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Lent Term 2020

Thursdays, 5.00 - 7.00pm


Seminars take place in Seminar Room 3, Cripps Court, Magdalene College (Chesterton Road) unless otherwise stated. A map to Cripps Court can be found here.

23 January
 Chris Moffat:
‘A Significance for Brick, or Learning from Lahore’.


30 January

Jeppe Mulich, Cambridge:
`Caught between Empires: Colonialism and resistance in contemporary Hong Kong’


6 February

Anjali Datta, Cambridge:
'A City in Motion: Migration and Urban Space in Delhi'


13 February

Richard Wilson, Connecticut:
`Propaganda, Social Media and Human Rights in Latin America’


20 February

Helen Tilley, Northwestern:
`The Wisdom of the Peoples: African Empires, Global Governance, and Cold War Constructions of Traditional Medicine’ 


27 February

Cristina Dragomir, QMUL:
`Nomads, 'Gypsy' and Criminals: The construction of Criminalization in England and India, 1800-1900’

5 March

Harshan Kumarasingham, Edinburgh:
`The 2019 Prorogation Crisis in Westminster - Perspectives and Precedents from Commonwealth History’

 

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