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All welcome, presentations to be followed by a drinks reception.
Global & Imperial History Graduate Student Research Presentations
Friday 8th March, 2019 – Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty
Yui Chim Lo
Imagining the Continent’s Future: China, India and Post-War Asia, 1937-1949
Going Down to the Global Countryside: Soviet and Chinese Aid Diplomacy in Africa
Marco De Jong
Fesuiaiga o le Tau: A Politicised ‘Climate’ in a Changing Pacific, 1945-1990
How did the relationship between popular music and liberation politics in South Africa develop in the context of global struggles for liberation between 1948-1976?
"The weight of a gun’s magazine”: the Palestinian Revolutionary Movement and the Tricontinental, 1967-73
Colonising birth: French perspectives on traditional Moroccan midwifery and birth in the early 20th century
Inquisition, New Christians, and the Portuguese Restoration in Goa, 1630-1650
Stabilizing the 'Arc of Instability' – India’s Response to the Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan
Population Exchanges and Partition: discussions of the Treaty of Lausanne in the context of the Partition of India
Close and Drinks Reception