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Between Federalism, Autonomy and Centralism

From Quebec in the west to Crimea in the east, from Scotland in the north to the Balkans in the south, peoples of the Western World have recently sought to redefine their relationships with their states. The…

Welcome Professor Fabricio Prado

The School of History and the Institute for Transnational & Spatial History welcome Professor Fabricio Prado from the College of William & Mary, Virginia. As part of our joint international Masters Programme between St…

Welcome Emma Bond

We are delighted to welcome Emma Bond as a new member of staff joining our Institute. Emma is a Lecturer in Modern Languages at St Andrews with interests in the interrelationship between space and identities in modern…

Reflections: Communism in a Single Country?

We continue our series of staff reflections on various issues from a transnational historical perspective. Dr Tomasz Kamusella FRHistS, is a Reader in Modern History. He is the author of the extensive monograph The…

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…