History Department Colloquium 2019-2020


Lecture series organised by Profs. Giorgio Riello and Federico Romero

The History Department Research Colloquium offers an informal setting within which permanent and visiting faculty can present their current research.The Department Colloquium is a forum where faculty, researchers and post-docs can come together in the serious discussion of ongoing faculty research at the EUI.


The Troubles of Global Civitas: Immigration, Segregation, and Convivencia in Colonial Manila, 1580-1700s


Speaker: Ryan Crewe (University of Colorado and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

13 November 2019

Eric Hobsbawm, A Life in History


Speaker: Richard J. Evans  (Provost of Gresham College, London, and Regius Professor Emeritus of History at Cambridge)

20 November 2019 

Communication and Commerce: Ferdinand Columbus' Catalogues and the Early Modern Economy of Knowledge


Speaker: José Maria Perez Fernández (Universidad de Granada and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

27 November 2019

Voice of the Viet Nam People through Sino-nôm Documents: A history in the French Colonial Period (1875-1945) 


Speaker: Việt Anh Cao (Institut d'études sino-nôm and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

11 December 2019

Twentieth Century International Economic Thinking, 1919-2001


Speaker: Glenda Sluga (EUI)

22 January 2020

The Iberian Empires and the ‘Soft’ Globalization, 15th-17th Centuries


Speaker: Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

12 February 2020

Global Knowledge, Emotions, and the Making of Enlightenment Europe: Joseph Stöcklein’s Neuer Welt-Bott revisited


Speakers: Ulrike Strasser (University of Berlin) and Renate Duerr (University of Tuebingen)

21 February 2020

Prophecy and Political Emancipation in the History of Italy: The Rebirth of Prophecy and the Risorgimento


Speaker: Maurizio Viroli (Princeton University and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

26 February 2020

Missionary Knowledge in the Colonial Borderlands of Iberian Empires. Impositions, Appropriations, Adaptations


Speaker: Guillermo Wilde (CONICET, Buenos Aires and Fernand Braudel Fellow, EUI)

 29 April 2020


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