Workshops and Events - Autumn 2019
All events will be scheduled: Mondays 13:00-15:00 in the Old Seminar Room, 71 South Street
Reading Group – Fabian, Johannes. Time and the Other: How Anthropology Makes Its Object. Columbia University Press, 1983. Opens with comments from Konrad Lawson
Mapping for Historians – Skills workshop “Introduction to QGIS for Historians” Registration required: https://bit.ly/2yKsOnQ
Reading Group – Moyn, Samuel, and Andrew Sartori. Global Intellectual History. Columbia University Press, 2013. Opens with comments from Milinda Banerjee
Mapping for Historians – Skills workshop “Georeferencing and Digitizing Historical Maps” Registration required: https://bit.ly/2yKsOnQ
Manuscript Workshop – “Introduction” to Doing Spatial History with Riccardo Bavaj, Bernhard Struck, and Konrad Lawson
Visiting Speaker Brown Bag Lunch – Visiting speaker Adam Bronson (Durham) will lead an open discussion with students and staff on research around concepts in motion or in translation.
Manuscript Workshop – We will discuss work shared by our PhD student Per Rolandsson.
Late Modern History Seminar – Our slot and location will be used by the seminar series: Christa Wirth (Agder) - A Chicago Anthropologist at the Nexus of the Cold War and Decolonisation in the Philippines
Mapping Workshop – Sarah Frank will be sharing selected chapters from her book manuscript.
Visiting Speaker Brown Bag Lunch – Visiting speaker Jennifer Altehenger (Oxford) will join us for a discussion with staff and students about her research.
If you are not affiliated with the ITSH and wish to attend any of the reading workshops or manuscript workshops, please get in touch with Konrad Lawson (kml8) in order to receive readings and manuscripts before our event.