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Imperial History Working Group - Second Introductory session

Dates:
  • Tue 24 Nov 2020 15.00 - 17.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-11-24 15:00 2020-11-24 17:00 Europe/Paris Imperial History Working Group - Second Introductory session

What is an empire ? What does imperial mean?

 

The Imperial History Working Group is pleased to invite you to its second introductory meeting! Once again, this working group aims to generate discussions between researchers who are interested in the history of empires and their legacies across time and space.

 

This second meeting is designed to serve as another chance to introduce ourselves, share our interests, and review plans for this year’s program. If you were interested in joining our last meeting but were prevented by scheduling difficulties, we would especially like to see you!

 

As a starting point for our discussions, we will read two texts that reflect on the nature of empire and on imperial ways of doing things: Jana Osterkamp’s Cooperative Empires: Provincial Initiatives in Imperial Austria, and Martin Dusinberre and Mariko Iijima’s Transplantation: Sugar and Imperial Practice in Japan’s Pacific.

 

Interested? For the readings and the Zoom link (as well as any further questions) please contact Chris Wendt or Sandra Ricker.

 

We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday afternoon at 15:00!

 

Best,

 

Sandra, Chris, and Friedrich

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What is an empire ? What does imperial mean?

 

The Imperial History Working Group is pleased to invite you to its second introductory meeting! Once again, this working group aims to generate discussions between researchers who are interested in the history of empires and their legacies across time and space.

 

This second meeting is designed to serve as another chance to introduce ourselves, share our interests, and review plans for this year’s program. If you were interested in joining our last meeting but were prevented by scheduling difficulties, we would especially like to see you!

 

As a starting point for our discussions, we will read two texts that reflect on the nature of empire and on imperial ways of doing things: Jana Osterkamp’s Cooperative Empires: Provincial Initiatives in Imperial Austria, and Martin Dusinberre and Mariko Iijima’s Transplantation: Sugar and Imperial Practice in Japan’s Pacific.

 

Interested? For the readings and the Zoom link (as well as any further questions) please contact Chris Wendt or Sandra Ricker.

 

We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday afternoon at 15:00!

 

Best,

 

Sandra, Chris, and Friedrich


Location:
via ZOOM -

Affiliation:
Department of History and Civilization

Type:
Working group

Contact:
Sandra Ricker (EUI) - Send a mail
Christopher Wendt (EUI) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Sandra Ricker (EUI)
Christopher Wendt (EUI)

Attachment:
Martin Dusinberre & Mariko Iijima, Transplantation. Sugar and Imperial Practice in Japan's Pacific.pdf
Jana Osterkamp, Cooperative Empires.pdf

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