Alumni

Guest Lecture with John W. Boyer, Dean of the College

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Austria

July 24, 2008: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Alumni Club of Austria would like to invite you and your guest to a lecture by John W. Boyer, Dean of the College and Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of History, The University of Chicago, Corresponding Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Recipient of the Austrian State Prize for Modern History in 2006. Dean Boyer's talk will be entitled: “Writing Austrian History from the Outside In: A View of the Habsburg Empire from the University of Chicago.”

Where

Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg AG
Tegetthoffstraße 7
Vienna, Austria

Event Details

This event is kindly sponsored by Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg AG.

Cost

No Charge

Registration


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Deadline: 7/18/2008

Program

6:00 PM-8:00 PM: Talk followed by Networking Reception

Speaker Profiles

John W Boyer (Speaker)
Dean of the College and Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of History, University of Chicago

Boyer is the Dean of the College and Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of History, The University of Chicago and Corresponding Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. His research and teaching focus on the history of modern Europe, especially on the states, the peoples, and the societies of Central Europe since 1700. His special teaching interests are German History from 1740 to 1918; the history of the Hapsburg Empire between 1648 and 1918, and the history of Austria from 1918 to the present; religion and politics in modern European history; and the history of European universities in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Boyer has been a coeditor of the Journal of Modern History since 1980. He has received accolades from the Austrian government for his scholarly dedication: in 2004, he was awarded the Cross of Honor for Science and Art, First Class, in recognition of his work on the history of the Habsburg Empire; in 2006, he received the Austrian State Prize for Modern History. Boyer is presently completing the "Austria, 1867-1985" volume for the Oxford History of Modern Europe series, published by Oxford University Press. Previous books include Political Radicalism in Late Imperial Vienna: Origins of the Christian Social Movement, 1848-1897 and Culture and Political Crisis in Vienna: Christian Socialism in Power, 1897-1918, both published by the University of Chicago Press.

Questions

Kurt Blecha, '02 (EXP-7) 

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