TGHS – Michaelmas 2012 – Interdisciplinary conversations

2nd Week (16 October, 5pm) ‘Global Order’
Professor Andrew Hurrell, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, Oxford
with response by Dr John Darwin, Beit Lecturer in the History of the British Commonwealth, Oxford

4th Week (30 October, 5pm) ‘Indigenous participants in humanitarian networks’
Dr Zoe Laidlaw, Reader in British Imperial and Colonial History, Royal Holloway, London
with response by Roshan Allpress, DPhil candidate in History, Oxford

6th Week (13 November, 5pm) ‘International resource spaces’
Dawn Berry, DPhil candidate in History, Oxford
with response by Prof. Margaret MacMillan, Professor of International History, Oxford

8th Week (27 November, 2pm) ‘Conflict, Production, Consumption, Exchange’
Professor Kevin O’Rourke, Chichele Professor of Economic History and Dr Roberto Bonfatti, Junior Research Fellow, St John’s College
with response by Professor James Belich, Beit Professor of Commonwealth History