Title:Between Assimilation and Emigration: Jews in Wroclaw from the Second World War to 1968 Author(s):KAZEJAK, IzabelaDate:2010Citation:
- Témoigner. Entre Histoire et Mémoire, 2010, 107, 163-176
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article presents the results of research conducted in Wroclaw in 2006 under the sponsorship of the Fritz - Stern Scholarship. These results formed the basis for a Master of Arts thesis defended in 2007 in the department ...
Title:Travailler ou étudier: là n'est pas la question. Analyse des modes de subsistance d'étudiants juifs d'Europe de l'Est en Belgique (1918-1940) Author(s):FALEK, PascaleDate:2010-01-01Citation:
- Les Cahiers du Judaïsme, 2010, 29, 32-43
Type:ArticleAbstract:This articles aims at analyzing the resources and means of support of East European Jewish students who migrated to Belgium during the interwar years. For many students, as soon as they arrive in the host country, practical ...
Title:Apprenticeship and the Negotiation of Freedom. The Liberated Africans of the Anglo-Portuguese Mixed Commission in Luanda (1844-1870) Author(s):COGHE, SamuëlDate:2010Citation:
- Africana Studia, 2010, 14, 255-273
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper examines the history of the Africans liberated from the slave trade by the Mixed Commission in Luanda in the mid-19th century. Upon their freeing, the liberated Africans were apprenticed for several years before ...
Title:A Multifaceted Image of Jewish Women at Belgian Universities during the Interwar Period Author(s):FALEK, PascaleDate:2010Citation:
- Journal of Jewish Identities, 2010, 3, 1, 25-40
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper studies the experiences of university Jewish women in interwar Belgium by reconstructing their image; multifaceted and changing across time and space, it varied according to the observers’ perspective and their ...
Title:Gauchos, Gringos and Gallegos: The assimilation of Italian and Spanish immigrants in the making of modern Uruguay 1880-1930 Author(s):GOEBEL, Thomas MichaelDate:2010-01-01Citation:
- Past and Present, 2010, 208, 1, 191-229
Title:Socialist High Modernity and Global Stagnation: A shared history of Brazil and the Soviet Union during the Cold War Author(s):RUPPRECHT, TobiasDate:2011Citation:
- Journal of Global History, 2011, 6, 3, 505-528
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article questions a prevailing bipolarity of traditional Cold War History by examining commonalities and interactions between the Soviet Union and Brazil in the 1950s and 60s. After outlining the common characteristics ...
Title:Tra racconto di vita e fiaba. A proposito di fonti orali, biografie e autobiografie di antifascisti e partigiani Author(s):CATASTINI, FrancescoDate:2010-01-01Citation:
- Antologia Vieusseux, 2010, XVI, 46-47, 169-172, Note di lettura
Title:Le Sexe de l’Homme de la Déclaration des droits. Contestation et appropriations par les catholiques italiennes de l’héritage de 1789 (1909-1919) Author(s):DELLA SUDDA, MagaliDate:2010-01-01Citation:
- Clio@themis. Revue électronique d'historie du droit, 2010, 3, 1-29
Type:ArticleAbstract:Was the Mankind of the Declaration of Rights 1789 a gendered category ? Olympe de Gouge and feminists who claimed the revolutionary legacy gave a first response to this issue when they asked that women should be included ...
Title:Sibling Relations in Spanish Emigration to Latin America, 1560-1620 Author(s):ALMORZA HIDALGO, AmeliaDate:2010Citation:
- European Review of History-Revue Europeenne d'histoire, 2010, 17, 5, 735-752
Type:ArticleAbstract:Women and family groups participated significantly in early-modern Spanish emigration to Latin America between 1560 and 1620. Through an analysis of the personal correspondence contained in travel licences (Archivo General ...