We are excited to welcome you to the Spring 2023 events of the Columbia International History Workshop. We will meet on Wednesdays from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM (EST), in Room #513, Fayerweather Hall unless noted otherwise. (Note that our meeting time has changed!)
If you would like to attend, kindly RSVP by filling out this form. You will receive a confirmation message with the paper attached. In accordance with Columbia’s covid-19 policy, all visitors must meet vaccine requirements (i.e., to have the first course of vaccination) and provide evidence to the event organizers.
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Our next meeting of the term will be with Isaac Nakhimovsky (Yale University) on Wednesday, February 1st, from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM. The papers are Introduction: The Holy Alliance Question and Conclusion: New Holy Alliances; the papers are chapters of Isaac’s book project titled, Holy Alliance: The Liberal Idea of a Federal Europe.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop! With all best wishes,
Seokju, Janina, and Ifadha
|Jan. 25||2PM||Gretchen Heefner (Northeastern)||“Fat Men Need More Water than Thin Men” and Other Lessons from Wartime Desert Training|
|Feb. 1||2PM||Isaac Nakhimovsky (Yale)||Holy Alliance: The Liberal Idea of a Federal Europe, Introduction & Conclusion|
|Feb. 8||2PM||Shobana Shankar (Stony Brook)||Madras Cloth to Megachurches: World-Making between West Africa and India|
|Feb. 15||2PM||Samia Khatun (SOAS)||What is Nur? Rethinking Histories of the Cotton Industry in Colonial Bengal|
|Feb. 22||2PM||Laura Yan (Columbia)||“For the Sake of Racial Emancipation”: Port Workers’ Boycotts and Strikes in Singapore, 1938-1948.|
|Mar. 1||2PM||Ariel Ron (SMU)||Toward a History of the Associative-Developmental State|
|Mar. 8||2PM||Samin Rashidbeigi (Princeton)||The Blood-seller and His Necessary Body|
|Mar. 15||Spring Break|
|Mar. 22||No Meeting|
|Mar. 29||2PM||Maya Mikdashi (Rutgers)||TBD|
|Apr. 5||2PM||Iain McDaniel (Sussex)||Democracy, Caesarism and the History of Humanity: G. F. Kolb and the Politics of Nineteenth-Century Cultural History|
|Apr. 12||2PM||Fahad Bishara (UVA)||TBD
|Apr. 19||2PM||Julia Martinez (Woollongong)||Ongoing Chinese Indenture After 1920: The Case of Nauru under Australian Administration|
|Apr. 26||2PM||Joseph Leidy (Brown)||Populists and Protestants: Sectarianism from the Middle in Late Ottoman Syria|
Thanks to our sponsors:
The Center for International History and The Department of History.