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44th Global History Seminar

6th November 16:00-18:00 

Meeting room, 2nd Floor, Daigaku-kaikan, Osaka University


James Belich (Beit Professor of Commonwealth and Imperial History at the University of Oxford, a fellow of Balliol College, and Director of the Oxford Centre for Global History)

"The Black Death and European Expansion"


Yoshifumi Takeda (Emeritus Member and Ex-Director, National Institute of infectious Diseases)

"Plague-Past and Present"  PowerPoint



43th Global History Seminar

11th October  14:00-18:00

Meeting room, Graduate School of Letters, Toyonaka Campus, Osaka University


Hyun Hur (Research Professor, Institute of World and Global History, Ewha Woman University,  

        Korea, and Managing Editor of the Asian Review of World Histories)

"Writing World/Global History in Korea"   PowerPoint


Seo Hyung Kim (Research Professor, Institute of World and Global History, 

                            Ewha Woman University, Korea)

"Big History and Big History Education in Korea"  PowerPoint




42th Global History Seminar

1st October 15:00-18:00


Nakaniwa meeting room, Graduate School of Letters, Toyonaka Campus, Osaka University


Aditya Mukherjee

 (Professor of Contemporary History, Centre for Historical Studies  and  

Dean, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India )

 "Revisiting the 19th Century:  A perspective from the South"


Mridula Mukherjee 

  (Professor of Contemporary History, Centre for Historical Studies, School of Social Sciences,

 Jawaharlal  Nehru University, India)

"The Questioning of Colonial Modernity   in 19th century India"




41th Global History Seminar

20 January, 2014    Toyonaka Campus, Osaka University


Tirthankar Roy (London School of Economics &The Uniersity of Tokyo)

India in the World Economy from Antiquity to the Present

Power point


Labour-intensive industrialization in India

Power point




40th Global History Seminar

 10 January, 2014 Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University                              

 Dane Kennedy  (University of George Washington, USA)

 Imperialism Parasitism: British Explorers and African Empires

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