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06
Juin.
2018

Global Europe. Connecting European History (17th to 21st Century)

Journée d’étude

Dates


06 Juin.   |   07 Juin.   |   08 Juin.

Présentation


Global Europe. Connecting European History (17th to 21st Century)
6th GRAINES summer school, Sciences Po Reims, June, 6-8 2018

Program


Wednesday, June 6th


9:15: Introduction (by Giacomo Parrinello, Jakob Vogel, Thomas Gauchet)

10:00: Coffee break

10:30: Keynote lecture by Kapil Raj (EHESS, Paris)
"Europeans, Asians, Alcoholics, Dogs… : Making Sense of Difference in Calcutta in the 18th Century

12:30: Buffet

14:00: Atelier by Bernhard Struck and Matt Ylitalo (St. Andrews)
Europe from the Sea: Tracing Direct Relations - Connecting Distant Themes, c. 1760-1900

15:30: Coffee break

16:00: PhD-student presentations (5-7 minutes each) and discussion (Martin Lengwiler, Univ. Basel)

19:00: Dinner at Le petit comptoir


Thursday, June 7th


9:00: Keynote lecture by Marketa Křížová (Univ Prague)
American mission and European reform: The case study of the impact of the discovery of American upon the European mind

10:00 / 10:30: Coffee break

10:30: PhD-student presentations (5-7 minutes each) and discussion (Jan Koura, Univ. Prague)

13:00: Buffet

14:00: Atelier by Ulrike Lindner and Alexander van Wickeren (Univ Köln)
Towards "Eurafrica"? European Colonial and Transnational Connections with Africa 1880-1970

16:00: Coffee break

16:30: Atelier by Matthias Kaltenbrunner (Univ. Wien)
"The globally connected village: a new (old) approach to migration history"

19:00: Buffet

19:30: Doctoral writing workshop by Bernard Struck (Univ. St. Andrews)


Friday, June 8th


9:00: PhD-student presentations (5-7 minutes each) and discussion (Jakob Vogel, Sciences Po Paris)

10:00: Coffee break

10:30: Keynote lecture by Natalie Scholz (Univ. Amsterdam) –
“(De-)Historicing Timeless Modernity. Modern design, the Nazi past and the creation of the postwar West"

12:30: Lunch

14:00: Atelier by Giacomo Parrinello (Sciences Po Paris)
"Writing the Environmental History of Europe: Global and Transnational Approaches

15:30: Closing discussion

16:00: Farewell address and end of the summer school
 

Document(s) à télécharger

programme.pdf