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Sponsored by the Thyssen Foundation, the workshop, "Global Cultural Encounters, - Between the Material and Immaterial, 1750-1950," explores our world's interconnectedness since the modern era. The workshop will take place at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
3:30–3:45 Welcome Address
Geoff Eley (University of Michigan), History Department Chair
I am looking to organize a panel for the 2018 Barcelona LASA Congress which considers the question, "is tourism colonialism?"
Of greatest interest will be carefully developed case studies featuring a clear response to the central question and series of keen observations regarding either the environmental, social and/or cultural significance of tourist centered exchange in the Americas and greater Atlantic world (past and present).
The conference aims to shed light on the ambivalent status of cities and towns as both centres for peace initiatives and protest movements as well as objects of militarisation, as potential or actual sites of wartime destruction, and as targets of nuclear attacks.
Fire and Water: Entangled Histories of Empire and Science in the Early Modern Americas
September 21-23, 2017
The John Carter Brown Library
CALL FOR PAPERS