SEMINARS IN THE HISTORY OF EMPIRES

Doctoral Program in Global History of Empires
in collaboration with the Doctoral Program in Archeology, History, and Art History
February 20, 4–6 pm,
Fondazione L. Einaudi
Greeting remarks: Franca Roncarolo, Director of the Department of Cultures, Politics, Society; Gianluca Cuniberti, Director of the Department of Historical Studies; Federica Morelli, Coordinator of the Doctoral program in Global history of Empires;

Icarian Flights in Historical Approaches to Empire
Alexander Semyonov, Higher School of Economics St. Petersburg
Discussant: Edoardo Tortarolo
February 28, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
The Greatest Emancipator: Abolition and Empire in Tsarist Russia
Willard Sunderland, University of Cincinnati
Discussant: Alexander Semyonov
March 7, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
Why Sharia Matters: Writing Islamic Law into Imperial and Global History
Paolo Sartori, Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna
Discussants: Roberta Alu , Alberto Masoero
March 14, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
Imperial Legacies. Russia since 1991
Martin Aust, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Discussant: Alberto Masoero
March 21, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D440
18th-Century Russian “Imperial” Foreign Policy Reinterpreted
Aleksandr Kamenskii, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Discussant: Guido Abbattista
March 25, 2–4 pm, CLE 3D233
What about Politics in a World of Empires?
Jean-Frédéric Schaub, EHESS, Paris
Discussant: Giovanni Borgognone
April 4, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
Colonial Liberalism? The Birth of the Social Sciences in Brazil
Ian Merkel, Cornell University, Ithaca
Discussant: So a Venturoli
April 11, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
What the Habsburg Monarchy tells us about Empire
Pieter M. Judson, European University Institute, Firenze
Discussant: Guido Franzinetti
May 6, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
Deconstructing Customary Law Justice in Russia’s Caucasus and Dutch East-Indies
Vladimir Bobrovnikov, Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Discussants: Domenico Francavilla, Alberto Masoero
May 9, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
The American Civil War and the Retreat of European Empires
Don H.Doyle, University of South Carolina
Discussant: Marco Mariano
May 16, 4–6 pm, CLE 3D233
Algeria, Decolonization and the New Radical Left
Andrea Brazzoduro, Oxford University
Discussant: Barbara Curli
May 22, 5–7 pm, Fondazione L. Einaudi
Citizenship beyond the Nation: Eurasian and Eurafrican Histories
Fredrick Cooper, New York University
Jane Burbank, New York University
Discussants: Alberto Masoero, Federica Morelli
WITH THE FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TURIN
FONDAZIONE L. EINAUDI
VIA PRINCIPE AMEDEO, 34
CLE, CAMPUS LUIGI EINAUDI
LUNGODORA SIENA 100

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