International & Global History Seminar
Time: Wednesdays, 4:00-6:00 p.m., unless otherwise indicated.
Location: All sessions will be held in the Basement Seminar Room, in Robinson Hall.
Emma Rothschild (King's College, Cambridge and Harvard University)
"Anxiety and Colonial Administration in Eighteenth-Century France"
KC Johnson (Brooklyn College)
"Congress and the Cold War, 1947-1987"
* Co-sponsored by the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
C.A. Bayly (University of Cambridge)
"European Thought and the Wider World in the Nineteenth Century: A Provisional Agenda"
Evan Dawley (Harvard University)
"Constructing Identities in a Colonial and Post-Colonial Taiwanese City, 1895-1948"
February 8 (CGIS)
Niall Ferguson (Harvard University)
"The War of the World: Rethinking Global Conflict in the Twentieth Century"
March 8 (CGIS)
Michael Auslin (Yale University)
"Cultural Exchange and the Cosmopolitan Impulse: Mapping the U.S.-Japan Relationship"
April 12 (BSR)
Lauren Benton (New York University)
"Landlocked: The Legal Puzzles of Quasi-Sovereign Colonial Enclaves"
Thursday, April 20 (BSR), 12:00-2:00
Andrew Preston (University of Victoria/Yale University)
"The War Council: McGeorge Bundy, the NSC, and Vietnam"
* Co-Sponsored by the Charles Warren Center's Kohn Family Fund in U.S. Military and Security History
May 3 (CGIS)
Rachel St. John (Harvard University)
"Between Nations: American Landowners and the Politics of Corporate Citizenship on the U.S.-Mexico Border"