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Cambridge World History 9h
Cambridge History MPhil students!👋 Would like to share your research on 27th February? Send a 300 word abstract to worldhistoryworkshop@gmail.com before Thursday this week.
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Cambridge World History Feb 17
Please note that Helen Tilley's paper, scheduled to be given at this week's World History Seminar, has been cancelled on account of industrial action.
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Cambridge History Feb 17
African Economic History Seminar - Tomorrow @ 5:30pm (Audit Rm ) 's Gerardo Serra speaks on: ‘A March of Numbers, a Cascade of Images: Planning, Accounting and Temporalities in 1960s
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Arthur Asseraf⚡️🍊 Feb 14
L’accès aux archives contemporaines devient plus difficiles aux citoyens. Les chercheurs se mobilisent: 17 organisations ont signé la lettre de (que j’ai humblement traduite). Signez la pétition c’est important d’envoyer rapidement un signal fort à ce sujet
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Cambridge HPS Feb 14
Today at 1pm: Monkeys and modernity in colonial Myanmar
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Cambridge History Feb 14
opportunity for grads 's Hubertus Jahn will be leading a session on 'Tackling Overseas and ' on Monday @ 2pm ➡️ Rm 6
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Sarah Qidwai 🎉 Feb 13
🚨 CFP: and I are excited to team up for ICHST 2021! We're organizing a symposium titled "Spectrums of Coloniality!" Deadline for abstracts: March 3rd 2020. RT & please let us know if you have any questions.
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Cambridge World History Feb 13
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Cambridge World History Feb 12
The graduate-led World History Workshop is meeting tomorrow! Yiyun Ding will be speaking on Yan Yinyu, China's first female university president, and the making of modern Chinese education. 2.30pm in the Sir Arthur Quiller Couch Room, Old Divinity School ()
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Cambridge History Feb 12
Legal Histories Beyond the State - Tomorrow @ 5, 's Grietje Baars () speaks on 'The corporation and law in the making of global capitalism' Details ⬇️
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hakan sandal Feb 11
Tomorrow (12 Feb) is the deadline for applying to the Keyman Annual Conference on Turkey at Northwestern Uni, with the theme "Queer Conditions/Kuir Haller: Social and Political Change in an Age of Authoritarianism." They offer support for travel expenses.
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Ben Griffin Feb 11
I’m thrilled and proud that we reached 40,000 visitors to The Rising Tide earlier today. We are open until 21 March.
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Cambridge World History Feb 11
This Thursday 5pm we welcome Richard Wilson at the World History Seminar! See you at Cripps Court (). Refreshments served afterwards.
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Cambridge World History Feb 11
Is settler colonial history urban history? A worthwhile read on the blog.
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Sean Phillips Feb 10
grad conference 2020 CfP is out! Please RT& forward to any students who may be interested in joining us!
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Mobeen Hussain Feb 10
This should be really informative for all PhDs wondering how best to navigate publishing .
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Camb British History Feb 7
Event TODAY @ 4, Audit Room : Brexit and the Legacies of Empire with 's Gurminder K. Bhambra ()
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Cambridge Habsburg Studies Feb 7
The network's next seminar is on Thursday 13 February. Professor Stephan Steiner from will present a paper on the history of Roma people in the Habsburg Empire. As always at 5.30 pm,
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Jules Skotnes-Brown Feb 6
Delighted to announce that my article on the Addo Elephants in South Africa is now on First View. Thanks very much to the Historical Journal team and to everyone who read drafts of this.
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Cambridge History Feb 6
Christianity & Social Change in the Global South Seminar - Tomorrow @ 1:30 (Old JCR ) Double billing featuring 's Kate Tilson & 's David Bagnall
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