ITSH Events – Fall 2023
All events, unless noted otherwise, will be scheduled: Mondays 1-3pm UK time, delivered in person at the location indicated or, if noted, on the ITSH Microsoft Team. If you are not already on our ITSH mailing list and wish to be added please get in touch with Konrad Lawson ([email protected]). If you would like to join an individual event and you are not affiliated with the University of St Andrews, please use our registration form.
- Week 3 – 25 Sept Manuscript Workshop – Riccardo Bavaj – Nazi Germany: A Spatial History Comments: Kate Ferris (Old Class Library)
- Week 4 – 2 Oct Research Lecture – Rosalind Parr – Indian Women’s Internationalism in the ‘Age of Bandung’. Liberal and Socialist Networks in the 1950s Chair: Konrad Lawson (Online)
- Week 5 9 Oct 3-6pm Lightning Talks Global, Spatial and Transnational History at St Andrews Chair: Sarah Easterby-Smith (Hybrid Event – To join this event in person, please sign up here)
- Week 7 23 Oct Reading Group – Making Spaces through Infrastructure : Visions, Technologies, and Tensions Chair: Konrad Lawson (Online)
- Week 8 30 Oct Research Lecture – Justin Cammy – Yiddish and the Holocaust Chair: Tomasz Kamusella (Old Class Library)
- Week 9 6 Nov Conversation with the Author – Faizah Zakaria – The Camphor Tree and the Elephant Chair: Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (Online)
- Week 10 13 Nov – Manuscript Workshop – Lauren Holmes – German-Speaking Émigrés and the British Art Scene in the Mid-Twentieth Century Comments: Olivier Feis (Old Class Library)
- Week 11 20 Nov Research Lecture – Ushehwedu Kufakurinani – Transnational Intimacy: A Life History of Love, Gender and Family Chair: Kate Ferris (Online)
- Week 12 27 Nov Reading Group – On Commercial Capitalism: Discussing the Work of Jairus Banaji – Chair: Milinda Banerjee (Online)
- Week 13 4 Dec Book Launch – Joshua Ehrlich – The English East India Company and Global Histories of Knowledge Chair: Milinda Banerjee (Online)
For a list of past events hosted by the institute, please see our past events page.