Timetable

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Date Panel Convenor Theme
2 September Entangled histories of revolutionary transformations Yulia Gradskova Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
31 August Empires of knowledge Wilko Graf von Hardenberg Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Entanglements and ruptures Uwe Müller Economy and development
2 September In the land of the colonizers Umar Ryad The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
2 September Challenges to (post)imperial governance Ulf Engel Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
1 September Upheaval and reform in imperial and postwar Japan Steven Ericson Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September Imperial challenges, transformations and legacies Stephen Jacobson Transformations of empires: state formation and society
31 August Intermediaries in imperial expansion during the long 19th century, c. 1789-1914 Stefan Eklöf Amirell Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Commodities connecting world regions and empires to the world Ryuto Shimada Economy and development
1 September Atlantic Italies Roberto Zaugg, Silvia Marzagalli The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
1 September A revolution in economic thought? Phillipp Robinson Rössner Economy and development
3 September Universal empire Peter Fibiger Bang Concepts and approaches
1 September Global institutions and the East-South circulation of knowledge Peter Apor, Tamás Kende Knowledge: production and circulation
2 September The revolutionary and Napoleonic wars as a conjuncture in global economic history Patrick O’Brien Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
31 August Economic change in global history Pat Hudson, Tirthankar Roy Economy and development
1 September Economy – reformation – revolution Norbert Fabian Economy and development
2 September Agriculture as a battleground for competing modernities Nikolay Kamenov People, labor and demography
2 September Revolution and religion Nadia Al-Bagdadi
1 September Ecological transformations and disasters in global environmental history Moritz von Brescius, Stefan Hübner, Uwe Lübken Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
3 September Nikita Khrustchev Mikhail Lipkin The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
2 September Entangled histories of soldiers and civilians in the British and French empires Michael Goebel Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Escaping Leviathan’s hold Michael G. Esch Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September (Re-)Formatting spaces in the context of empires Maximilian Georg, Ute Wardenga Respatializations
2 September Roundtable: World and global history Matthias Middell, Stefano Bellucci Concepts and approaches
1 September Splitting the worlds, bridging the gaps Marsha Siefert, Yulia Khmelevskaya Global governance and international affairs
2 September Nationalism and transnationalism in Central and Eastern Europe during and after the World Wars Markéta Křížová Respatializations
1 September Eugenics in the making Marius Turda People, labor and demography
31 August Globalizing the Balkans Marie-Janine Calic Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
3 September "Agrarian revolutions" Marc Frey, Steffi Marung Economy and development
1 September Transnational political economies of technoscience Manuela Boatcă, Zoltán Ginelli Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Empires in the "Game-Over Era" Mahshid Mayar Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
2 September Biography and global microhistory Lucy Riall, Mark Gamsa Actors: biographies and mobilities
1 September Humanitarian intervention on the Balkans in the long 19th century Krisztián Csaplár-Degovics Global governance and international affairs
3 September War impact on commercial exchange and merchant networks in the 18th century Klemens Kaps Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September Internal peripheries between imperial arrangements and global markets Klemens Kaps Economy and development
2 September Dissecting sites of punishment Klaas Stutje, Matthias van Rossum Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Beyond the League and the UN Klaas Dykmann Global governance and international affairs
2 September Labour relations under imperial conditions Karin Hofmeester People, labor and demography
1 September Regime change and the loss of knowledge Karel Davids Knowledge: production and circulation
2 September Imperial learning at the time of the French Revolution Julia Oheim, Megan Maruschke Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the global economy Judit Klement, Peter Eigner People, labor and demography
1 September Reconceptualizing global history Johannes Paulmann, Roland Wenzlhuemer Concepts and approaches
2 September Boundaries of empire Jie-Hyun Lim, Robert Kramm Respatializations
1 September Asian history in a global and comparative perspective Jie-Hyun Lim Concepts and approaches
1 September Germany’s "program for revolution" in a global perspective Jennifer Jenkins Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
31 August Legacies and memories of the Russian Revolution Jane Burbank The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
3 September Transnational women’s activism in times of empire Jana Tschurenev, Nikolay Kamenov, Sumita Mukherjee Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Agents of radical change Jana Tschurenev Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Diplomacy between and within empires Jan Hennings, Tracey Sowerby Global governance and international affairs
31 August Borderlands between imperialism and nationalism James Koranyi, Petru Szedlacsek Respatializations

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