International History Workshop

The International History Workshop is pleased to announce its schedule for the 2017-2018 academic year. All sessions will run from 4 - 5.30 followed by a light reception. 

Spring 2018

February 15 (HGS 119)

Deborah Coen

Professor of History, Yale University

“Climate and Empire: Habsburg History for the Anthropocene”

With support from the European Studies Council

March 1 (HGS 116)

Samuel Moyn

Professor of Law and History, Yale University

“Global Intellectual History? with a response by Rohit De”

With support from the European Studies Council

March 8  (HGS 119)

Jennifer Allen, Assistant Professor, Yale University

“National Commemoration in an Age of Transnationalism”

With support from the European Studies Council

April 12 (HGS 119)

Srinath Raghavan, Senior Research Fellow, King’s India Institute, Kings College

“Fierce Enigmas: the United States & South Asia in the Long Twentieth Century”

With support from the South Asia Studies Council

April 19 (HGS 119)

Gabriella Soto Laveaga, Professor of History of Science, Harvard University

“Experimental Camps,Hybrid Seeds, and Contesting Histories: ‘Development’ before Development Aid in Mexico & India”

Co-sponsored by the Council of Latin American and Iberian Studies

April 26 (HGS 119)

Ben Kiernan, Professor of History, Yale University

Viet Nam: a History of the Earliest Times to the Present”

Co-sponsored by the Council of Southeast Asian Studies

Fall 2017

October 5th

Faculty Roundtable “Beyond Borders: Theory and practice after the ‘global turn’”

With: Valerie Hansen, Anne Eller, Rohit De, Daniel Botsman, moderated by Peter C. Perdue

October 12th

Joanna Lewis, Associate Professor, London School of Economics

Death, Iconicity And Emotion: (The Journey) To Livingston, Africa And An Empire Of Sentiment

Co-sponsored by the Council of African Studies

October 26th:

Micol Seigel, Charles Warren Center Fellow, Harvard University

 Associate Professor Indiana University Bloomington

Violence Work: Reflections on Transnational Methods in Studying the State

Co-sponsored by the Council of Latin American and Iberian Studies

 November 2nd:

Laura Beers, Assistant Professor, American University, Birmingham Fellow in History, Univ. of Birmingham

“Ellen Wilkinson’s International Spiderweb”

With support from the European Studies Council

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IHW Spring 2014

IHW Fall 2013

IHW Spring 2013

IHW Fall 2012

IHW Spring 2012

IHW Fall 2011

IHW Spring 2011