Consolidating Global History: Perspectives and Challenges and the opening of the Munich Centre for Global History

Place
Munich
Venue
Historisches Kolleg, Kaulbachstraße 15, 80539 Munich
Host/Organizer
Munich Centre for Global History, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
Date
08.05.2019 - 09.05.2019
By
Munich Centre for Global History

WEDNESDAY, 8 May 2019

Workshop – Historisches Kolleg, Kaulbachstraße 15, 80539 Munich

12.00-13.00: Arrival at the venue

13.00-13.30: Welcome by Roland Wenzlhuemer (Munich)

13.30-15.00: Panel 1 – Chair: Benedikt Stuchtey (Marburg)

Madeleine Herren-Oesch (Basle): On missing links in Global History
Sebastian Conrad (FU Berlin): Global History and the Specter of Centrisms
Stefanie Gänger (Cologne): Flowing in Circles. Notes on the Language of Global History
Comment: Cyrus Schayegh (Graduate Institute Geneva)

15.00-15.30: Coffee break

15.30-17.00: Panel 2 – Chair: Julia Angster (Mannheim)

Tonio Andrade (Emory): New Directions in Old Fields: Global History and Military and Diplomatic History
Angelika Epple (Bielefeld): Family constellations: global microhistory and its big siblings
Juliane Schiel (Vienna): Global Labour History: Achievements and New Challenges
Comment: David Motadel (LSE)

17.00-18.00: Break

18.00: Informance

Jazz – The Classical Music of Globalization by Reinhold Wagnleitner and Günter Wagnleitner (Salzburg)
Followed by dinner in a nearby restaurant

THURSDAY, 9 May 2019

Workshop – Historisches Kolleg, Kaulbachstraße 15, 80539 Munich

9.00-10.30: Panel 3 – Chair: James Livesey (Dundee)

Anne Gerritsen (Warwick): Materiality and Global History
Michael Goebel (Graduate Institute Geneva): Crossroads and Loggerheads: On Cities and Global History
Giorgio Riello (Warwick): The Root of the Problem: Global History and the European “Rust Belt”
Comment: Richard Drayton (King’s College London)

10.30-11.00: Coffee break

11.00-12.30: Panel 4 – Chair: Matthias Middell (Leipzig)

Ulrike Lindner (Cologne): Global History and Empire
Harald Fischer-Tiné (ETH Zurich): Marrying South Asian History and Global History: Potential and limits of a Global Microhistory
Kiran K. Patel (Maastricht): Positioning Europe in Global History
Comment: Valeska Huber (FU Berlin)

12.30-13.00: Closing comments by Johannes Paulmann (Mainz) and Sujit Sivasundaram (Cambridge)

Afternoon programme – Seidlvilla, Kulturzentrum, Nikolaiplatz 1B, 80802 Munich

Introduction of the Munich Centre for Global History’s transfer projects: “Children’s exhibition: A History of Globalization in the 19th Century” and “App-based City Tour GLOBAL MUNICH”

Opening of the Munich Centre for Global History – Historisches Kolleg, Kaulbachstraße 15, 80539 Munich
18.30-19.00: Welcome

19.00-20.00: Keynote speech

Sunil Amrith (Harvard): Rethinking the Port City in Global History

Followed by a reception at the Historisches Kolleg

Please register via email (globalhistory@lmu.de) or phone (+49 89 2180 2960) as space is limited at the Historisches Kolleg both for the workshop and the evening ceremony.

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Roland Wenzlhuemer
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Historisches Seminar
Lehrstuhl für Neuere und Neueste Geschichte
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 München

globalhistory@lmu.de

Citation
Consolidating Global History: Perspectives and Challenges and the opening of the Munich Centre for Global History, 08.05.2019 – 09.05.2019 Munich, in: Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 23.02.2019, <www.connections.clio-online.net/event/id/termine-39528>.
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