Panel Programme

Panel Programme

This is an overview of all panels. You may search for keywords included in the panel titles and abstracts. Additionally, you can browse through our eight thematic themes. Information on the panel time slots will follow soon.

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  • “Primitive” people in nation-states and empires: Global patterns of inclusion and exclusion

    Francesca Fuoli

    Christof Dejung

  • Actor or instrument: The role of the CMEA in the global Cold War

    Suvi Kansikas

    Uwe Müller

    Berthold Unfried

  • Ambiguous identities: The role of literature and intellectual debates in the (re)definition of collective identities

    Thea Sumalvico

  • Anti-fascism in a global perspective: Transnational networks, exile communities, and radical internationalism

    Kasper Braskén

    David Featherstone

    Nigel Copsey

  • At the intersection of minority rights: Global history, internationalisms, and the in- and exclusion of “marginal” groups

    Paul van Trigt

  • Between the nation and the world: The role of translation in the circulation of small/minor/peripheral/less translated literatures

    Ana Kvirikashvili

    Elisabet Carbó

    Diana Roig Sanz

  • Between the spatial and the digital turn: Challenges for scholars, publishers and funding agencies in global and transnational history

    Ninja Steinbach-Hüther

    Steffi Marung

  • Book discussion: Humanitarianism in the modern world
  • Business of minorities: Financial services in non-western communities,19th/20th century

    Martin Lengwiler

  • Colonial administration / Imperial governance of locals and foreigners
  • Colonial borderlands, nationalism and foreign others: Mobility controls, practices of citizenship and the definition of marginal subjects in the 20th century

    Jessica Fernández de Lara Harada

    Helena F. S. Lopes

    Frances O’Morchoe

    Sundeep Lidher

  • Colonial policy in imperial and post-imperial Eurasia (1886-1960)

    Margot Lyautey

    Marc Elie

  • Confronting empire: Indigenous biographies and the global

    Stephanie Mawson

  • Creating global/world history from Asian perspectives: Activities of the Asian Association of World Historians (AAWH), 2009-2019

    Shigeru Akita

  • Digital history and the writing of minority (global) histories

    Martin Dusinberre

  • Displacement and resettlement during and after World War II in a global perspective

    Kerstin von Lingen

  • Dissemination, transformation, and perception of (western) science in a global perspective
  • European minorities in muslim communities in the 18th and 19th centuries: The case with the consular institutions along the coast of North Africa

    Joachim Östlund

  • Exclusion, inclusion and commemoration of minorities during and after World War II in Poland

    Aleksandra Kmak-Pamirska

  • From the study of globalization to research on globalization projects

    Matthias Middell

  • Global History and the History of Small States: Research Agendas for the Integration of a Marginalized Field of Study

    Stephan Scheuzger

  • Global perspectives and voices in the sporting Cold War

    Luiz Rocha

    Johanna Mellis

  • Global perspectives on Nordic colonialism

    Linda Andersson Burnett

  • Global trafficking / global migration: Marginalization, integration and minorities

    Ned Richardson-Little

  • Globalizing Eastern Europe: New perspectives on transregional entanglements of an often neglected region

    Lena Dallywater

  • Historical narrative and process of marginalization

    Forrest Kilimnik

  • Histories of disability in the Global South: A comparative perspective on a minority in the majority world

    Sam De Schutter

  • History of state enterprises in African states after Independence

    Marie Huber

    Alexander Keese

  • Ideas and peoples across the waters of the Western Indian Ocean

    Tamara Fernando

    Taushif Kara

  • Inclusion and exclusion in the Russian law

    Jane Burbank

  • Inequality and social cohesion: Political and institutional implications
  • Instruments of imperial inclusion and exclusion: Treaties and diplomatic encounters in maritime Southeast Asia, 1600-1900

    Stefan Eklöf Amirell

    Hans Hägerdal

  • Internationalism and social policies since 1945: Contexts, actors, dynamics

    Miguel Bandeira Jeronimo

  • Japan and global trends in finance, industry, and communication: Late 19th century perspectives

