LSE-Sciences Po International History Seminar

Domaine Souverainetés | États, empires, relations internationales
  • Sochurek Howard. "Nixon Kitchen Debate", July 25, 1959, LIFE Photo © Time Inc.Sochurek Howard. "Nixon Kitchen Debate", July 25, 1959, LIFE Photo © Time Inc.

Calendrier 2021-2022

13 October 2021 - Nationalist and Communist Internationalism in Asia
Time: 17:00 – 19:00 / Hybrid Session, Salle du Traité, Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po
India's Communist Student Internationalism, 1936-1955 - Thomas Wilkinson, LSE Nationalism and Alternatives: China and Asia in the 1940s  - Yui Chim Lo, University of Oxford
Chair: Tom Meinderts ; Discussant: TBA

27 October 2021 - European Transnational Communities and Borders Control
Time: 17:00 – 19:00 / Hybrid Session, Salle du Traité, Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po
Crossing Germany: Eastern European Transmigrants and State Surveillance, 1880-1924 - Allison Schmidt, University of PennsylvaniaThe invention of "Alpen-Adria". Processes of Region-Building in Sensitive Border Areas (1945-2005)  - Alessandro Ambrosino, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva Chair: Mario Del Pero ; Discussant: TBA 

24 November 2021 (Joint London-Paris Session)
Time: 17:00 – 19:00 / Online Session
Occupied Istanbul as a Cominternian Hub: Sailors, Soldiers, and PostImperial Networks, 1918-1923 Burak Sayim, Graduate Institute of International Development Studies. Geneva Chair: Mario Del Pero; Discussant: Orçun Okan, Scuola Superiore Meridionale, Naples)

15 December 2021 - Covering and Uncovering (Neo)Imperial Conducts
Time: 17:00 – 19:00 / Online Session
Internationalizing French Frames of Late Colonial Algeria: Threatened Eurafrican Pivot, Beleaguered Mediterranean Center, and Settler Colony Nolens Volens Cyrus Schayegh, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva A cold War Charge of Genocide: The Russell Tribunal of 1967 and the New Left's Attempts at Retheorization Charlotte Anne Kiechel, Yale University
Chair: Stefano Chessa Altieri, Discussant: TBA

26 January 2022 - The United States and Illiberal Internationalism
Time: 17:00 – 18:45/19:00 / Online Session
Towards an Anticommunist Definition of Human Rights: Latin American Influence on Ronald Reagan's 1980 Campaign  Molly Avery, LSESupport for Autocracy in Liberal International Order  Matias Spektor (FGV)
Discussant: Andrew Preston (University of Cambridge)

9 February 2022 - Media Narratives and International Crises Register
Time: 10:00-12:00 / Online Session
From Anti-Imperialism to Multiculturalism: (Post-) Migrant Media in Postcolonial France Christian Jacobs, Freie Universität Berlin Pakistan and the Afghan-Soviet War: An Analysis of the Media Discourse  Zahib Shahab Ahmed (Deakin University)

16 March 2022 - Global Fascism
Time: 17:00 – 18:45/19:00 / Online Session
Fascist Coffee, Imperial Bananas: Food in Italian East Africa Simone Cinotto (Università di Scienze Gastronomiche)
Discussant: David Motadel (LSE)

30 March 2022 - Transnational Comparative Approaches to Education during the Cold War
Time: 17:00 – 18:45/19:00 / Online Session
Going to School in the 1950s: Who was the Ideal Turk? Sinan Ekim (LSE) From Russia with Blow: Czechoslovak Students at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, 1952-1968 Mikulas Hodovanec (Charles University) 

4 May 2022 - Cold War Development in Southern Europe
Time: 17:00 – 18:45/19:00 / Online Session
Promoting Southern Europe to the World: The Case of Olympic Airways Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield) Failure of Association between Turkey and the EEC: DIvergence on How to Achieve Development - Arda Ozansoy (Bilkent University)

18 May 2022 - Global Interdependence and Contemporary World Governance
Time: 17:00 – 18:45/19:00 / Online Session
From Vice to Valuable Ally: Hong Kong in the Anglo-American War on Drugs, 1970-1980 Philip Thai (Northeastern University) The U.S. and Global Climate Change Negotiations: Precedents, 1972-1992  Matthew Franczak (University of Pennsylvania) 


Calendrier 2020-2021

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