Postgraduate research students are invited to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join the workshop, convened by Emma Flanagan, Hanzhi Dai, and Qingrou Zhao. Please note: Interested attendees should email the convenors to receive the pre-circulated paper in advance. The workshop is now for PGRs only. Refreshments will be served.
Semester 1 2023/24
Wednesdays, 4:00–5:30 pm, MST_G.10
|Wed 4 Oct||Francesco Moze (University of Edinburgh)||
Workshop 1: Faire la navette: Religious Antagonism, Transfrontier Mobility and Power Struggles in Mboga, 1889-1911
|Wed 18 Oct||Qingrou Zhao (University of Edinburgh)||
Workshop 2: Counting in, Counting out: Practical and Ideological Considerations behind Nineteenth-Century Shanghai Settlement Census-Making
|Wed 25 Oct||Urvi Khaitan (University of Oxford)||
Workshop 3: A Tepid Cup of Tea: Labouring Families and Living Standards in Indian Plantations
Wed 1 Nov
|Emma Flanagan (University of Edinburgh)||Workshop 4: ‘And they did not rest’: A Women’s History of Anticolonial Marches, Boycotts, and Communist Activity in Côte d’Ivoire, 1946-1958|
|Wed 8 Nov||Mehmet Akif Aydemir (Royal Holloway University of London)||Workshop 5: Britain-Ottoman Empire Relations: Scepticism and Hope, can they Exist Together? The Pathways from Reval to the 31 March Incident|
|Wed 22 Nov||On I Lam (University of Cambridge)||Workshop 6: The Inter-party Relationship between the Japanese Communist Party and the Chinese Communist Party in the 1950s|
|Wed 29 Nov||Florian Wieser (University of Edinburgh)||Workshop 7: Violent Networks, Violent Ends: Indigenous and Afro-Caribbean Agency amidst the French-Spanish Conflict, 1635-1697|
Further information about the workshop series, and the wider work of the Centre can be found on its website, ed.ac.uk/history-classics-archaeology/centre-global-history
If you wish to speak at one of the workshops or have any questions, please email ECGHworkshop@gmail.com
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