GHILSeminar Lecture Series
Autumn Term 2019
15 October 5.30pm
F. Benjamin Schenk (Basle)’Hubs of Global Migration’: Organising Transcontinental Flows of People in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century chaired by Andy Willimott (London)
29 October 5.30pm
Sarah Stockewell (London)’Losing an Empire, winning friends’? Sandhurst, Military Assistance, and British Decolonization
5 November 5.30pm
Jochen Johrendt (Wuppertal) Prester John and his Letter between Intellectual Joke and Contemporary Criticism
13 November 5.30pm
Ulrike Jureit (Hamburg)Chronicle of an Announced Death: Affiliation, Violence, and the Appropriation of Urban Space in Provincial Germany, 1934 in cooperation with the Faculty of History, University of Oxford
19 November 5.30pm
Mark Knights (Warwick)Corruption and the Invention of Public Office in Britain and Its Empire 1600-1850
Tea is available from 5pm in the Common Room and wine is served after the seminars.
No registration is necessary.
Location: German Historical Institute, 17 Bloomsbury Square, London, Holborn WC1A 2NJ
For more information see: http://www.ghil.ac.uk