Workshop: ‘Transoceanic Constitutions: The Corporation as Protagonist in Global History’, 26 April 2017

Date: Wednesday 26 April, 4.15-6.30pm

Venue: Lincoln College, Turl Yard Lecture Room

Oxford’s Centre for Global History and the Graduate Seminar in History 1680-1850 are pleased to host a workshop examining the corporation as protagonist in global history.  Featuring presentations by Will Pettigrew (Kent), Michael Bennett (Sheffield), Aske Brock (Kent), Liam Haydon (Kent), Haig Smith (Liverpool), Edmond Smith (Kent), David Veevers (Kent), and Emily Mann (Kent), the workshop will discuss methodological approaches in global history and the history of the long eighteenth century, drawing on the themes of political economy, migration, gender, literature, religion, governance, family, and buildings.

All welcome. No registration required.  Please contact with any questions.