Edinburgh Centre for Global History Graduate Workshops
The Graduate Workshop research seminars take place throughout the academic year and are open to all.
Each workshop typically lasts an hour, comprised of a thirty-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session. The theme for the 2020/21 workshops is 'Migration, Slavery and Diasporas'.
The Graduate Workshops take place online on Tuesdays at 5pm.
|Tuesday 13 Oct||Yukti Lamba (Edinburgh)||
'Risk, Refuge and Resilience: A Qualitative Study of Child Migrants in the Urban City of Delhi, India'
|Tuesday 27 Oct||Jordan Buchanan (Cambridge)||
'“Wake Up, England!”: The Panama Canal and the Anglo-Argentine Connection, 1914-29'
Tuesday 17 Nov
|James Fortuna (St Andrews)||
'The New Deal’s Construction of a New Nation State: Architecture and Identity at Ellis and Angel Islands, 1934-42'
|Tuesday 24 Nov||Ryan Glauser (Michigan)||
'Development as Imperial Education: UN, Western Europe, and Students from the Global South in the 1970s'
Tuesday 1 Dec
|Aileen Lichtenstein (Glasgow)||
'"My first meeting with King Fog in London” – Transnational German anarchist communities'
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