SEMINARS IN THE HISTORY OF EMPIRES

Doctoral Program in Global History of Empires
Doctoral Program in Archeology, History and Art History
SEMINARS IN THE HISTORY OF EMPIRES
in collaboration with the
Framing, Ruling, Transforming Spaces
February 10, 4-6 pm
A Making of Translocal Spaces through Musicking: African
Creative Diaspora in São Paulo
Rose Satiko Gitirana Hikiji | Universidade de São Paulo
Jasper Chalcraft European | University Institute
Discussant: Elisa Bignante
February 20, 4-6 pm
Emperors in Exile: Global Royals in London in 1824 and the
Ridiculousness of Those Who Rule
Karen Racine | University of Guelph
Discussant: Maria Matilde Benzoni
February 27, 4-6 pm
Soviet Materiality, Consumption, Technological Innovations,
and the Cold War
Elena Kochetkova | HSE St Petersburg
Discussant: Barbara Curli
March 5, 4-6 pm
Controlling Transregional and Global Flows by Spatial
Formats. Late 18th Century to the Present
Mathias Middell | University of Leipzig
Discussant: Edoardo Tortarolo
March 9, 4-6 pm
Catholic Republicanism: Modern Republican Experiences in
the Iberian Atlantic
Gabriel Entin | Universidad de Chile/Conicet
Discussant: Franco Motta
March 12, 4-6 pm
Spaces of Nationhood, Spaces of Empire: Friedrich Ratzel and
the Ambivalence of Lebensraum
Mark Bassin | Södertörn University-Upssala University
Discussant: Maria Luisa Sturani
March 19, 4-6 pm
Justice, Space, and Otherness in Late Imperial Russia
Tatiana Borisova | HSE St Petersburg
Discussant: Federica Morelli
March 26, 4-6 pm
From Steppe to Sown – creating a Russian Settler Colony in
Semirech’e, 1854 – 1916
Alexander Morrison | Oxford University
Discussant: Alberto Masoero
April 2, 5-7 pm
Conceptions of Space in Ottoman Cities: Governance and
Practices
Nora Lafi Leibniz | Zentrum Moderner Orient
Discussant: Tommaso Bobbio
April 16, 4-6 pm
Erased. The Untold History of the Panama Canal
Marixa Lasso | Ministerio de Cultura de Panamá
Discussant: Marco Mariano
April 23, 4-6 pm
It takes two to Tango: Rethinking Enlightenment and
Decolonization
Mark Thurner |University of London
Discussant: Roberto Beneduce
April 30, 4-6 pm
A De-Territorialized Empire? U.S. Global Hegemony post
1970s
Mario del Pero | SciencesPo, Paris
Discussant: David Elwood
May 7, 4-6 pm
Overlapping Empires in the Chinese-Russian Borderlands:
Opium Trade, Migrations, and Violence, 1890s-1930s
Niccolò Pianciola | Lignan University, Hong Kong
Discussant: Guido Abbattista
May 14, 4-6 pm
From Company to Colonial Government: the Transforming
of German New Guinea
Felicity Jensz | Münster University
Discussant: Patricia Chiantera
May 21, 4-6 pm
The Material Turn in Early Modern Global History: Beyond
Connections
Giorgio Riello | EUI, Firenze
Discussant: Lorenzo Kamel
VENUE
Campus Luigi Einaudi
Room 3D233 | Lungo Dora Siena 100 – Torino
INFORMATION
marco.mariano@unito.it; alberto.masoero@unito.it;
federica.morelli@unito.it

Author: Max

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