Tag Archives: Transnational

Qing China – between walls and the maritime world

Professor Yang-wen Zheng (University of Manchester)  Wind of the West Ocean [西洋风]: How the Maritime World Shaped Modern China  ITSH and Modern History Seminar Series Time and Venue: Monday, 30 January 2017, room 1.10, School of History, St Andrews (St Katherine’s … Continue reading

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Talking Transnational History – 4 Questions for…Jordan Girardin

Coming from Sciences Po, Jordan Girardin joined St Andrews in 2012 for an MLitt in Modern History (including a good dash of transnational history exposure – since 2015 the ITHS  offers a free-standing postgraduate Master in Transnational History) and went on to … Continue reading

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In Practice: Bernhard Struck

What is transnational history (to me)? The Q Factor OR Transnational History as a Hearing Aid The following post is part of a series of postings in which our institute members ask themselves “What does transnational and global history mean … Continue reading

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Reading Group Meeting

The first meeting of the Transnational & Spatial History reading group will be held on 23 October. The theme for our reading group this year will be Spatial history and we will be looking at a number of texts from … Continue reading

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Away Days in the Highlands

The location was carefully selected: Morenish House, near Killin right on the northern shore of Loch Tay. A nineteenth-century laird’s house, very Scottish and surrounded by snow-covered Highland peaks and stunning views. This was the chosen location for the joint … 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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