Harvard International and Global History Seminar

This seminar is open to the public.

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The Harvard International and Global History Seminar serves as a forum for lectures and workshops presenting cutting-edge work in the fields of international and global history. Presenters, who come from both within and outside Harvard, offer papers that focus on relationships, connections, transfers, and movements between nations or regions of the world, and often employ comparative and/or connective analytical frameworks that cross traditional historiographical boundaries. In 2013–2014, the seminar is chaired by David Armitage, Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, and Erez Manela, professor of history. It typically meets on Wednesday afternoons in Room S050 in the CGIS South Building, 1730 Cambridge Street.

Chairs

Erez Manela

Director, Graduate Student Programs; Director, Program on Global Society and Security; Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Professor of History, Department of History, Harvard University.

David R. Armitage

Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Department of History, Harvard University.

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See also: Open Seminars