Graduate History Colloquium - Fall 2013
Faculty Conveners: Ernesto Bassi and Mostafa Minawi
Tuesdays, 4:30-6:30, 366 McGraw Hall
September 3 Tom Balcerski, "Charles Sumner Stands Alone"
September 10 Kyle Harvey, "Sailing the Pampas: Destination Logic, Oceans, and the Transandean Railroad"
September 17 Molly Warsh (University of Pittsburgh), "The Global Political Economy of Pearls, 1600-1640"
September 24 Matts Fibiger, "Neoconservatives, the Philippines, and the Democracy Agenda"
October 1 Jason Kelly, "Trade in Transition: Figuring Capitalism in Chinese Communist Trade Policy at Midcentury"
October 8 Mark Deets, "Mapping the Sacred Forest: Space, Place, and Separatism in Senegal, 1945-1995"
October 22 Trais Pearson, "The (Dead) Body Politic: Forensic Medicine & Sovereignty in Siam"
October 29 Thomas Lau (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), "Restoring honour - financial crisis and state building in 17th century Switzerland"
November 5 Brian Cuddy, "War and Law on the New Frontier: The Kennedy Administration and Indirect Aggression, 1961"
November 12 Christina Casey, "Plain Mr. Hastings' and his 'Queen of Sheba': the beginning of pseudo-sovereign identity in British India"
November 19 Kate Horning, "A Normal Process or an Exceptional Show? Staging the Stammheim Trial"
November 26 Mari Crabtree, "Lynching Reincarnated: Imagining and Re-Imagining Racial Violence in the Civil Rights Era"
December 3 Máté Rigó, "Capitalism after the Versailles Treaties: the effect of World War I on industrial and bank life in Alsace-Lorraine and Transylvania"
Faculty Comparative History Colloquium - Fall 2013
Papers will be available one week prior to the colloquium meeting. Please contact Barb Donnell if you wish to receive a copy of the paper. Dinner will be provided, so please RSVP one week in advance as well. Directions to the event will be distributed in advance.