Monthly Archives: October 2013

Reading Group First Meeting

Last week the first session of our Where is Transnational History? reading group was held. Exploring the variety of historical approaches that attempt to conceptualise space, especially in a transnational context, our reading also introduced us to the world of network … Continue reading

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Welcome to Michael Talbot

Michael Talbot has  joined the School of History on a temporary lectureship at the start of the academic year 2013-14. Michael’s research is broadly related to the Ottoman Empire from the early modern period and, more recently, into the later … Continue reading

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Mapping Transnational (Hi)Stories

Mapping and Visualising Transnational Flows and Connections A number of our individual research projects share an interest in space and spatial history. Defining transnational history as a way of seeing and a perspective that is interested in people, in nodes … Continue reading

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Bringing Space into Transnational History

Reading Group Over the coming academic year (2013-14) a number of members of staff and PhD researcher will be meeting for a series of reading group sessions on the theme of space in transnational history. Transnational history has been broadly defined … Continue reading

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