Previous Events 2008 - 2009

September 2008 - September 2009

DATE
EVENT LOCATION  DETAILS
6th June 2009

Civic virtue and modernity:

Debates on Rousseau in German-speaking Europe and in Britain

The Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at UCL, 183 Euston Road, 5th floor.

Participants will include:

Alexander Schmidt, Brian Young, Frecderick Neuhouser, Tristan Coignard, Avi Lifschitz, Iain Hampsher-Monk, Michael Sonenscher

Conference programme

5th June 2009

Civic virtue and modernity:

Debates on Rousseau in German-speaking Europe and in Britain

The German Historical Institute, 17 Bloomsbury Square.

Instructions of how to get here

Participants will include:

Andreas Gestrich, Béla Kapossy, Isaac Nakhimovsky, Daniel Tröhler, Heide von Felden, Karen O’Brien, Liselotte Steinbrügge, Iain McDaniel, Ultán Gillen, John Robertson, Anthony La Vopa 

Conference programme 

4th June 2009

Transnational History and Gender

A half-day workshop at University College London (UCL)

Room G09/10, 26 Gordon Square

UCL Department of History

This event explores the role of transnational experiences in the construction and perception of gender from 1500. The workshop brings together specialists from different sub-disciplines of history as well as historians with a specific theoretical interest in gender studies and/or transnational history. The event is open to researchers and graduate students; it is run in cooperation with the European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean.

Workshop programme (pdf)

Conference report by Daniel Laqua and published in Quaderni Storici

20th February

2009

Colloquium on Lincoln and Transatlantic Liberalism

The Wilkins Old Refectory

(UCL Wilkins building, enter via South Cloisters)

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Participants will include:
Michael O’Brien (Cambridge), James T. Kloppenberg (Harvard), Lawrence Goldman (Oxford), Robert Cook (Sussex), Anthony Howe (UEA), Eugenio Biagini (Cambridge), Axel Korner (UCL), Kate Ferris (Durham) and Maike Thier (UCL)

For more information please go to:
www.ucl.ac.uk/history/events/commfund
or contact Dr Adam Smith at: a.i.p.smith@ucl.ac.uk
19th February 2009
The 2009 UCL Commonwealth Fund and Harry Allen Memorial Lecture to mark the Abraham Lincoln bicentennial

Professor Allen C. Guelzo (Gettysburg College)

"Lincoln, Cobden and Bright: The Braid of Liberalism in the Nineteenth-Century's Transatlantic World"

with an introduction by Rt Hon the Baroness Williams of Crosby
The Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre

(UCL South Cloisters, top floor)

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For more information please go to:
www.ucl.ac.uk/history/events/commfund
or contact Dr Adam Smith at: a.i.p.smith@ucl.ac.uk
11th November 2008

5.15 pm

Pierre-Yves Saunier (CNRS, Lyon)

"No more turns: history with a transnational angle"

UCL History Department, 25-26 Gordon Square
Room G09/10 ground floor

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Pierre-Yves Saunier is the general editor of the 

Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History

More information to follow soon

7th November 2008

10:00 - 5:30 pm

Postgraduate Workshop:

Religion and Social Identity in Antiquity

Wilkins Haldane Room (entrance by the North Cloister) UCL
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For information and registration please contact:
Soraia Tabatabai (ucrasta@ucl.ac.uk)
OR
Alix Beaumont (ucraajb@ucl.ac.uk)

28th October 2008

6 pm

Inaugural Lecture, Centre for Transnational History

Professor Jacques Revel (EHESS, Paris – NYU, NY)

"Religions beyond borders?
The uses of comparison in the early 18th century"

Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre

(UCL, South Cloisters, top floor)
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