Elsewhere at Harvard

2017 Dec 01

Davis Center: Teaching the Russian Revolution

8:30am to 4:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA

 

Teacher Workshop

Russian Revolution Centenary Programming

 

One hundred years later, we will gather to discuss the Russian Revolution, its direct and indirect international effects, and how to bring this content into K-14 classrooms. 

Speaker(s): 

Historical Significance of the Revolution 100...

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2017 Nov 28

Davis Center: Patriotism Revisited: Anthropological Sketches from Moscow Streets

5:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S354, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA

The 2017–2018 Fellows Seminar is coordinated by Professors Stephanie Sandler and Terry Martin.

Speaker(s): 

Hayk Anoushavan Demoyan, Director, Armenia Genocide Museum-Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia...

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2017 Nov 30

Borders in Modern Asia: "On the March," a history of the 1963 Delhi-to-Peking Friendship March following the 1962 India-China War

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge

Please join us for the fourth session of the GSAS Borders in Modern Asia Seminar Series. Lydia Walker, PhD Candidate in History, Harvard University, will workshop her paper, "On the March," a history of the 1963 Delhi-to-Peking Friendship March following the 1962 India-China War.

The seminar will be in Robinson Lower Level Library on Thursday, November 30, 4-6 pm. A light dinner will be served, and you are free to hang out and chat till 7 pm.

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2017 Nov 15

Borders in Modern Asia: "From Martial Race Mercenaries to Defenders of the Nation," a history of the peoples of the North-west Frontier of British India, 1930-60

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

William James Hall 450

Please join us for the third session of the Borders in Modern Asia Seminar Series. Zayad Bangash, PhD Candidate in History, George Washington University, will workshop his paper, "From Martial Race Mercenaries to Defenders of the Nation," a history of the peoples of the North-west Frontier of British India, 1930-60.

The commentators are Professor Thomas Barfield, Professor of Anthropology at Boston University, and Saira B. Orakzai, Fellow at Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program and NELC at Harvard University.

The seminar will be...

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2017 Nov 16

HLS: Law & Colonialism Workshop: Legal Debates in the British Empire

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Session 7: Decolonisation and After

WCC 3015, Harvard Law School

 

The relationship between law and empire has been a fraught one and the subject of intense academic scrutiny. In this workshop, we will explore various strands in the literature by examining the role of law in the context of the British Empire. Was law “the state’s emissary,” a tool of resistance or something more complicated...

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2018 Feb 06

CHE: Effective Collaborators: Parliamentary Networks in Government and Policymaking - Jamie McSpadden

5:00pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S422, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA
The workshop provides an informal forum for graduate students to present their research or papers in progress to an audience of their peers. The meetings take place on TUESDAYS from 5 - 6:30 pm in the Center at CGIS S-422. For more information please contact the co-organizers, Hardeep Dhillon and Ian Kumekawa.
2017 Nov 28

CHE: The Rural Transport Worker in the Age of Global Capital: From Adaptable Historical Agent to Defeated Romantic Hero - Joan Chaker

5:00pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S422, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA
The workshop provides an informal forum for graduate students to present their research or papers in progress to an audience of their peers. The meetings take place on TUESDAYS from 5 - 6:30 pm in the Center at CGIS S-422. For more information please contact the co-organizers, Hardeep Dhillon and Ian Kumekawa.
2017 Nov 14

CHE: Power Conveyance: Transnational Afterlives of Géométrie Descriptive - Liat Spiro

5:00pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S422, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA

The workshop provides an informal forum for graduate students to present their research or papers in progress to an audience of their peers. The meetings take place on TUESDAYS from 5 - 6:30 pm in the Center at CGIS S-422. For more information please contact the co-organizers, Hardeep Dhillon and Ian Kumekawa.

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2017 Nov 16

Ash Center: Democratization after Democratization: The Adoption of Reforms Limiting Electoral Fraud in 19th Century Europe

4:15pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mt. Auburn Street, Suite 200 North

Join Isabela Mares, Professor of Political Science at Columbia University for a talk on Democratization after Democratization: The Adoption of Reforms Limiting Electoral Fraud in 19th Century Europe as part of the Ash Center's Democracy in Hard Places Initiative. This discussion will be moderated by Tarek Masoud, Sultan of Oman Professor of International Relations at HKS. 

About the Speaker
Isabela Mares is a Professor of Political Science at Columbia University in New York City. Her research has covered a wide range...

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