Beyond Modernity. How are we writing the Political History of the Spanish World in the Middle Period?
A one day workshop on recent developments in European, British and American historiography of Spanish America, ca. 1750-1850.
Speakers include Antonio Annino (Firenze), Brian Hamnett (Essex), Tamar Herzog (Stanford), Jose Maria Portillo (Compostela), James Sanders (Utah St), Clement Thibaud (Nantes).
It will take place on 7 March 2009 at the University of Warwick. For further details visit http://go.warwick.ac.uk/beyondmodernity
The conference will be organized in three panels, the dynamic of which will include short presentations from the speakers and commentator, and plenty of time for discussion between the panellists and the audience.
Panel 1: Spain in Spanish America, Spanish America in Spain.
Panel 2: Comparative histories: writing across and beyond the Spanish World.
Panel 3: Being ancient, colonial or pre-modern: the political practices of what was before.
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