    Steven Ericson

  • Knowledge production of the Other: Circulations, appropriations, co-productions
  • Making our voices heard: Minority communities and the teaching of history

    Steffen Sammler

    Riem Spielhaus

  • Medical knowledge in/from the North: Global connections and local solutions in Sweden and Finland, 18th and 19th centuries

    Kalle Kananoja

  • Migration between Africa and Europe: Past and present policies of marginalization and integration

    Francesca Fauri

    Donatella Strangio

  • Migration, internationalism, and xenophobia
  • Mining and its commodities as wheels of the Early Modern global economy

    Klemens Kaps

    Miroslav Lacko

  • Minorities in Eurasian empires: Their functions for the survival of empires

    Tomoko Morikawa

    Ryuto Shimada

  • Minorities, migrants and social change across time
  • Minority conflicts and postcolonial nation state building in Asia: Exploring the role of diplomatic and humanitarian aid, c. 1940s to 1960s

    Maria Framke

    Joanna Simonow

  • Minority formation and nation-making in Asia

    Kwangmin Kim

  • Non-Europeans seen from Central Europe: Conceptual and methodological approaches

    Marketa Krizova

    Jitka Maleckova

  • On the margins of area studies: Spotlighting Islam in East Asia

    Ulrich Brandenburg

    Noriko Unno

    John T. Chen

  • One globe, three histories? Thinking environmental, global, and international history together

    Lucas Mueller

    Simone Müller

  • Pan-African cultures of solidarity: Anti-colonialism, exiles and refugee politics in Africa

    Eric Burton

    Marcia C. Schenck

  • Patterns of integration and exclusion in the Napoleonic Empire

    Alan Forrest

  • Refugees, diasporas and expatriates: perspectives on exclusion and inclusion
  • Roundtable: “Oceanic Asia: Global History , Japanese Waters, and the Edges of Area Studies"

    Stefan Hübner

  • Scaling early modern entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurship and power relations in business history

    Kaarle Wirta

  • Setting the boundaries of transnational action

    Katja Castryck-Naumann

    Antje Dietze

  • Silence in/of archives: Absence, erasure, censorship, and archival politics

    Mahshid Mayar

  • Socialist mobilities: Networks, spaces, practices

    Steffi Marung

    Ana Moledo

  • Solidarities and exclusion under and after the Cold War

    Yulia Gradskova

  • Spatial literacy under the global condition: dimensions and conceptualizations

    Matthias Middell

    Steffi Marung

  • Spatial semantics and digital humanities

    Ninja Steinbach-Hüther

  • Tackling coerced labour regimes in Asia: Towards a comparative model

    Kate Ekama

    Matthias van Rossum

  • The Dutch early modern empire as a globalized institution of localized social control

    Sophie Rose

    Alexander Geelen

  • The global colour line: Pan-africanism and black internationalism in the 21st century

    Lena Dallywater

  • The institutional pillars of the Eastern block

    Mikhail Lipkin

    Suvi Kansikas

  • The Northern European experience in slavery

    Rebekka v. Mallinckrodt

  • The politics of language
  • The transformation of imperial space: a transimperial perspective, ca. 1790–1940

    Geert Castryck

    Megan Maruschke

  • Towards a global history of neoliberalism

    Hagen Schulz-Forberg

  • Transnational female agency
  • Was it a Man’s world? Intersections of gender and global history

    Angelika Epple

    Christof Dejung

  • Welfare and development in colonial societies (19th – 20th centuries): Actors, institutions, and dynamics

    Miguel Bandeira Jeronimo

    Alessandro Stanziani

  • Workers and the change of ownership in the 1970s and 1980s

    Attila Melegh

  • Youth and internationalism across the globe, 1930s–1980s

    Daniel Laqua

    Nikolaos Papadogiannis