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International History Seminar Series

The International History Seminar Series is a lecture series that promotes research and scholarship in the field of modern global history. It invites lecturers working on a wide variety of geographic and topical fields, including (but not exclusively) European, Irish, U.S., Middle Eastern, Asian, and global history. It seeks to examine current events from a historical perspective in order to better understand our current world.

2018-19 International History Seminar Series
30.01.2019 The Italian-Chinese Silk Market, 1850-1915 Read More
12.02.2019 The Nazis and Dixie Read More
28.02.2019 Enoch Powell in an industrial town: race, class and resistance in 1968 Read More
13.03.2019 Why Transnational History Matters: The Case of German Atrocities: 1914 Read More
21.03.2019 Rethinking 1918: Interventions into the Future Read More
03.04.2019 Triage and Trauma in the Relief Efforts of the American Missionary Community Read More

2017-18 International History Seminar Series
29.09.2017 Cosmopolitan Fascisms: The Right’s Global Cartographies in the 20th Century Read More
16.10.2017 Human Rights At Home and Abroad: U.S. Labor and Human Rights in the 1980s Read More
15.11.2017 World in Motion: Professional Circuits through 19th Century China Read More
16.11.2017 Stalin and Europe Read More
06.12.2017 The Russian Revolution in a Global Perspective, 1917-1928 Read More

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