Reaction to Research Program
Frank Schumacher (Western U, Canada)
The weekly colloquium of the Collaborative Research Centre provides a forum for presentations by external guests as well as by members of the SFB 1199 within a tailored thematic framework. The format helps to create a common ground for discussion between guests, the Collaborative Research Centre, as well as the wider academic public.
In this week’s session Frank Schumacher kindly gives his comments to the research programme for the SFB’s third funding phase starting in 2023 and currently pending.
The session will be held in presence, but it is also possible to access it online. To join, please click the button below.
Frank Schumacher (Western University, Canada)
Frank Schumacher is an Associate Professor at the History Department of the Western University in Canada. He specializes in international, global, and transnational history with a focus on the role of the United States in world affairs, the history of empires and colonialism, and the global history of genocide and mass violence. He is currently completing a book-length biographical essay on Theodore Roosevelt which examines the fascinating and multi-faceted life of America’s 26th president and seeks to explain his enduring bi-partisan appeal to the political discourse in the United States.