Reference : Talking Borders. From Local Expertise to Global Exchange
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Talking Borders. From Local Expertise to Global Exchange
Venken, Machteld mailto [Universität Wien > Institut für Osteuropäische Geschichte]
Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2018. Abstract book
Heigl, Florian
Ernst, Marlene
Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2018
from 01-02-2018 to 03-02-2018
[en] citizen science ; borders ; global history ; Austro-Hungarian Empire ; e-Learning
[en] On July 10-14, 2018, the Association for Borderlands Studies (ABS) held its Second World Conference in Vienna and Budapest. The meeting was attended by around 450 participants from 54 countries, including renowned experts and practitioners, spanning all fields of the humanities and the social sciences. The ABS is the world’s largest academic organization dedicated to the systematic study and exchange of ideas, information and analysis of international border, and the processes and communities engendered by such borders. The Second ABS World Conference had as its central topic Border-Making and its Consequences: Interpreting Evidence from the “post-Colonial” and “post-Imperial” 20th Century and was co-organized by the University of Vienna and the Central European University on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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