Empires and Technologies in World History: Proceedings from Northeastern University’s Graduate Student World History Conference
Introductory Essay and Forum Organized by: Victoria Hallinan (Lecturer at Boston University), Regina Kazyulina (Graduate Student, Northeastern University), Elizabeth R. Lehr (Graduate Student, Northeastern University), and Allyssa Metzger (Graduate Student, Harvard University)
Short Title: Empires and Technologies in World History
Abstract: In March 2012, Northeastern University hosted the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference in World History. Entitled Empires and Technologies in World History, the two-day conference continued the tradition of bringing graduate students to Northeastern’s Boston campus to share their findings and methodologies in the research field of world history.
Keywords: world history, graduate students, graduate student conference, conference proceedings, empire, technology
Anya M. Lee, Nos amis étrangères: French Feminism and Foreign Women Between the Wars
Colin Sargent, The Big Loaf and the First Opium War: Free Trade and Domestic Politics in the British Empire, 1813-1846
Jesse Tumblin, The “Durbar Settlement” and the Union of South Africa: Railways and the Logic of Imperial Administration, 1905-1914
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