Graduate Student Research Presentations, Global & Imperial History, D.Phil.

 

Global & Imperial History Graduate Student Research Presentations (DPhils)

Friday 2nd March, 2018 – Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

All welcome.

 

10.00am

The Condition of Exile: Ghanaian Exile Networks and Competing Nationalisms, 1957-1993

Harriet Aldrich

10.30am

A Natural History of Ottoman Iraq, 1831-1914

Hande Yalnizoglu

11.00am

Conversion, ethnology, and law in the early modern Philippines

Natalie Cobo

11.30am

Break

11.45am

The aesthetic imagination: Indian art and anticolonial thought in the age of mass politics, 1907-1965

Gautham Shiralagi

12.15pm

Negotiating Islam: Sir Thomas Roe and Religious Difference at the Mughal and Ottoman Courts, 1615-28

Charles Beirouti

12.45pm

Lunch

2.00pm

Emphasising the role of regionalism and communication networks in the formation of republican identities in Brazil and the Río de la Plata, 1808-1835

Andre Jockyman Roithmann

2.30pm

Britain’s Foreign Policy Towards the Kuomintang and Japan, 1937-1940

Theodore Jensen

3.00pm

Civil War Losers’ Making of New Morals in Modern Japan: Arai Ōsui and a Modern Religious History of Japan, Russia, and the US

Chinami Oka

3.30pm

Break

3.45pm

The Advent and Triumph of Diving in Japanese Diasporas: An Anarchist History of the Indo Pacific 1874-1919

Maro Dotulong

4.15pm

Laughing at Modernity: Transnational Networks of Satire in Nineteenth Century Japan

Warren Stanislaus

4.45pm

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