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Academic Year 2018-2019

Global Empires, Global Courts? Exploration and Politics in Religion

Conference organised by Jorge Flores (EUI) on 13-14 September 2018

Academic year 2017-2018

Travels, Ethnology, and Natural History

Lecture by Juan Pau Rubies (Pompeu Fabra University) and Henrique Leitão (University of Lisbon) on 15 March 2018

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First Annual Graduate Conference on the History of European Integration

Conference organised by the Historical Archives of the European Union, the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Department of History and Civilization on 18-20 September 2017

Academic year 2016-2017

'Collecting the World'. Forum on Hans Sloane

Workshop organised by Stéphane Van Damme (EUI) on 26 June 2017

Empires After The Global ‘Turn’. Planned Migrations, Colonial Agents and Informal Imperialism, c.1800-1950

Workshop organised by Lucy Riall (EUI), Pieter Judson (EUI) and José Juan Pérez Meléndez (EUI and University of California, Davis) on 1-2 June 2017

Looking West: Détente, the Socialist Regimes and their Opening to the Globalizing Market Economy

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Federico Romero (EUI) on 22 March 2017

The Middle East: The Rise and Fall of an Idea

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by James Renton (Edge Hill University - Fernand Braudel Fellow) on 1 February 2017

Nader Shah and Napoleon: Fear and Hope on a Eurasian Canvass: A Historiographical Comparison

Lecture by Rudi Matthee (University of Delaware) on 1 December 2016

Muslim Rome: Horizons of the Renaissance in the Ottoman Mediterranean

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Giancarlo Casale (University of Minnesota) on 30 November 2016

The Floating World. Migration, Mobility and Hospitality in Renaissance Venice

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Rosa Salzberg (Marie Curie Fellow) on 23 November 2016

Identities in Motion: How Travel Affected Turkish Self-perceptions and Czech Perceptions of the Turks (1870-1930)

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by JItka Maleckova (Charles University Prague - Fernand Braudel Fellow) on 9 November 2016

The Space Between: A Global MicroHistory from Nootka Sound

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Maxine Berg (University of Warwick) on 2 November 2016

Academic year 2015-2016

Humanitarianism and Empire in Africa: Towards a New History of Human Rights

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Darcie Fontaine (University of South Florida) and Emily Baughan (Max Weber Fellow - University of Bristol) on 14 March 2016

The Right Side of History: An Intellectual Biography of William C. Bullitt

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Prof. Alexander Etkind (EUI) on 3 February 2016

Denigrating Viceroys: The Art of Political Insult in Early Modern Portuguese India

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Prof. Giuseppe Marcocci (Fernand Braudel Fellow / University of Tuscia, Viterbo) n 27 January 2016

Lusophobia and Lusophilia in Post-Colonial Brazil

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by José Sacchetta Ramos Mendes (University of Bahia) on 13 January 2016

How Should We Define Social Groups of Slaves? An Example in the 18th and 19th Century Mediterranean

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by M'hamed Oualdi (Fernand Braudel Fellow / Princeton University) on 2 December 2015

Economics of Curiosity

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Niel de Marchi (Duke University) and Marina Bianchi (University of Cassino) on 11 November 2015

Oriental Despots on Ornamental Desks: On Dutch Geography, the 'Decorative' Arts, and the Production of the Exotic World

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Benjamin Schmidt (University of Washington) on 4 November 2015

A Silken Diplomacy: Venetian Luxury Gifts for the Ottoman Empire in the Late Renaissance

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Luca Molà (EUI) on 28 October 2015

Pre-empting Revolution: The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the Founding of the International Labor Organization

Lecture-HEC Colloquium by Leonard V. Smith (Oberlin College) on 20 October 2015

Academic year 2014-2015

Japan, the Global Empire-State

Lecture by Prof. Martin Dusinberre (University of Zurich) on 10 June 2015

Academic year 2013-2014

The Long Global Crisis, c. 1912-c. 1922

Lecture by John Horne (Trinity College Dublin) on 29 May 2014

Lecture by Sonya Rose (University of Michigan / Birkbeck College) on 30 May 2014

Conference on 2-3 June 2014

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The American Century in Europe

Lecture by Prof. Mary Nolan (University of Worchester) on 20 March 2014

Ideologies of Empire in the Modern World

Conference on 9-10 January 2014

Eurafrica and Eurasia: Perspectives on Europe and Beyond

Lecture by Prof. Jane Burbank and Prof. Frederic Cooper (NYU) on 8 January 2014

Early Modern Cosmopolitanisms: Europe and South Asia

Conference on 6-7 December 2013

Academic year 2012-2013

Nation and Gender in Modern India

Workshop on 3 May 2013

Writing the History of 19th-century Europe:The Global Context

Lecture by Sir Richard J. Evans (University of Cambridge) - 21 February 2013

Of Mules and Men: Hybrid Power in the Making of a Global World Order, c1500-c1945

Lecture by Prof. William Gervase Clarence-Smith (SOAS University of London) - 13 February 2013

The Birth of Global Cities

Conference on 6-7 December 2012

Looking for Europe: Questions and Uncertainties

Lecture by Prof. Jacques Revel (Fernand Braudel Fellow / EHESS, Paris) - 1 October 2012

Global - Transnational - Comparative History

Kaeynote lecture by Prof. Jan De Vries (Fernand Braudel Fellow / University of California Berkeley) - 10 September 2012

European Summer School on Cold War History

5-8 September 2012, University of Trento

Academic year 2011-2012

A Protestant or Catholic Atlantic World? Confessional Divisions and the Writing of Natural History  

Lecture by Prof. Nicholas Canny  (National University of Ireland, Galway)7 March 2012

Max Weber Revisited: the Autonomy of European Cities in Comparison

Lecture by Prof. Wim P. Blockmans (Leiden University) - 1  February 2012

Partitions and the Making of Peoples

Lecture by Prof. Dirk Moses (EUI) - 7 December 2011

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Missionaries as Merchants and Mercenaries: Controversies over Religion and Commerce in Early Modern Southeast Asia

Lecture by Dr. Tara Alberts (Max Weber Fellow / University of York, UK) - 23 November 2011

Neither Centre nor Periphery: Ego Centered Networks and the Circulation of Business and Politics in the Iberian Atlantic (2nd half of the 18th century)

Lecture by Prof.  Zacarias Moutoukias (Fernand Braudel/Vasco da Gama Fellow / University of Paris Diderot, Paris Cité Sorbonne) - 26 October 2011 

Models of Mediterranean Modernity: The Perspective from the Longue Durée

Keynote speech by Prof. Edmund Burke III (Fernand Braudel Fellow / University of California, Santa Cruz) - 3 October 2011

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