International History Workshop

Though there will be no meetings of the International History Workshop (IHW) during the 2016-17 academic year, we encourage interested scholars to attend the Brady-Johnson Colloquium in International History and Grand Strategy, hosted by International Security Studies.

Below please find the program for the Spring 2016 IHW, as well as links to past workshops.

Spring 2016

Tuesday, February 9
Jenifer Van Vleck, Assistant Professor of History, Yale University
“Building the World: Construction and the Business of Global Modernization” 
HGS 211, 5:30pm

Tuesday, February 16
David Armitage, Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University
“Three Narratives of Civil War: Recurrence, Remembrance, and Reform from Sulla to Syria”
HGS 211, 5:30pm
co-sponsored by International Security Studies

Tuesday, March 8
Marci Shore, Associate Professor of History, Yale University
“The Lost Treasure of Revolution:The Maidan and the Return of Metaphysics in Eastern Europe”
HGS 211, 5:30pm

Tuesday, March 29
Ed Rugemer, Associate Professor of History, Yale University
“The Slaveholders’ Revanché: Jamaica and South Carolina during the Era of the Haitian Revolution”
HGS 211, 5:30pm

Tuesday, April 5
Jay Sexton, Associate Professor of History, Oxford University
“The Nineteenth Century U.S. Steam Empire”
HGS 211, 5:30pm

Tuesday, April 26
Paul Kennedy, J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History, Yale University
“The Creation of a New Book: ’Grand Strategy and the Shifting Naval Power Balances, 1936-1947’”
HGS 211, 5:30pm
co-sponsored by International Security Studies

IHW Spring 2015

IHW Spring 2014

IHW Fall 2013

IHW Spring 2013

IHW Fall 2012

IHW Spring 2012

IHW Fall 2011

IHW Spring 2011