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Textual Commodities in Empire

10-12 June 2013 University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa. The site of the fourth Network Workshop. The event lived up to its name, providing us with a stimulating three days of intellectual inquiry and cultural history. Read the blog report … Read more »

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India and South Africa: Comparisons, Commonalities, Contrasts

King’s College London, 5-6 October 2012, Hosted by King’s India Institute the Comparative Literature Programme and the Department of English, with the Centre for Indian Studies in Africa,UniversityofWitwatersrand. This conference will address the role comparativism has played in the development of … Read more »

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Commodities and Migration 8-9 December 2011

The programme for our two-day public conference on Commodities and Migration: Things out of Place (NYU, 8-9 December 2011) is now online.

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Symposium: Advancing a Sustainable Future

Symposium: Advancing a Sustainable Future 12 March, 2010 The symposium ‘Advancing a Sustainable Future: strategies for cross-disciplinary practice around the Indian Ocean’ will take place at UTS in mid-March. Themes for discussion include: ‘Strategies for sustainable futures’, ‘Rethinking Environmental Histories’ … Read more »

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Global History and Public History

Global History and Public History 10 March, 2010 Professor Huw Bowen (University of Swansea) will speak at the University of Warwick on ‘Global History and Public History: Reconstructing the World of Welsh Copper’, on Weds 10th March. For more information, … Read more »

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