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December, 2022

06Dec9:30 am7:00 pmHistorians’ JourneysTales of Search and Research in the Understanding of Fascism9:30 am - 7:00 pm Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus Campus, Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 405

Event Details

4–6 December 2022 – Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Mt. Scopus Campus, Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 405 – With the Support of the Knapp Family Foundation. Schedule refers to Jerusalem time.

Online Participation via Zoom: https://bit.ly/historiansj

9:30 am – Session 8
Chair: Matteo D’Avanzo | Scuola normale di Pisa; SICSA, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Yemane Demissie | New York University
Modernity, War & Transformation in Emperor Haile Selassie’s Ethiopia
Discussant: Leonardo Cohen | Ben Gurion University of the Negev

10:30 am – Session 9
Chair: Gustavo Guzmán | SICSA, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Xosé M. Núñez Seixas | Santiago de Compostela University
Fascism Seen From Nationalism Studies: On Interactions, Perplexities and Misconceptions
Discussant: Silvina Schammah Gesser | Bar Ilan University; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

11:30 am – Coffee break

11:45 am – Session 10
Chair: Amos Goldberg | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Davide Rodogno | Graduate Institute of International Studies; University of Geneva
Fascist Italy Military Occupations in Europe 1940-1943. A Reflection
Discussant: Renana Keydar | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

13:00 pm – Lunch break

14:30 pm – Session 11
Chair: Gal Ron | SICSA, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Toshio Myake | Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
The Yellow Whiteness of the ‘Japanese Race’ in Fascist Italy Fascisticizing Italy–Japan Relations From the Past to the Present
Discussant: Nissim Otmazgin | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

15:30 pm – Session 11
Chair: Karma Ben Johanan | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Nina Valbousquet | Ecole Française de Rome
Two Faiths: The Catholic Church and Fascism. A Research Trajectory on Antisemitism, Anti-Modernism, and Internationalism
Discussant: Martina Weisz | SICSA, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

16:30 pm – Coffee break

16:45 pm – Session 12
Chair: Michael Karayanni | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Nadia Urbinati | Columbia University
“But Who are They?” Fascism after the Fascist Regime
Open Discussion: Utopia and Dystopia in National Political Projects

19:00 pm – Dinner

Image: Piri Reis, Map, 16th century

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