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Lecture Series Global History (LSGH)

Every term, the Munich Centre of Global History invites established scholars from the field of global history to come to Munich and present their work. Presentations usually focus on the scholar's specialist field of enquire will at the same time embed their findings in the larger theoretical and methodological context of global history research.



During the summer term 2021:

Jan. C. Jansen (Duisburg-Essen): Refugees and Revolution in the Atlantic World (1780s-1820s): Macro- and Micro-Historical Perspectives
03.05.2021;  18:00 – 20:00

Bernhard Schär (ETH Zürich): The Hidden Archipelago: How the Dutch Empire Recruited and Financed Mercenaries and their Families across Europe, 1816-1914
21.06.2021; 18.00 - 20.00

 

Learn more about the lecture in the winter term 2020/21.

Learn more about the lectures in the winter term 2019/20.

Learn more about the lectures in the summer term 2019.

Learn more about the lectures in the winter term 2018/19.

Learn more about the lectures in the summer term 2018.

Learn more about the lectures in the winter term 2017/18.