest findings as well as to inform each other about new organisational patterns in the fields of teaching and research.


Stefano Bellucci lectures in African History and African Economics

Bellucci: "Global questions and historical interconnections are at the heart of the research programmes run at the Institute for History of Leiden University.  Therefore ENIUGH could indeed be a platform for historians of Leiden University, for exchanging research results as well as for keeping up to date with ongoing research in the field of global and world history by others scholars and research institutions."

Call for papers: “Ruptures, Empires, Revolutions"

The next ENIUGH conference will take place in Budapest from 31 August – 3 September 2017 under the overall theme “Ruptures, Empires, Revolutions”.  The call for papers is now open and will close in November 2016.


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