Organized by David Armitage (Department of History & CES, Harvard) and Stella Ghervas (CES, Harvard & MSHA, Bordeaux)

02:00-04:00 PM

Opening Remarks: David Armitage, Harvard University, Chair

Stella Ghervas, CES Harvard University; MSHA, Bordeaux:
“‘Peace is for the Strong, War is for the Weak’: The Congress of Vienna as an Instrument of Power”

Mark Jarrett, Author of “The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy”:
“Recasting Central Europe: ‘Hard’ and ‘Soft Power’ at the Congress of Vienna”

Brian Vick, Emory University:
“From London and Lübeck to Geneva and Algiers: Abolition of the Slave Trade and Barbary Captivity at the Congress of Vienna”

Glenda Sluga, Sydney University (videoconference):
“Sexual Congress: Women, Intimacy and ‘International’ Politics in Vienna, 1814-1815”

4:00-4:30 PM   Coffee Break

4:30-6:00 PM   Comments and Discussion:

Alison Frank Johnson, Harvard University
Charles Maier, Harvard University

 6:00-7:00 PM    Reception