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Month: March 2017

IWM Monthly Lecture: Air Conditioning. A Cultural History of Climate Control

The monthly lecture at the IWM (Institute for Human Sciences) in April is held by Eva Horn on “Air Conditioning. A Cultural History of Climate Control”. When: Monday, 24 April 2017, 6:00pm-7.30pm. Where: IWM Library, Spittelauer Lände 3, 1010 Wien. Registration Required!

For further information and access to the online registration form see website.

For other upcoming IWM events see IWM events.

A New Contribution to the Great Divergence Debate

A new important contribution to the Great Divergence Debate has just been published by Brill: Kaveh Yazdani, India, Modernity and the Great Divergence. Mysore and Guarat (17th to 19th C.). Yazdani is currently Postdoc Fellow at the Center for Indian Studies in Africa (CISA) in Johennesburg. For further information on the publication click here.

Abschied von Mag. Christoph Mertl (1968-2017)

Am Donnerstag, den 16. März 2017, ist Mag. Christoph Mertl, im 49. Lebensjahr, nach langer Krankheit friedlich von uns gegangen. Der FSP Globalgeschichte trauert mit seinen Angehörigen um einen geselligen, hilfsbereiten und engagierten Freund und Kollegen, dessen Ableben eine große Lücke hinterlässt.

Einen Nachruf auf Mag. Christoph Mertl finden Sie hier.

Einladung 9. Workshop Internationale Geschichte – Vertrauen in den internationalen Beziehungen

Am Dienstag den 4. April 2017 findet der 9. Workshop Internationale Geschichte,  zum Thema Vertrauen in den internationalen Beziehungen, moderiert von Dorothea Nolde, statt. Wo: Universität Wien, Hauptgebäude, Tiefparterre, USI 2 (kleiner Hörsaal), Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien. Wann: Dienstag 4. April 2017, 9:00-13:00.

Anmeldung erforderlich bis 27.3.2017, unter

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.

New publication: Centers and Peripheries Revisited

Klemens Kaps and Andrea Komlosy (edd.), Centers and Peripheries Revisited: Polycentric Connections or Entangled Hierarchies? Review (Fernand Braudel Center), Special Issue XXXVI, 3-4 (2013) Binghamton, NY 2016.

This special issue is the result of a session held on the ENIUGH congress in Paris, in September 2014. The issue consists of four articles and an introductory essay and addresses a critical revision of world system analysis and the center-periphery concept in particular, exploring possible bridges with the postcolonial approach and pleading for a more concise regional differentiation as well as for temporal and spatial dynamics. In the context of these considerations and reflections, the special issue aims to present case studies over a wide temporal and spatial range, reaching from the Middle Ages to the early 21st century, encompassing Eurasia, Latin America, China and Central Europe.

To download the table of contents and the introductory essay by Klemens Kaps and Andrea Komlosy, see PDF.

For further information about the journal Review see homepage.

Ringvorlesung Internationale Entwicklung im historischen Kontext

Arno Sonderegger veranstaltet im Sommersemester 2017 eine Ringvorlesung zum Thema Internationale Entwicklung im historischen Kontext. Beginn am Mittwoch den 15. März 2017, 13.15-14.45 im HS A am Uni Campus. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.

To be Global in Vienna

The Forschungsschwerpunkt Global History invites all members and all people interested in its work to attend a workshop on April 26 from 4pm to 8pm. For more details see PDF.

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