Spring Term’s @ExeterCIGH Seminar Schedule

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The schedule for the Spring term’s Centre for Imperial and Global History seminar series, organised by Dr Emily Bridger, is now available. As previously, the seminars will take place on Wednesdays from 4:30-6pm. The seminars will take place bi-weekly beginning in Week 2, with an extra seminar in Week 11. Mark your calendars!

Date

Event

24 January

Week 2

Amory B219

Dora Vargha (Exeter), ‘World health in a Cold War: a view from behind the Iron Curtain’

7 February

Week 4

Amory B219

 Richard Toye, (Exeter) ‘Churchill’s Great Game: rethinking the long-term origins of the Cold War’

21 February

Week 6

Amory B219

 Meg Kanazawa (PhD Candidate, Exeter), ‘The Ford Foundation’s AIDS Grantees, 1990 to 2001: Visions for India’s Transformation through the NGO Sector’

7 March

Week 8

Amory B219

Katie Natanal, (Exeter, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies) ‘Unruly affects: Tracing love and melancholia in Israeli settler colonialism’

21 March

Week 10

Amory B219

Rhian Keyse, (PhD Candidate, Exeter) ‘Forced Marriage in British colonial Africa: International, imperial, and local responses’

28 March

Week 11

Amory B219

* Note 5pm start

Emma Hunter (Edinburgh), ‘Nationhood and Nationalism in Sub-Saharan Africa’

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