Edinburgh Centre for Global History Graduate Workshops
The Graduate Workshop research seminars take place throughout the academic year and are open to all.
The Graduate Workshops take place on Tuesdays, 1.00-2.00pm in G.15 in the William Robertson Wing of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology (Doorway 4 of the Old Medical School) on the dates listed below. Comprised of a thirty-minute presentation and followed by a question and answer session, everyone is welcome to attend - especially fellow PhD candidates and early career researchers.
Semester 2, 2019/20
|Tuesday 4 Feb||Angelos Theocharis (Edinburgh)||
'In search of identity: Community literary events and the Russophone diaspora in Britain'
Tuesday 25 Feb
|Aileen Lichtenstein (Glasgow)||
'‘‘My First Meeting with King Fog in London’’ – Transnational German anarchist communities'
|Tuesday 10 Mar||Linsey McMillan (Edinburgh)||
'Enslaved health and labour in 19th Century Trinidad and British Guiana'
Tuesday 24 Mar
|Joseph Wagner (St Andrews)||
'Scottish control of East New Jersey: Patronage, emigration, land, and governance, 1682-1702'
|Tuesday 7 Apr||Yukti Lamba (Edinburgh)||
' Risk, refuge, and resilience: A qualitative study of child migrants in the urban city of Delhi, India'
Further information about the workshop series can be found on the series website.
If you wish to speak at one of the workshops, please email the organiser James Mackay.