Transnational History Discussion Area

Transnational History Discussion Area

Projektträger
Palgrave Macmillan
Ort des Projektträgers
Hampshire
Land
United Kingdom
Vom - Bis
01.02.2009 -
Von
Löhr, Isabella

The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History - Transnational History Discussion Area

At the links below you will be able to visit the Transnational History Forum to read insightful pieces written by a variety of transnational history academics discussing key areas within the subject. The first session in the forum is dedicated to initiatives in transnational history: learning and research communities, with three contributions by: Wendy Bracewell and Axel Körner (both at University College London, UK), Lasse Heerten, (University of Oxford, UK) and Nora Lafi and Ulrike Freitag (Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO), Germany). The second is dedicated to the relationship between national exceptionnalism and the transnational perspective, with three contributions by Jie-Hyun Lim (Hanyang University, South Korea), Caleb McDaniel (Rice University, United States of America) and Maria Sophia Quine (University of East Anglia, UK). The third session is dedicated to 'Angles on the transnational perspective’ and includes contributions by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University, Japan), Isabella Löhr (University of Heidelberg, Germany), Kiran Klaus Patel (European University Institute, Italy and Dominic Sachsenmaier (Duke University, USA). Our fourth forum is entitled ‘The Nation and What Else’ and features articles by Sel çuk Esenbel (Bogazici University, Turkey), Matt K Matsuda (Rutgers University, USA) and Judith Scheele (University of Oxford, UK)
If you would like to comment on one of these pieces please email transnationalhistory@palgrave.com

Initiatives in Transnational history: learning and research communities
Wendy Bracewell and Axel Körner
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1618
Lasse Heerten
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1620
Nora Lafi and Ulrike Freitag
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1622

The Relationship between National Exceptionalism and the Transnational Perspective
Jie-Hyun Lim
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1546
Caleb McDaniel
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1548
Maria Sophia Quine
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1550

Angles on the Transnational Perspective
Shigeru Akita
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1742
Isabella Löhr
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1736
Kiran Klaus Patel
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1740
Dominic Sachsenmaier
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1738

The Nation and what Else
Selçuk Esenbel
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1744
Matt K Matsuda
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1746
Judith Scheele
http://www.transnationalhistory.com/discussion.aspx?id=1748

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