Global and Imperial History Research Seminar

The Global and Imperial History Research Seminar is held on Fridays, 5pm at the History Faculty, George Street during Michaelmas and Hilary Terms.  A workshop is held in Trinity Term.

Seminar convenors: Professor James Belich, Professor John Darwin, Dr Miles Larmer

Hilary Term 2017 Programme 

The following seminars will be given at 5pm on Fridays in the Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty (except weeks 7 and 8 – see below).  Tea is available in the Common Room from 4.30pm – all welcome.          

20 Jan: Tehyun Ma (Sheffield)
‘Mobilizing Free China: mass lines, new deals, and the problem of legitimacy on early Cold War Taiwan’

27 Jan: Moin Nizami (OxCIS)
‘Reform-oriented Sufi orders in South Asia: local and global connections’
3 Feb: Sacha Hepburn (IHR, University of London)
‘Bringing a girl from the village: domestic service and gender relations in post-colonial Africa’

10 Feb: Tony Hopkins (Cambridge)
‘Rethinking American Empire’
17 Feb: Setsuko Sonoda (University of Hyogo)
‘At the edge of empires: the modern nation, ex-colonial milieu and transnationalism of the Chinese in Port of Spain, Trinidad, from the 1930s to the 1960s’

24 Feb: John Darwin (Nuffield, Oxford)
‘From the periphery to oblivion’
 
3 Mar: Global and Imperial History graduate student research presentations (D.Phil.)
10.30am-4.15pm

10 Mar: Global and Imperial History graduate student research presentations (M.St.)
11.30am-3.05pm

Past seminars