Colonial and Imperial Workshop

Colonial & Imperial WorkshopThis workshop series, funded by the PIIRS research community, provides a forum in which Princeton students can explore colonial, postcolonial, and imperial themes in a broad geographical and chronological context. The series allows graduate students working in these historical areas to engage in discussion with an audience that goes beyond traditional regional or national divisions. Workshops are structured around pre-circulated papers, but focus on sparking conversation amongst attendees and encouraging wider participation in the research community.

View past CIW seminars in our events archive.


Upcoming Events:

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop - "From the NIEO to the Brandt Commission: The North South Dialogue, 1973-1982"

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop

"From the NIEO to the Brandt Commission: The North South Dialogue, 1973-1982"

Abigail Kret, Department of History, Princeton University


Location: Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 161

RSVP to Emily Kern at emilymk@princeton.edu. Lunch will be provided for workshop participants.

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop - "The Era of Chinese Global Hegemony: Denaturalizing Money in the Early Modern World"

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop

"The Era of Chinese Global Hegemony: Denaturalizing Money in the Early Modern World"
Andrew Edwards, Department of History


Location: Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 161


RSVP to Emily Kern at emilymk@princeton.edu. Lunch will be provided for workshop participants.

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop - "The Twilight of Imperial Liberalism: Debating Collective Security in Interwar Britain"

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop

"The Twilight of Imperial Liberalism: Debating Collective Security in Interwar Britain"

Location: Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 161


RSVP to Emily Kern at emilymk@princeton.edu. Lunch will be provided for workshop participants.

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop - "Of Philology, Mayan Hieroglyphs, and Anti-Evolutionary Science: A Counter-Narrative to the Twentieth-Century Humanities"

Colonialism and Imperialism Workshop

Location: Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 161

"Of Philology, Mayan Hieroglyphs, and Anti-Evolutionary Science: A Counter-Narrative to the Twentieth Century Humanities"

Felice Physioc, Department of History

 


To attend, RSVP to Emily Kern at emilymk@princeton.edu. Lunch will be provided.

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