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Lent Term 2019

Thursdays, 5.00 - 7.00pm

Seminars take place in Seminar Room 5, Cripps Court, Magdalene College (Chesterton Road) unless otherwise stated. A map to Cripps Court can be found here.

 January 24th

David Anderson (Warwick):
`Reparative History of  Colonial Violence: Claim-making and Truth-seeking from Europe’s Imperial Past

January 31st

David Lowe (Deakin):
The Colombo Plan for aid to postwar South and Southeast Asia: Cultivating habits of aid and diplomacy’

February 7th     

Pratik Chakrabarti  (Manchester):
`The other side of Tethys: Gondwanaland and Antipodal histories.’

February 14th 

Elise Burton (Cambridge):
`Genetic Borderlands: Territorial occupation and scientific collaboration in the Middle East’

February 21st    

Jamie Trinidad (Cambridge): 
`'Useless Mouths': a Gibraltarian perspective on Empire and Brexit’

February 28th

Emma Hunter (Edinburgh):
'Writing A History of Tanzania, c. 1830-2009'

March 7th

Christopher Bayly’s `Remaking the Modern World’.
Round-table discussion with Alison Bashford, Richard Drayton, Ruth Harris and Sujit Sivasundaram (a joint event with the Centre for South Asian Studies)



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