Timetable

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Date Panel Convenor Theme
2 September Worlds of development Corinna Unger, Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo Economy and development
1 September Whiter revolution? Bettina Dennerlein, Nadia Al-Bagdadi, Randi Deguilhem After empire: complicating colonialism and decolonization
3 September War impact on commercial exchange and merchant networks in the 18th century Klemens Kaps Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Upheaval and reform in imperial and postwar Japan Steven Ericson Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
3 September Universal empire Peter Fibiger Bang Concepts and approaches
3 September Transnational women’s activism in times of empire Jana Tschurenev, Nikolay Kamenov, Sumita Mukherjee Actors: biographies and mobilities
1 September Transnational political economies of technoscience Manuela Boatcă, Zoltán Ginelli Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Transnational entertainments Antje Dietze, Maren Möhring Respatializations
2 September Translating the people's will Aymon Kreil, Giedre Sabaseviciute Concepts and approaches
2 September Transatlantic antifascism Holger Weiss, Kasper Brasken, Nigel Copsey Actors: biographies and mobilities
2 September Towards a global history of music venues since the late 19th century Cornelia Escher Respatializations
2 September The world before the Russian Revolution Adrian Brisku Transformations of empires: state formation and society
1 September The role of ruptures and revolutions in the production of categories of race, gender and sexuality Ernst van der Wal, Lena Dallywater Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September The revolutionary and Napoleonic wars as a conjuncture in global economic history Patrick O’Brien Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
2 September The long 1960s Beata Hock, Michael G. Esch Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September The legacy of slave trade and slavery in the capitals, port towns and hinterlands of former European empires and colonies Christian Cwik, Michael Zeuske, Ulrike Schmieder Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
1 September The interwar world-wide reception of Russian Revolutions Isabelle Lespinet-Moret, Marieke Louis, Marine Dhermy-Mairal The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September The international labour movement and the Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 Arturo Zoffmann Rodriguez The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September The Danube and the Danube Commissions Dietmar Müller Global governance and international affairs
1 September The creation of an international elite in Geneva after 1919 Bob Reinalda, Madeleine Herren Global governance and international affairs
2 September The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the global economy Judit Klement, Peter Eigner People, labor and demography
1 September Splitting the worlds, bridging the gaps Marsha Siefert, Yulia Khmelevskaya Global governance and international affairs
1 September South-Eastern Europe and the Caucasus Balasz Trencsenyi, Nino Chikovani The making of regions: transregional encounters and dynamics
1 September Socialisms in development Eric Burton, Steffi Marung Economy and development
1 September Socialism and global history Attila Melegh
2 September Smuggling in the early modern world Felicia Gottmann, Filipa Ribeiro da Silva People, labor and demography
2 September Scholars, teachers, engineers Heinrich Hartmann Knowledge: production and circulation
31 August Ruptures, empires, revolutions Donatella Strangio, Jacob Weisdorf Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Ruptures and fractures Attila Melegh, Marius Turda People, labor and demography
2 September Roundtable: World and global history Matthias Middell, Stefano Bellucci Concepts and approaches
2 September Revolutions in Ibero-(Latin)America and the Caribbean Christian Cwik Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Revolutions in an age of transformation Bernhard C. Schär, Martin Dusinberre, Wolfgang Göderle Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
1 September Revolution, counter-revolution or changes of regimes? Eszter Bartha, Tamás Krausz Revolutions and revolutionaries: comparisons and connections
2 September Revolution and religion Nadia Al-Bagdadi
3 September Revisiting 1919 from within East Asia Evan Dawley, Torsten Weber Global governance and international affairs
31 August Rethinking the Eastern question Constantin Ardeleanu, Salvatore Bottari Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
3 September Resistance and revolt Daniel Speich Wars, ruptures, and violent transformations
1 September Regime change and the loss of knowledge Karel Davids Knowledge: production and circulation
1 September Refugees vs. state sovereignty Gilad Ben-Nun Respatializations
1 September Reforms, ruptures, and revolutions in Kazakhstan Aliya Tonkobayeva, Gulmira Sultangalieva Transformations of empires: state formation and society
2 September Reform without revolution? Bernard Schneuwly, Joëlle Droux, Rita Hofstetter Global governance and international affairs
1 September Reconceptualizing global history Johannes Paulmann, Roland Wenzlhuemer Concepts and approaches
2 September Recasting imperial spaces Isabella Löhr Respatializations
31 August Post-imperial biographies and trajectories in a confined space 1918-1940 Attila Melegh, Gábor Egry Actors: biographies and mobilities
1 September Penal transportation, deportation and exile in the 19th and 20th centuries Christian De Vito, Zhanna Popova Transformations of empires: state formation and society
3 September Nikita Khrustchev Mikhail Lipkin The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
2 September Nationalism and transnationalism in Central and Eastern Europe during and after the World Wars Markéta Křížová Respatializations
2 September Narratives on the global historical role of Lenin Alfred J. Rieber, Eszter Bartha The Russian Revolution: global connections and legacies
1 September Missionaries and the ruptures of empires Clemens Six Endings of empires: collapse and legacies
3 September Minorities facing modernity and political change Benjamin Brown Transformations of empires: state formation and society

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