Third European Congress on World and Global History
14-17 April 2011, London School of Economics & Political Science
THEME: CONNECTIONS AND COMPARISONS
Recent decades have seen the re-emergence and, on an unprecedented scale, the further development of various interacting strands of world, global and trans-national history, all sharing the aim of transcending national historiographies. Connections and comparisons have been central to these intellectual enterprises. The third European Congress on World and Global History, to be held in London at the LSE in April 2011, provides an opportunity for sustained reflection on these themes.
Following an excellent response to our earlier Call for Panels, we now cordially invite paper proposals for examining comparisons, connections and entanglements between polities, societies, communities and individuals situated in, or spanning, different regions of the world. The programme of the congress now consists of over 90 panels. However, we look forward to paper proposals that fill slots in existing panels and perhaps gaps in the intellectual range of the programme as it stands. We particularly welcome proposals for papers addressing the following topics:
- Pre-1500 Trans-Regional Connections and Comparisons (including, but not limited to, trade, ‘world’ religions, empires, migration, cultural transfers and ‘world systems’)
- Colonial Taxation in Global Perspective
- Comparing Property Rights in Peasant Societies
- The Spread of Bourgeois Ideology and its Relations to Economic Change – NEW
- Hidden Winners of Colonialism: Involvement of European Hinterland in Overseas Colonialism
- Popularization of Knowledge through History, Literature and Philosophy
- Second World War Labour Policies and Wartime Labour History
- The European Semi-periphery in Recent Writings on Early Modern Global History
- Discourses of ‘Zero Hours’ and New Beginnings
- Maritime Law of Warfare and its Impact on Creation of International Law & Early Globalization
- Transformation of Aristocracy in the 19th Century: Global Perspectives
- Representation of Post-Colonial States in International Organisations
- The Invention of the Electronic Telegraph and Technological Globalization
- The History of Area Studies in the Soviet Union and beyond in Comparative Perspective
- Pension Provision & Governance: Global Perspectives
- Speculative Philosophy of History and Research on World History
- Concepts and Methodologies of World and Global History
Other topics may be suggested as well but acceptance will depend upon available space in the programme.
Proposals: We invite proposals for papers not only from scholars in various disciplines, based both in Europe and around the world. In addition to the name, affiliation, email and snailmail address proposals should include the title of the paper and an abstract (100 words).
All LSE meeting rooms have Powerpoint facilities. When the time comes, it is hoped that all papers will be posted in advance on the congress webpage. Conference languages will be English, French and German.
Submission: all proposals must be received by 31 July 2010.
They should be submitted as email attachments to Katja Naumann at:
Dates and deadlines
31 July 2010: Call for Papers closes
31 August 2010: Notification of Proposers
October 2010: Congress registration and reservation of accommodation opens (through the congress website). It will be possible to reserve accommodation to suit different needs and pockets, in a range of hotels and in a LSE hall of residence.
Inquiries: at this stage inquiries about the conference may be sent to Katja Naumann, who manages the ENIUGH headquarters and the Congress committee in Leipzig (as above) or to Gareth Austin, Department of Economic History, LSE (firstname.lastname@example.org), who chairs the ENIUGH Steering Committee and the LSE local arrangements committee.
For more information on ENIUGH, including on the earlier congresses, please visit http://www.eniugh.org/
Members of the ENIUGH Steering Committee: Gareth Austin (president), London School of Economics & Political Science; Attila Melegh (vice-president), Corvinus University, Budapest; Matthias Middell (vice-president), University of Leipzig; Carlo Marko Belfanti, University of Brescia; Giovanni Gozzini, University of Siena; Regina Grafe, Northwestern University; Margarete Grandner, University of Vienna; Frank Hadler, University of Leipzig; Michael Harbsmeier, Roskilde University;
Markéta Křížová, Center for Ibero-American Studies, Charles University Prague, Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam; Barbara Lüthi, University of Basel; Alexey Miller, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow/ Central European University, Budapest; Patrick O’Brien, London School of Economics and Political Science; Diego Olstein, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Juan Carmona Pidal, Departamento de Historia Económica e Institutiones, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Hagen Schulz-Forberg, University of Aarhus; Alessandro Stanziani, EHESS/ CNRS (Paris); Eric Vanhaute, University of Ghent; Peer Vries, University of Vienna.
c/o Global and European Studies Institute
University of Leipzig
ENIUGH Steering Committee/ LSE local arrangements committee
London School of Economics
London WC2A 2AE
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