On March 30 and 31, Columbia University organizes, in the presence of French Ambassador to the United States Gérard Araud, a colloquium which will focus on New York's role as a source of material and financial support, beginning in 1914 and continuing through the United States' entrance into the war.

Guest lecturers include French Ambassador Gérard Araud, Volker Berghahn, Ian Buruma, Kenneth T. Jackson, Robert Jervis, Lisa Keller, Paul Kennedy, Rebecca Kobrin, Jack Levy, John Maurer, Jörg Nagler, Michael Neiberg, Mary Nolan, Susan Pedersen, Adam Tooze, Ross Wilson, and Jay Winter.
From 5pm to 7:30pm on March 30. From 8:30am to 5:30pm on March 31.

Conference registration is free but required in advance.
Please email: smk2209@columbia.edu to register.
More information: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lehmancenter/conference.html

 


This event is part of the French Embassy's yearlong nationwide centennial commemoration of the United States entrance into WWI, How 1917 Changed the World.

Conference sponsored by The Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History, The Seminar on the City, Columbia University. Co-sponsored by Columbia History Department, European Institute, and the Columbia Maison Française.


 

Columbia University, Faculty House Faculty House, 64 Morningside Drive, NY

America in a Time of War: City, Economy and Politics in World War I and after

When
March 30-31, 2017
Where
Columbia University, Faculty House
Faculty House, 64 Morningside Drive, NY

On March 30 and 31, Columbia University organizes, in the presence of French Ambassador to the United States Gérard Araud, a colloquium which will focus on New York's role as a source of material and financial support, beginning in 1914 and continuing through the United States' entrance into the war.

Guest lecturers include French Ambassador Gérard Araud, Volker Berghahn, Ian Buruma, Kenneth T. Jackson, Robert Jervis, Lisa Keller, Paul Kennedy, Rebecca Kobrin, Jack Levy, John Maurer, Jörg Nagler, Michael Neiberg, Mary Nolan, Susan Pedersen, Adam Tooze, Ross Wilson, and Jay Winter.
From 5pm to 7:30pm on March 30. From 8:30am to 5:30pm on March 31.

Conference registration is free but required in advance.
Please email: smk2209@columbia.edu to register.
More information: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lehmancenter/conference.html

 


This event is part of the French Embassy's yearlong nationwide centennial commemoration of the United States entrance into WWI, How 1917 Changed the World.

Conference sponsored by The Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History, The Seminar on the City, Columbia University. Co-sponsored by Columbia History Department, European Institute, and the Columbia Maison Française.


 

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