Events

ITSH Events – Fall 2021

All events, unless noted otherwise, will be scheduled: Mondays 13:00-15:00 UK time, delivered remotely on the ITSH Microsoft Team. If you are not already on our ITSH mailing list and wish to attend one of our events please get in touch with Konrad Lawson (kml8@st-andrews.ac.uk) at least a week before the event to for an event link or to be added to our list.

W1 13 Sep – 13 Sep 3-5pmResearch Lecture – Duoer, Daigengna – Buddhist Inner Mongolia(s) in the Early Twentieth Century: (Re)Imaginations of the Region in Multiple Transnational Spatializations

W2 20 Sep – Manuscript Workshop – Akhila Yechury – Title TBD

W2 Wednesday, 22 Sep 4-6pmSkills Workshop – Konrad Lawson – How to Create Social Network Visualisations with Cytoscape

W4 4 Oct – Reading Group – Nikolaos Papadogiannis – Immigrants in the Sexual Revolution. Perceptions and Participation in Northwest Europe by Andrew Shield

W5 11 Oct – Manuscript Workshop – Jan Koura – Thinking through Cold War Connections and Divisions: Actors and Places

W7 25 Oct – Research Lecture – Christopher Bahl – Mobile Manuscripts – Arabic Learning Across the Early Modern Western Indian Ocean

W8 1 Nov – Discussion with the Author – Tomasz Kamusella – Eurasian Empires as Blueprints for Ethiopia: From Ethnolinguistic Nation-State to Multiethnic Federation

W9 8 Nov – Reading Group – Matthew Ylitalo – Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait by Bathsheba Demuth

W10 15 Nov – Research Lecture – Elena Marushiakova – Roma Civic Emancipation before WWII: National and Transnational Dimensions

W11 22 Nov – Skills Workshop – Konrad Lawson – Regular Expressions and Text Analysis Tools

W12 29 Nov – Historian’s Craft – Huw Halstead – Oral History

W13 6 Dec – Research Lecture – Shin Satō – Governance and Space in Modern Japan: Private Residences, Villas, Government Buildings

W14 13 Dec – Research Workshop – Anita Buhin and Nikolaos Papadogiannis – Transnational Sexual Encounters, Masculinities and ‘Race’ in post-1945 Southern Europe

ITSH Events – Spring 2021

W1 17 Jan – Discussion with the Author – Tom Simpson – The Frontier in British India: Space, Science, and Power in the Nineteenth Century

W2 24 Jan – Manuscript Workshop – Nikolaos Papadogiannis  – title TBD

W3 31 Jan – Skills Workshop – Konrad Lawson – QGIS Mapping for Historians I

W4 7 Feb – Reading GroupWaves across the South by Sujit Sivasundaram

W5 14 Feb – Historian’s Craft – Elizabeth LaCouture – How to Write a Transnational History of a Local Space

W6 28 Feb – Project Introduction – Kate McDonald and David Ambaras – Bodies and Structures: A Platform for Researching and Teaching Spatial Histories of Japan

W7 7 March – Discussion with the Author – Tim Cresswell –  Details TBD

W8 14 March – Skills Workshop – Konrad Lawson – QGIS Mapping for Historians II

W9 21 March – Discussion with the Author – Lenny A. Ureña Valerio – Colonial Fantasies, Imperial Realities: Race Science and the Making of Polishness on the Fringes of the German Empire, 1840-1920

W10 28 March – Manuscript Workshop – Leonard Michael – title TBD

W11 4 April – Research Lecture – Miles Larmer – title TBD

W12 11 April – Research Lecture – Markéta Křížová – Missionaries from Bohemia in the New World: Case study of Entangled History in Early Modern Era

Past Events

For a list of past events hosted by the institute, please see our past events page.