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The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars.

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The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history

Institute of Historical Research The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history David Abulafia (Professor of Mediterraneans History, Cambridge) Cyprian Broodbank (Disney Professor of Archaeology, Cambridge) Paolo Luca Bernardini (Professor of History, Bergamo) Peregrine Horden (Professor in Medieval History, Royal Holloway) chairs the panel. Nick Purcell (Camden Professor of Ancient History, Oxford) will initiate the discussion. The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars in Global History. Global History seminar series

58 MIN2015 FEB 19
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The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history

Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions

Institute of Historical Research Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions Daniel Pick (Professor of History, Birkbeck) The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars in Global History. Global History seminar series

54 MIN2015 FEB 12
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Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions

The Ugly Renaissance

Institute of Historical Research The Ugly Renaissance Alex Lee (Warwick) Dr Lee will talk about his iconoclastic new book and set the Renaissance in global context Global History seminar series

28 MIN2013 FEB 27
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The Ugly Renaissance

Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions?

Institute of Historical Research Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions? Chris Hamlin Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Professor Hamlin, who teaches the history of science and of the environment at Notre Dame, is the author of exemplary studies of public health, including A Science of Impurity and Public Health and Social Justice in the Age of Chadwick. His latest book was Cholera: the Biography. Global History seminar series

106 MIN2011 MAR 21
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Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions?

The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s

Institute of Historical Research The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s William Clarence-Smith Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal The Professor of the Economic History of Asia and Africa has made many fundamental contributions on the history of commodities and labour, including Islam and the Abolition of Slavery and Cocoa and Chocolate. Global History seminar series

101 MIN2011 MAR 14
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The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s

The Image of the globe in the Renaissance

Institute of Historical Research The Image of the globe in the Renaissance Peter Barber Familiar to UK television audiences for his celebrated documentaries, the Head of Map Collections at the British Library is the author of Tales from the Map Room, and The Lie of the Land. The record-breaking “Magnificent Maps” was the latest of many exhibitions he organized at the Library. Global History seminar series

60 MIN2011 MAR 7
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The Image of the globe in the Renaissance

What might a global history of the 20th century look like?

Institute of Historical Research What might a global history of the 20th century look like? Angus Lockyer Dr Lockyer lectures on the history of Japan at SOAS and has written many important and provocative pieces on modern Japanese representations of art, technology and nature. Global History seminar series

41 MIN2011 FEB 28
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What might a global history of the 20th century look like?

Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence

Institute of Historical Research Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence Lucy Badalian and Victor Krivorotov Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Global History seminar series

50 MIN2011 FEB 21
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Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence

Music and Culture - a Global History

Institute of Historical Research Music and Culture - a Global History D.R.M. Irving (Christ's Coll., Cambridge) Dr Irving has been exploring the problems of writing about the music as part of cultural history in his groundbreaking book, Colonial Counterpoint, about music in the Philippines under Spanish rule, and a series of lectures at Cambridge on the globalization of music in the early modern period. Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Global History seminar series

59 MIN2010 MAR 30
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Music and Culture - a Global History

Environmental History - a Global Controversy

Institute of Historical Research Environmental History - a Global Controversy Julia Thomas (Notre Dame) Professor Thomas teaches Japanese history at the University of Notre Dame. Her book on Japanese Concepts of Nature, Reconfiguring Modernity, won the John Fairbanks Prize. She is at work on a book on the history of Japanese Photography. Global History seminar series

58 MIN2010 MAR 24
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Environmental History - a Global Controversy

Latest Episodes

The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history

Institute of Historical Research The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history David Abulafia (Professor of Mediterraneans History, Cambridge) Cyprian Broodbank (Disney Professor of Archaeology, Cambridge) Paolo Luca Bernardini (Professor of History, Bergamo) Peregrine Horden (Professor in Medieval History, Royal Holloway) chairs the panel. Nick Purcell (Camden Professor of Ancient History, Oxford) will initiate the discussion. The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars in Global History. Global History seminar series

58 MIN2015 FEB 19
Comments
The Mediterranean and Mediterraneans in global history

Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions

Institute of Historical Research Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions Daniel Pick (Professor of History, Birkbeck) The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars in Global History. Global History seminar series

54 MIN2015 FEB 12
Comments
Manchurian Candidates: Brainwashing, the Cold War, and the History of the Psy Professions

The Ugly Renaissance

Institute of Historical Research The Ugly Renaissance Alex Lee (Warwick) Dr Lee will talk about his iconoclastic new book and set the Renaissance in global context Global History seminar series

28 MIN2013 FEB 27
Comments
The Ugly Renaissance

Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions?

Institute of Historical Research Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions? Chris Hamlin Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Professor Hamlin, who teaches the history of science and of the environment at Notre Dame, is the author of exemplary studies of public health, including A Science of Impurity and Public Health and Social Justice in the Age of Chadwick. His latest book was Cholera: the Biography. Global History seminar series

106 MIN2011 MAR 21
Comments
Diseases long ago and far away: Does doctor's knowledge answer historians' questions?

The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s

Institute of Historical Research The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s William Clarence-Smith Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal The Professor of the Economic History of Asia and Africa has made many fundamental contributions on the history of commodities and labour, including Islam and the Abolition of Slavery and Cocoa and Chocolate. Global History seminar series

101 MIN2011 MAR 14
Comments
The Syrian Global Diaspora: Migrants from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan since the 1880s

The Image of the globe in the Renaissance

Institute of Historical Research The Image of the globe in the Renaissance Peter Barber Familiar to UK television audiences for his celebrated documentaries, the Head of Map Collections at the British Library is the author of Tales from the Map Room, and The Lie of the Land. The record-breaking “Magnificent Maps” was the latest of many exhibitions he organized at the Library. Global History seminar series

60 MIN2011 MAR 7
Comments
The Image of the globe in the Renaissance

What might a global history of the 20th century look like?

Institute of Historical Research What might a global history of the 20th century look like? Angus Lockyer Dr Lockyer lectures on the history of Japan at SOAS and has written many important and provocative pieces on modern Japanese representations of art, technology and nature. Global History seminar series

41 MIN2011 FEB 28
Comments
What might a global history of the 20th century look like?

Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence

Institute of Historical Research Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence Lucy Badalian and Victor Krivorotov Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Global History seminar series

50 MIN2011 FEB 21
Comments
Synchronocity in Global Development - from Divergence to Convergence

Music and Culture - a Global History

Institute of Historical Research Music and Culture - a Global History D.R.M. Irving (Christ's Coll., Cambridge) Dr Irving has been exploring the problems of writing about the music as part of cultural history in his groundbreaking book, Colonial Counterpoint, about music in the Philippines under Spanish rule, and a series of lectures at Cambridge on the globalization of music in the early modern period. Audio Quality: please note the audio quality of this particular podcast is not optimal Global History seminar series

59 MIN2010 MAR 30
Comments
Music and Culture - a Global History

Environmental History - a Global Controversy

Institute of Historical Research Environmental History - a Global Controversy Julia Thomas (Notre Dame) Professor Thomas teaches Japanese history at the University of Notre Dame. Her book on Japanese Concepts of Nature, Reconfiguring Modernity, won the John Fairbanks Prize. She is at work on a book on the history of Japanese Photography. Global History seminar series

58 MIN2010 MAR 24
Comments
Environmental History - a Global Controversy