General Interest and Co-sponsored GIGH Events
2012-13 Seminar Schedule
18 Sep 2012, Benjamin Zeimann, University of Sheffield, UK
"Weimar Germany's Republican War Veterans and Their French Counterparts, 1918-1933"
ICC 662, 3 pm. Co-sponsored by GIGH and BMW Center for German and European Studies.
14 January 2013, Bruce M. Campbell, Queens University Belfast
"The great transition: climate, disease and society in the 13th and 14th centuries"
Mortara Center, 36th and N Sts NW, 5:00 pm Co-sponsored by STIA and Medieval Studies
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
February 21-23 2013 Cultures of Violence Workshop
26 February 2013 Gabriel Gorodetsky, Quondam Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford University, and Incumbent of Rubin Chair for Russian Stidues, Tel Aviv University, "The Dramatis Personae behind the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact", co-sponsored with Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, McGhee Library ICC, 5 pm
28 February 2013 Professor Nara Milanich of Barnard College, "The Global History of the Paternity Test", 4 pm, ICC 662.
15 March 2013 Asserting Indigenity, Becoming Indigenous: a conference sponsored by Americas Initiative Program, 9:30 am -7 pm, Copley Formal Lounge
11 April 2013, Kristina Spohr, Sr Lecturer in International History, London School of Economics and Political Science,"'The NATO Enlargement Question' in German Unification Diplomacy and its Consequences for the post-Cold War European Security Architecture", Co-sponsored with BMW Center for German and European Studies
4 pm ICC 662
23-24 June 2011 Bloody Days: Massacres in Comparative Perspective, in co-sponsorship with the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the McNeil Center for Early American Studies
23 Sep 2011 Rogerio Souza and Friends, a presentation of Brazilian music, co-sponsored with Brazilian Studies
29 Sep 2011 James Walvin, Professor Emeritus, Department of History, Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies, The University of York discussing his newly published The Zong: A Massacre, The Law, and the End of Slavery
Co-sponsored by Georgetown Institute for Global History, GU African American Studies Program, and Howard University History Department
20 Jan 2012 Robin Becker Dance, presenting Into Sunlight, inspired by the David Maraniss book They Marched Into Sunlight. Presented and co-sponsored by Department of Performing Arts, with co-sponsorship by Institute for Global History, Americas Initiative, American Studies Program, Mortara Center for International Studies, Justice and Peace Studies Program, Veterans Advantage, and a generous private and anonymous donation.
1 Mar 2012 Robert Gerwarth, discussing his recently published Hitler's Hangman: The Life of Heydrich.
15 Feb 2012 Re-Thinking Brazil, a one-day conference co-sponsored by Center for Latin American Studies, Institute for Global History, and Americas Initiative
30 March 2012 Alternatives to the Nation: Cuba and the Andes in the Era of Independence, 1760-1860
co-sponsored with Americas Initiative and the Center for Latin American Studies
3 Apr 2012 Mark Fiege presenting his newly published The Republic of Nature: An Environmental History of the United States,
co-sponsored with the Center for the Environment and the Center for Science Technology and International Affairs
- There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.