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Switzerland

 

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Dominic Eggel obtained a PhD in International History and Politics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. Dominic also earned a Licence in International Relations and a Master in International History and Politics from the Graduate Institute, Geneva, as well as a Diploma in International Studies from the University of Technology, Sydney. With the support of the Swiss National Science Foundation, Dominic worked as a visiting fellow at the Forschungszentrum Europäische Aufklärung in Potsdam and at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Dominic's research focuses on the history of ideas and political thought, historiography – particularly the Enlightenment and early historicism – as well as the study of identity and alterity in early modern Europe. Dominic's thesis on the Idea of Europe in Classical Weimar: the case of Goethe, Schiller, Herder and Wieland was awarded the Latsis Prize 2011 of the University of Geneva and the 2011 Pierre du Bois Prize of the Graduate Institute in Geneva.
Selected Publications
Eggel D. (2016), "Quo vadis diplomatic history? Reflections on the past and present of writing the history of international relations", in Haider-Wilson B., Mueller M., Godsey W.D. (eds.), Internationale Geschichte in Theorie und Praxis:Traditionen und Perspektiven“ / „International History in Theory and Practice: Traditions and Perspectives, Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, 207-229.
 
Eggel D. (2015), "Das Europabild Herders: Kontinentale Palingenesie im Dienste der Humanität", in Miroslav Zelic (ed.), Europa: Zur Kulturgeschichte einer Idee, Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, 97-109.
 
Eggel D. (2014), "A civilisation at peril: Goethe’s representation of Europe during the Sattelzeit", in Hylkema J. and Lamers H., eds., Between Emblem and Labyrinth: the Many Images of Europe in Art, Literature, and Scholarship, 1500-1800, European Review of History–Revue européenne d’Histoire, Routlegde, 2014, 871-888.
 
Eggel D. (2014), "Le projet des Lumières mis en cause de l’intérieur: les classiques de Weimar à l’avant-garde des critiques de la civilisation européenne", in Lilti A. and Spector C., eds, Penser l'Europe au XVIIIe siècle, Voltaire Foundation, Oxford, 2014, 181-203.
 
Eggel D. (2014), "Ideas and Concepts in History. Some reflections about half a century of historiographic debate", in Ideas and Identities, Festschrift for Professor A. Liebich, Peter Lang, Bern, 17-43.
 
Eggel D. (2012), "Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Europe: Wieland's Idea of Europe Before, During and After the French Revolution", in Pinheiro T., Cieszynska B. and Franco E., eds., Ideas of / for Europe. An Interdisciplinary Approach to European Identity, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 89-105.
 

Eggel D. (2012), "Das Europabild der Weimarer Klassiker: Eine vergleichende Perspektive", in Lützeler M., Hanenberg P. and Jablkowska J., Einheit in der Vielfalt? Der Europadiskurs der SchriftstellerInnen seit der Klassik; Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of Germanists, section 34,  Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 5: 31-6.

Eggel D. and Wehinger B., eds., (2009), Europa denken im 18. Jahrhundert/Imagining Europe in the XVIIIth century, Aufklärung und Moderne, Wehrhahn-Verlag, Hannover.

Eggel D. (2009), "Introduction", in Eggel D. and Wehinger B., eds., Europa denken im 18. Jahrhundert/Imagining Europe in the XVIIIth Century, Aufklärung und Moderne, Wehrhahn-Verlag, Hannover, 7-17.

Eggel D. (2009), "Schiller: Conceptualizing Europe at the Threshold of Modernity" in Eggel D. and Wehinger B., eds., Europa denken im 18. Jahrhundert/Imagining Europe in the XVIIIth Century, Aufklärung und Moderne, Wehrhahn-Verlag, Hannover, 125-43.

Eggel D., Liebich A. and Mancini-Griffoli D. (2007), "Was Herder a Nationalist?", Review of Politics, vol. 69/1, 48-78.

Eggel D. (2007) "Trois siècles de discours sarrasino-valaisans. Synthèse et réflexions", Vallesia, vol. 62, 347-371.

Eggel D. (2006), Imagining Europe in the Eighteenth Century: the Case of Herder, Arditi Award in international relations, Studies and Working Papers No2, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, 139 p.

 

 

 
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