Events

Upcoming events 

ITSH Institute Mondays AY2019-20, 1-3pm, Venue: Old Seminar Room, St John’s House, 71 South Street

Texts will be pre-circulated for the sessions. Please email Konrad Lawson (kml8@st-andrews.ac.uk). The full programme can be downloaded here ITSH Events Fall 2019.

16 September Reading Group – Fabian, Johannes. Time and the Other: How Anthropology Makes Its Object. Columbia University Press, 1983. Opens with comments from Konrad Lawson

23 September Mapping for Historians – Skills workshop “Introduction to QGIS for Historians” Registration required: https://bit.ly/2yKsOnQ

30 September Reading Group – Moyn, Samuel, and Andrew Sartori. Global Intellectual History. Columbia University Press, 2013. Opens with comments from Milinda Banerjee

7 October Manuscript Workshop – “Introduction” to Doing Spatial History with Riccardo Bavaj, Bernhard Struck, and Konrad Lawson

14 October Late Modern History Seminar – Our slot and location will be used by the seminar series.

28 October Manuscript Workshop – Sarah Frank will be sharing selected chapters from her book manuscript.

4 November Visiting Speaker Brown Bag Lunch – Visiting speaker Adam Bronson (Durham) will lead an open discussion with students and staff on research around concepts in motion or in translation.

11 November Manuscript Workshop – We will discuss work shared by our PhD student Per Rolandsson.

18 November Late Modern History Seminar – Our slot and location will be used by the seminar series: Christa Wirth (Agder) – A Chicago Anthropologist at the Nexus of the Cold War and Decolonisation in the Philippines

25 November Mapping for Historians – Skills workshop “Georeferencing and Digitizing Historical Maps” Registration required: https://bit.ly/2yKsOnQ

2 December Visiting Speaker Brown Bag Lunch – Visiting speaker Jennifer Altehenger (Oxford) will join us for a discussion with staff and students about her research.

 

ITSH Institute Mondays AY2018-19, 3-5pm, Venue: Old Seminar Room, St John’s House

Our main theme this academic year is “Space” and “Spatial History”.

GIS workshop

Texts will be pre-circulated for the sessions. Please email Konrad Lawson (kml8@st-andrews.ac.uk).

  • 12 November 2018, Manuscript Workshop, Bernhard Struck, Did Prussia have an Atlantic History? The Partitions of Poland-Lithuania, the French Colonisation of Guyana, and Climates in the Caribbean, c.1760s-1780s
  • 11 February 2019, Reading Group – Chalana, Manish (ed), Messy Urbanism: Understanding the “Other” Cities of Asia, Hong Kong University Press, 2017 (comments by Vahishtai D. Ghosh)
  • 18 February 2019, Reading Group – Stock, Paul (ed), The Uses of Space in Early Modern History, New York 2015 (comments by Jessica Rees)
  • 25 February 2019, Skills Workshop – Introduction to QGIS (open to all Staff and PGs) (Konrad Lawson)
  • 4 March 2019, Skills Workshop – Introduction to Regular Expressions (open to all Staff and PGs) (Konrad Lawson)

    GIS workshop

  • 11 March 2019, Manuscript Workshop – Antonio Scalia, The reinvention of left-wing internationalism in Italy: transnational activists, cultural practices, political violence and gender (1960-1987)
  • 1 April 2019, Manuscript Workshop – Rosalind Parr, Citizens of Everywhere. Indian Nationalist Women and the Global Public Sphere, 1920s-1950s
  • 15 April 2019, MLitt Dissertation Prospectus Workshop
  • 29 April 2019, Manuscript Workshop – Riccardo Bavaj, Konrad Lawson, Bernhard Struck, Doing Spatial History (Introduction)

Past events