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2018-2019: The Geneva History Seminar

This research seminar is organized by and for historians in the faculties and doctoral programs of the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. It is open to all who are interested in historical questions in a global perspective. The papers that form the basis of a speaker's presentation will be available a week in advance of his or her talk and can be downloaded from any of the websites below.

Organisation/contact :

  • Department of International History, IHEID: Amalia Ribi
  • Département d'histoire générale, UNIGE: Matthias Schulz (Autumn) & Sandrine Kott (Spring)
  • Institut d'histoire économique Paul Bairoch, UNIGE: Pilar Nogues-Marco

Programme GenevaHistorySeminar2018-2019.pdf

Tuesday 16 Oct., 2018, 18h15-19h45
Michael Catala (Université de Nantes)
Pour une histoire de l’espace Schengen : de la réussite à la crise ?

UNI-BASTIONS. Bâtiment Central, Rue de Candolle 5, room B 111

Tuesday 13 Nov., 2018, 16h15-17h45
Michael Goebel (Graduate Institute)
Patchwork Cities: Urban Ethnic Segregation in the Global South in the Age of Steam
IHEID, Maison de la Paix, room P3 / 506

Thursday 29 Nov., 2018, 18h15-19h45
Pilar Nogues-Marco (Université de Genève)
East India Company Rule and the Drain of Wealth (1757-1858)
UNIMAIL, Bd du Pont d’Arve 40, room M5020

Tuesday 12 Mar., 2019, 18h15-19h45
Eva-Maria Muschik (Universität Bern)
A Global Consensus? Following the Shock Doctrine from La Paz to Warsaw in the Long 1980s
Département d’histoire générale, Rue Saint-Ours 5, salle SO 019

Tuesday 30 Apr., 2019, 16h15-17h45
Nathan Marcus (Jerusalem University)
"It Worked! So why not say so?" - The League’s intervention in Austria: 1922-1926
IHEID, Maison de la Paix, room P3 / 506

Thursday 16 May., 2019, 18h15-19h45
Roberto Zaugg (Universität Bern) Entre la péninsule italienne et le monde atlantique: pour une approche trans-impériale au commerce maritime à l’époque moderne
UNIMAIL, Bd du Pont d’Arve 40, room M3220