ANN: Past Imperfect podcast series

I am delighted to announce Past Imperfect, a podcast series looking at the history of India and the world. This series examines new scholarship on Indian history as well as works of global history which speak to all things subcontinental. The first episode of Past Imperfect -- where I speak with Ramachandra Guha about his latest book, Rebels Against the Raj, and the challenges of Indian biography -- is available here:

https://soundcloud.com/spjimrpodcast/episode-1-past-imperfect

Past Imperfect podcast series

I am delighted to announce Past Imperfect, a podcast series looking at the history of India and the world. This series examines new scholarship on Indian history as well as works of global history which speak to all things subcontinental. The first episode of Past Imperfect -- where I speak with Ramachandra Guha about his latest book, Rebels Against the Raj, and the challenges of Indian biography -- is available here:

https://soundcloud.com/spjimrpodcast/episode-1-past-imperfect

ACHA Native American Boarding Schools Grant Call for Participants

The ACHA recently announced the award of a $75,000 grant furnished by the American Historical Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities (https://achahistory.org/2022/04/07/acha-receives-neh-sharp-grant-for-native-boarding-schools-historical-research-and-catholic-archives/).

Displacement and Belonging: Lessons from the Indian Ocean and Beyond/ Circulations et appartenances: leçons de l’océan Indien et au-dela

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
May 5, 2022 to May 6, 2022

14th ISHORE Webinar | Dr. Ophira Gamliel: "The Lost Jew Town of Kochi" | 6.30pm IST, 26 April 2022

The Institute for Social Sciences, Humanities and Oceanic Research (I-SHORE), Kerala, India, is happy to invite you to the fourteenth session of its webinar series "Confluences 2022". This session would be led by Dr. Ophira Gamliel Jammal (School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) together with Meydad Eliyahu Kallingal (Jerusalem), Yehoshua Eliyahu Palliparambil (Haifa) and Orna Eliyahu Oron (Seattle).

Online Lecture: The Asian Cocaine Crisis: A story of pharmaceutical companies, psychoactive consumers, and out-of-control colonizers, c. 1885-1911

The Center for Asia Pacific Studies at the University of San Francisco welcomes Professor James H. Mills to discuss his research on the Asian Cocaine Crisis, c. 1885-1911. 

James H. Mills, Professor, Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH) Glasgow, University of Strathclyde

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 

5:30-6:45 pm PT

Hybrid (Online, Zoom; In-person, Fromm Hall, Maier Room 110)

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