The organizers of the GRACEH 2012 in Vienna are pleased to welcome you on our congress website. The next Graduate Conference in European History will be about

“Transformation in European History
Preconditions – Processes – Perceptions”

Here you find hopefully all necessary information concerning the upcoming congress which will take place from May 3 till 5, 2012. If not, then just contact us!

We would like to thank the following institutions and companies for sponsoring GRACEH 2012:


Public Lecture by Prof. Christian Gerlach (Bern), May 4, 2012

We would like to invite you especially to the following public lecture, which takes place in cooperation with the Wiener Vorlesungen:

Christian Gerlach (Bern)
When transformation turns deadly. Mass violence in crises of society
4. May 2012, 19 pm
Universität Wien, Hauptgebäude, Hörsaal 41


Further keynotes during the congress are:

From the „Eastern Block“ to the „New Europe“. The Transformation in Historical Perspective
Philipp Ther (Vienna)

Lost in transformation. Some aspects of the history of street naming in 19th Century Paris
Gudrun Gersmann (Paris)

The entire program can be found: http://www.univie.ac.at/graceh2012/?page_id=588

The 2nd step to GRACEH: April 1, 2012

As the paper will be pre-circulated, please be aware of following important information concerning your paper:

  1. Please send us your paper no later than April 1, 2012graceh2012@univie.ac.at
  2. Formate your paper:
    1. Font: Times New Roman
    2. Size: 12 pt
    3. Spacing: 1.5
    4. Alignment of text: justified
    5. Page numbers
  3. Update your abstract if it does not fit the paper anymore!
  4. Write a short biography (max. 5 lines)
  5. Send it to us in WORD! Not PDF-format!

Furthermore let us know if you have any concerns about publishing your short biography and your abstract on the congress website. We will not publish your paper, only the abstract! If you do not reply until Easter, we will assume that you do not mind!

While writing your paper please keep in mind the checklist!

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