The Institute of Historical Research, and the University of Notre Dame present a series of seminars in GLOBAL HISTORY at the London Centre of the University of Notre Dame, 1 Suffolk Street, SW1Y 4HG (off Pall Mall East, west of the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery) on Wednesdays at 5.30 p.m.
Registration essential; please email Charlotte Parkyn (email@example.com).
Forthcoming Programme for 2012
15th February: Surekha Davies (Birkbeck), “On Kings and Cannibals: Ethnography, Ethnology and Mapping the Americas in Early Modern Europe”
Dr Davies´s articles on early modern cartography, ethnography, and mirabilia have attracted much admiration. Having completed a book on New World ethnography and maps, she is working on the global history of colonial science.
The University of Notre Dame invites seminar-goers to wine at or after the seminars. Seminar-goers who would like to dine with the speaker should send a cheque for £40 to Felipe Fernández-Armesto, UND, 1 Suffolk Street, London SW1Y 4HG at least a fortnight in advance. Men wear suit and tie to the dinner parties and women are kindly asked to dress accordingly. Steering group: William Clarence-Smith (SOAS), Surekha Davies (Birkbeck), Felipe Fernández-Armesto (Notre Dame), Geoffrey Hosking (SEES, UCL). N.B: Seminar-goers should register with firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries to FELIPE.FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO@nd.edu.