The Weatherhead Initiative on Global History (WIGH)/Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations promotes global history as a critical humanistic enterprise in today’s world of coexisting and contending cultures through research, writing, teaching, and international exchange. By partnering with institutions around the world, we have created a new kind of network that embeds global history in global conversations.
4/19/2021 3:45pm to 5:45pm
WIGH Fellows Presentation: Michael Borsk, "From the Ground Up: Mapping an Approach to Property Formation in Settler Colonies"4/22/2021 2:00pm to 3:00pm
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- If you couldn't join us for the first session of our seminar with @Sven_Beckert, @zeithistoriker, & @ntinatzouvala on Capitalism and International Law, you may find the recording here: t.co/csO2DnhIM7… Thanks to @SophieSchoepfel, @IHEID, @IHEID_Law, & @GlobHistHarvard
- 4/19-The 2020-21 History of Global Capitalism seminar concludes with student presentations: Marten Dondorp on Trans-imperial Plantation Politics & the Creation of the 2nd Slavery and Ziwei Zhang on Quantifying Rural Surplus Labor in China. t.co/NbEl1sVs3V
- New article by @GlobHistHarvard Fellow @ga_thomps argues that global history provides a way to understand the powerful forces currently reshaping the international system—especially when it comes to US-China relations in the wake of COVID-19. t.co/qDKDIkhbMh t.co/T9yx3FtXIi