- Event: Warburg Conference: Classical Traditions in Latin American History
- Event: UCL Public Symposium: What is Latin about Latin America?
- CFP: Music, Italianità and the XIX Century Global Imagination
- Listen: Natan Wachtel (Collège de France), The 'Jewish Indian Theory' the Problem of the Origin of the American Populations (XVI-XVII Centuries)
- UCL Centre for Transnational History module at the UCL Summer School for Undergraduates
- Event: Remapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Context, 1500-2000 - 23-24 June 2016
- CTH receives Leverhulme grant for new research project on Transnational Monarchy
- Read Simon MacDonald's article on transnational scholarship
The UCL Centre for Transnational History provides a forum for research and graduate training in the field of transnational history across different departments and faculties of UCL, including the History Department, the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), and the departments of Anthropology, History of Art, Scandinavian Studies and Science and Technology Studies and the Institute of Education.
The Centre’s activities are understood to include transnational history in the specific sense of the term, namely the study of historical processes above and beyond the structures of states and nations, as well as comparative history, histoire croisée or Transfergeschichte, from the ancient to the contemporary world. Thus, the Centre aims to provide institutional support to individual and collaborative research projects in transnational history; it offers a framework for graduate studies in the field; and organises related seminars, lectures and workshops.
The Centre engages with transnational history both as part of its wide range of teaching and of its various research activities. Ongoing projects include:
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