Bienvenue

Bienvenue à la Fondation Pierre du Bois créée en 2008, selon le vœu de Pierre du Bois qui avait, depuis fort longtemps déjà, formulé ses objectifs : susciter des recherches sur l’histoire du temps présent et soutenir des chercheurs et des étudiants travaillant dans ce domaine.

Papiers d’actualité / Current Affairs in Perspective

Inter-Ethnic Relations in Italian Borderlands: From the March on Bolzano to Alpe-Adria

New | Nouveau – No 9, October 2022

Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, post-doctoral researcher at Complutense University of Madrid and Alessandro Ambrosino, Geneva Graduate Institute

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Inter-Ethnic Relations in Italian Borderlands: From the March on Bolzano to Alpe-Adria

New | Nouveau – No 9, October 2022

Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, post-doctoral researcher at Complutense University of Madrid and Alessandro Ambrosino, Geneva Graduate Institute

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Papier d’Actualité

The Legacy of Munich 1972. The Munich Massacre and its place in the history of terrorism

New | Nouveau – No 8, October 2022

Dr Bernhard Blumenau, Lecturer in International Relations, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews

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Pierre du Bois Doctoral Workshop 2022

Histories of Capitalism in Europe and the World

Event | Événement – September 29-30, 2022

The second Annual Pierre du Bois Doctoral Workshop, organized by the Graduate Institute in partnership with the Pierre du Bois Foundation, will take place on 29-30 September 2022. The workshop is titled “Histories of Capitalism in Europe and the World”, and is organized by Fernanda Conforto de Oliveira, Michele Zampa, Oluwaseun Williams, and Amal Shahid.

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The Pierre du Bois Prize 2022- ex aequo, Joel Velkamp and Michele Sollai

Pierre du Bois Prize 2022 – ex aequo, Joel Velkamp and Michele Sollai

The recipients of the Pierre du Bois Prize in 2022, awarded annually for the best doctoral thesis in International History and Politics defended at the Geneva Graduate Institute, are, ex aequo, Dr Michele Sollai and Dr Joel Alfred Veldkamp.

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