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12:00pm
  Webinar: "What Can We Learn from the 1892 Cholera Epidemic in the Time of Coronavirus?"  
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Richard J. Evans, Regius Professor Emeritus of History, University of Cambridge, England, will present "Death in Hamburg Revisited: What Can We Learn from the 1892 Cholera Epidemic in the Time of Coronavirus?" This is the first in a six-part webinar series titled "COVID-19 in Transatlantic Perspective: U.S. and Germany." The webinar series is co-sponsored by the Campus Weeks initiative of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Center for German Studies, the Department of German, and the European Studies Program UVa; it is organized in collaboration with the German Program at Virginia Tech.
Evans is the author of many books on modern German and European history, including The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914, published in 2016. His book Death in Hamburg: Society and Politics in the Cholera Years, 1840-1910, published in 1987, was awarded the Wolfson History Prize and the William H. Welch Medal of the American Association for the History of Medicine.
Advance registration is required: https://virginia.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AQJ7vNmdQp2qQjW-EiD_Hw.


Price: Free; registration required
Sponsor: VT German Program
Contact: Esther Bauer
E-Mail: bauere@vt.edu
   
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