The 9th lecture

Friday 30th Sept. 2022  21:00-23:00(JST) 14:00-16:00 (Dutch time)

Speaker: Catia Antunes (Leiden University)

Title: “Global Entrepreneurial Culture, 1500-1800: Thoughts, Problems and Hypotheses”

Commentator: Lisa Hellman (Lund University) 

                            Shim Jung Wook (Kyoto Sangyo University)             Paper

The 8th lecture

Friday 29th Apr. 2022  22:00-24:00(JST) 13:00-15:00 (Portuguese time)

Speaker: Jeremy Land (University of Helsinki) and Rodrigo Dominguez (University of Minho)

Title: "A Convenient Relationship: Portuguese-American Trade before Independence, 1700-1775"

Commentator: Cátia Antues (Leiden University)      Abstract

The 7th lecture

Friday 25th Feb. 2022 22:00-24:00(JST)

Speaker: Lisa Hellman(Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies)

Title: “Enslaved in Dzungaria: what an eighteenth-century crocheting instructor can teach us about overland globalisation”   Paper

Commentator:  Mario Cams (University of Macau)

The 6th lecture

Friday 10th Sept. 2021     21:00–23:00 (JST)  14:00-16:00 (Italian time)

Speaker: Giorgio Riello (Professor,  European University Institute, EU/ Italy)

Title: "Failure and the Industrial Revolution: The East India Companies’ Procurement and the Rise of the British Cotton Textile Industry."      Paper

Commentator: Tirthankar Roy (LSE) 

 

The 5th lecture

Friday 18th June 2021     9:00–11:00 (JST)

Speaker: Mehmet Bulut (Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University)

Title: “A Comparison on the Ottoman and Western European Economic and Financial Systems in the early modern period.”     Paper1    Paper2

Commentator: Toshiaki Tamaki (Kyoto Sangyo University)  

The 4th lecture

Friday 9th April 2021     14:00–16:00 (German time)

Speaker: Magnus Ressel (Frankfurt University)

Title: The German Empire and Trade with the Caribbean in the 18th century. The Business Ventures of Friedrich von Romberg (1729-1819)

Commentator: Michael-W Serruys (Brest University)

 

The 3rd lecture

Friday 22 Jan. 2021 22:00-24:00 (JST)

Speaker:  Professor Leos Müller (Stockholm University) 

 Title: "Sweden’s first global century, 1720-1815

Commentator: Professor Francesca Trivellato (Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton)

                            

The Second lecture 

Wensday 16 Dec. 2020       22:00-24:00  (JST)

Speaker: Francesca Trivellato (Institute for Advanced Study)
Title: Renaissance Florence and the Origins of Capitalism: A Business History Perspective ” 

The First lecture

Friday 25 Sept. 2020       10-12am (Swedish time) 

Speaker:  Professor Lars Magnusson (Uppsala University)  

Title:CAMERALISM AS SONDERWEG OF GERMAN MERCANTILISM”  

Commentator:  Professor Philipp Roessner (Manchester University)