Please join the Approaches to Global History seminar. We will meet to discuss Sara Lorenzini's paper, "Competing Visions of North-South Relations in the 20th Century: The Case of European Development Aid." Please email Aaron Bekemeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the paper. All are welcome!
We will meet in the Lower Library in Robinson Hall to discuss Casey Primel's paper, "Through a Camera Obscura: Economic Science and the Emergence of the Market in Colonial Egypt." Please email Aaron Bekemeyer at email@example.com to request the paper. All are welcome!
Title:“The Strange Career of Education Reform: Businessmen, Behaviorists, and the Path from the War on Poverty to No Child Left Behind.” Presented by the Workshop on Imagining History, Doing Politics: The Uses and Disadvantages of the Past.
Title: “Workshop on Writing Fellowship Applications,” presented by the Warren Center’s Graduate Student Grants Program
Description: Many fellowship selection committees include scholars across a range of humanistic and social scientific disciplines. This workshop’s central topic will be: how to articulate your project so as to be legible outside your subfield and discipline. This session will be especially relevant to those who can apply to the Warren Center, Harvard’s research center for North American history – yet grad students from across the...
Title: “What is (Native) American History? Reflections from the Edge of Empires, Nation-States, and Disciplines.” Presented by the Workshop on Imagining History, Doing Politics: The Uses and Disadvantages of the Past.
Title: “Oil-Gotten Gains: Petrodollars, Abscam, and Arab American Activism, 1973-1981”. A presentation of the Harvard International and Global History Seminar, with support from both the Weatherhead and Warren Centers. Obtain paper from Erez Manela (firstname.lastname@example.org).