Tentatively titled, “Transnational Actors in a Gendered Anglo-World,” our panel seeks to elucidate women’s activism in the transnational space of the Anglo-World. Drawing from James Belich’s identification of an “Anglo-World” created by British settler-colonialism, presenters will explore how women acted as transnational arbiters of causes as diverse as nineteenth-century evangelism through preaching, and colonial women’s espousal of national identities through international feminism during the interwar.
Fifth Annual Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at the Pacific Regional Office of the GHI in Berkeley (OCT 18, 2021 - OCT 21, 2021)
Conveners: Franziska Exeler (Department of History, Free University Berlin; Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge) and Sören Urbansky (Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington, Berkeley)
History of Art at the University of Edinburgh is launching an exciting new Masters in Global Premodern Art: History, Heritage and Curation. You will be taught by internationally renowned experts in medieval, renaissance and early modern art history at a world top 20 university:
I am happy to continue our series on transnational research. If you are interested in contributing to this blog, click here. Vera Blinn Reber (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison), taught for 38 years at Shippensburg University and is now Professor Emerita. She is author of British Mercantile Houses in Buenos Aires, 1810-1880 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979) and over twenty-five articles.
Herbs and Roots: A History of Chinese Medicine in the United States - hosted by the Long US-China Institute at UC Irvine
Monday, February 8
4:30-5:30pm PST via Zoom
Happy 2021, H-LatAmist@s! If you have not seen Research Corner’s end-of-year review, please check it out. I’ve got an interesting set of posts lined up for you for the next few months, but I could use more contributions.