ITSH Events – Spring 2022
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 be added please get in touch with Konrad Lawson (email@example.com). 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.
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 – Research Lecture – Nikolaos Papadogiannis – The making of a transnational counterpublic: Transnational connections of AIDS activists in West Germany, the UK and Greece
W4 7 Feb – Reading Group – Waves 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 David R. Ambaras and Kate McDonald – Bodies and Structures: A Platform for Researching and Teaching Spatial Histories of Japan (Note: event to be held 15:00-17:00)
W7 7 March – Research Lecture – Tim Cresswell – Writing (and) Maxwell Street
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 – Living for the City: Social Change and Knowledge Production in the Central African Copperbelt (Note: In-person lecture 1-3pm in Lower College Hall, St Salvator’s Quad)
W12 11 April – Research Lecture – Markéta Křížová – Cancelled.
W13 18 April – Discussion with the Author – Nikhil Rao – House, but No Garden: Apartment Living in Bombay’s Suburbs, 1898-1964 (2013).
ITSH Events – Fall 2021
W1 13 Sep – 13 Sep 3-5pm – Research 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 4-6pm – Skills 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
For a list of past events hosted by the institute, please see our past events page.