Colonial / Postcolonial New Researchers Workshop

Colonial / Postcolonial New Researchers Workshop

The Colonial / Postcolonial New Researchers Workshop is an informal forum for postgraduates and new researchers to meet and present finished pieces or works in progress on any aspect of colonial or postcolonial history. The workshop features papers that address specific methodological, interdisciplinary or theoretical concerns as well as colonial/postcolonial case studies from throughout the world. The workshop draws an audience from scholars at different stages of their research.

To be added to the mailing list, or for any enquiries, please email: cpnewresearchers@gmail.com
Link: https://www.history.ac.uk/events/seminar/imperial-world-history-colonial-postcolonial-new-researchers-workshop

Colonial / Postcolonial New Researchers Workshop – Spring Term 2019

Please note that because of the boycott campaign against Senate House, the workshop is not currently being held at the IHR. Venues will be confirmed closer to the date.

 28 January – 6pm – KCL S8.08

Left-wing British Euroscepticism; Opposing A New European Empire Or Just Nationalistic? – Joshua Hockley-Still (Exeter)

11 February – 5.45pm

Colonial/Postcolonial New Researchers’ Workshop 2 paper session

“A Mandate to Protect: Imperial Encounters and Affective Ideologies between France and Lebanon, 1860-1931”— John Boonstra (University of Wisconsin-Madison),

“The Island of Thieves”: Rethinking Empire and the United States in the South Pacific – Alessio Dominic (Richmond University)

25 February – 5.45pm

Colonial/Postcolonial New Researchers’ Workshop 2 paper session

Shaping Partnerships in Universities How did the degrees of the University of London function in the colonial universities? – Dongkyung Shin (King’s College London),

Unobvious but attractive: Hong Kong-Commonwealth relations, 1960s-1980s – Yui Chim Lo (University of Cambridge)

11 March – 5.45pm

Strategies for the reproduction of landed power in Western Punjab (1947—1977) – Mazhar Abbas (College of Liberal Arts, Shanghai University)

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