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GHC Summer School, Berlin
3-10 September 2017

  • Christoph Plath (Freie Universität), Reframing Human Rights. Collective Rights, the New Economic Order and the Legacy of Third-Worldism
  • Devika Shankar (Princeton University), Slippery Sovereignties: The Princely States of Malabar and the Development of British Cochin, 1800-1920
  • Disha Karnad Jani (Princeton University), “A People Gets the Kind of Leader It Deserves”: M.N. Roy and the Problem of Freedom
  • Eléonore Chanlat-Bernard (EHESS), An Imperial History of Welfare between Britain and Colonial India (c.1870s-1940s)
  • Fabian Steininger (Freie Universität), Mass Violence against Istanbul Armenians in August 1896
  • Federico Del Giudice (EHESS), Migration, Labour and Welfare: The Case of the Italian Workforce in France During the Interwar Period
  • Mengfei Pan (University of Tokyo), The Meiji “Art” that Crossed Boundaries: A Study of Asahi Gyokuzan’s Life and Works
  • Pablo Pryluka (Princeton University), Consumption and Advertising: A Genealogy of Anti-Consumerism in Argentina from a Global Perspective
  • Rob Konkel (Princeton University), Creating a Global Economy: (Un-)Cooperative Internationalism, Technocratic Global Capitalism, and the Making of the Modern World, 1919-1939
  • Shohei Okubo (University of Tokyo), The Trade, Distribution and Consumption of South Asian Products in the Eighteenth Century Malay-Indonesian Archipelego
  • Susanne A. Schmidt (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin), The Midlife Crisis, Gender, and Social Sciences in the United States, 1970-90
  • Yaruipam Muivah (EHESS), Servitude and Abolition in Colonial North-East India, 1881-1930
  • Yorim Spoelder (Freie Universität), Staging the Nation Beyond the Raj: Visions of Greater India, the Discourse of Civilization and Nationalist Imagination (1905-1964)
  • Yufei Zhou (Osaka University), Imagining the Self with the Other’s Voices: Karl August Wittfogel and East Asia
  • Yuki Terada (University of Tokyo), The Establishment and Evolution of Museums in Iran

GHC Summer School, Princeton University
9-14 May 2016

  • Abigail Kret (Princeton University), Rethinking Development for a New Decade: The Ford Foundation in Chile, 1969-1980
  • Aenne Oetjen (Freie Universität), Locating world health: The League of Nations’ Far Eastern Bureau and the development of regional health politics
  • Benjamin Sacks (Princeton University), Urban Espionage: Spying, Copying, and Borrowing Colonial Cities, 1704-1731
  • Dongxiang Xu (EHESS), Asia is one – Pan-Asianism in two Chinese and Japanese intellectual groups of ‘national essence’
  • Emily Rile (Princeton University),  Intra-European Cooperation on Foreign Aid: The OEEC, Marshall Plan, and ‘Post-war Europe’
  • Fidel Tavarez (Princeton University), The Spanish Theory of Commercial Empire, c. 1740-1762
  • Hiroshi Fujimoto (University of Tokyo), The History of American Medical Missions in Modern Japan, 1859–1945
  • Jan Severin (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin), Male Same-Sex Desire and Masculinity in Colonial German Southwest Africa
  • Marvin Menniken (Freie Universität), Between Conservatism, Cold War and Counterculture – The American Legion in California, 1950 – 1980
  • Maxence Klein (EHESS), Berlin Seeks Jerusalem: Culture, Secession and Identity in the Jewish Zionist Youth Group Jung Juda (1912-1917)
  • Merisa Harada (University of Tokyo), Modern Sino-French Diplomacy over the Interests in South China in Relation to the Formation of French Indochina
  • Natalie Pashkeeva (EHESS), Writing of « global » and of « national » histories of the Young Men’s Christian Associations from the third quarter of the nineteenth century and in the twentieth century
  • Oury Goldman (EHESS), Grasping the World: Printers, booksellers and translators as agents of global knowledge in sixteenth century France
  • Susanne Schmidt (Cambridge University), Possible histories of the midlife crisis: New York, Hamburg, Mumbai
  • Tsuyoshi Kamimur (University of Tokyo), Mutual connection between East India and North America, especially Quebec in the 1770s

GHC Summer School, Tokyo University
7-12 September 2015

  • Emily Kern (Princeton University), Evolution’s Footprints: Transnational Science, Human Identity, and the Emergence of Global Research Networks in Twentieth Century Biology
  • Fabian Krautwald (Freie Universität), Colonialism, Revolution, and the Scaling of History—The German Colonial Society 1918–1919
  • Fabian Steininger (Freie Universität), The Nation Forms: A Study of Conceptual Change in the Late Ottoman Empire
  • Gabriela Goldin Marcovich (EHESS), A Collective Biography of New Spain’s Lettered City in the 18th Century: Some Reflections on the Use of Scale Variations in a Transnational Context
  • Hiroshi Emoto (University of Tokyo), The Reception History of John Ruskin: Towards a Global History of Modern Architectural Thought
  • Jiyoon Kim (University of Tokyo), Overseas/Foreign Travel Experience and Korea’s Globalism in the 1980s
  • Karina Kriegesmann (Freie Universität), Dangerous Fears: Brazilian Media and the Emotionalization of the Public, 1917–1930
  • Kotaro Fukuhara (Univeristy of Tokyo), Factors of the Development of Rice Farming in High Latitudes: An Example from Northeastern China
  • Leonard von Galen (Freie Universität), “(…) they were like kings” Indian Merchants in the Sultanate Zanzibar and Oman (1840–1856)
  • Mandkhai Lkhagvasuren (University of Tokyo), Reexamination of Mongol Administration: The Case of Bitigchis
  • Sakiko Nakao (EHESS), Defining “Africa”: the Pan-African Struggles of the Young Elites during the Decolonization in West Africa (1945–1962)
  • Sarah Abel (EHESS), Assessing the Social Limits of Genetic Identities: A Study of DNA ‘Ancestry’ Testing Practices in the US and Brazil
  • Shiyuo Katakura (University of Tokyo), Institutional Changes of Major Port Cities in the Nineteenth-Century Western Indian Ocean: Overlapping Empires and Merchant Networks
  • Yongchao Cheng (Nagoya University), Role and Contribution of Joseon Embassies to Tokugawa Japan and Imperial China
  • Yuki Terada (University of Tokyo), Global History through the Medium of Museums: The Establishment and Evolution of Museums in Iran
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