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Workshop: Spatial History and Its Sources

On 2 September, the Institute for Transnational and Spatial History will hold a workshop on “Spatial History and Its Sources.” You can find out more about the workshop and its schedule here. The workshop will bring together historians with a … Continue reading

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Writing Global History and Its Challenges

There is an exciting graduate student workshop coming up at our neighbour, the University of Dundee:  Writing Global History and Its Challenges Saturday, 4 June 2016, 9.30 AM-4.30 PM The workshop will include Jürgen Osterhammel (University of Konstanz) and Geoffrey Parker (The Ohio … Continue reading

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Between Federalism, Autonomy and Centralism

From Quebec in the west to Crimea in the east, from Scotland in the north to the Balkans in the south, peoples of the Western World have recently sought to redefine their relationships with their states. The international conference “Between … Continue reading

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Call for Proposals: Mapping and Visualising Transnational (Hi)Stories. Connecting History, Space and Digital Tools

We are delighted to announce a workshop to be held here at St Andrews in June, 2014. It will combine short presentations on papers,  collaborative writing groups to further develop submitted papers as well as a morning of sessions that … Continue reading

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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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