Joint ANSO / IHP Tuesday Seminars
Eva-Maria Muschik

Anger, Wit, Resistance: The 1988 Protests against the IMF and the World Bank in Divided Berlin

Eva-Maria Muschik, University of Vienna
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Room S5, Maison de la paix, Geneva Graduate Institute

The Joint ANSO / IHP Tuesday Seminars series is co-organized by the Anthropology and Sociology and International History and Politics Departments at the Institute to discuss global questions from historically and ethnographically-informed perspectives.

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About the Speaker

Eva-Maria Muschik is a historian and Assistant Professor at the Department of Development Studies at the University of Vienna. She joined the faculty in 2020 after teaching at the University of Bern and at Freie Universität Berlin. Previously, she held fellowships at the European University Institute in Florence and at Yale University. She completed her Ph.D. in history at New York University in 2016 and is the author of Building States The United Nations, Development, and Decolonization, 1945–1965, which was published by Columbia University Press in 2022.

The Joint ANSO / IHP Tuesday Seminars is a regular series of discussions co-organized by the International History and Politics and Anthropology and Sociology Departments at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies to discuss a variety of global questions from a multiplicity of historically and ethnographically-informed perspectives.

The Seminars take place every Tuesday from 16:15 to 18:00 in Seminar Room 5 (S5) at the Graduate Institute (Maison de la paix), and are followed by an apero open to the attending public. Connect to this week's seminar online using the event password TakBQMgP499.