International History and International Relations Theory
Workshop 3 of the AHRC-funded Research Network:
The Practice of International History in the Twenty-First Century
University of Glasgow, 23 March 2017
Venue: The Turnbull Room, Gilbert Scott Building
9.00-9.15: Coffee and introductory remarks: Simon Ball (University of Leeds) and Peter Jackson (University of Glasgow)
9.15-11.00: Panel 1
Barbara Haider Wilson (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften – Austrian Academy of Sciences): ‘Applying New International History Approaches to a famous Diplomatic go between: Anton Prokesch von Osten (1795-1876) and the Ottoman Empire’.
Gaynor Johnson (University of Kent) ‘Prosopography, International History and the Cultural Turn’.
Commentary by TBC
11.00-11.20: Coffee Break
11.20-12:45: Panel 2
Harry J. Mace (University of Kent): ‘Strong Moral Convictions…’ Re-examining the power of language and gendered assertiveness in the Netherlands and France during the Cold War.
Glenda Sluga (The University of Sydney): ‘International and Diplomatic History after the Cultural Turn’.
Commentary by William Mulligan (University College Dublin)
12:45-2.15: LUNCH at Brel Restaurant (Ashton Lane)
2.15-3:45: Panel 3
Sarah Miller Davenport (University of Sheffield): ‘Decolonizing the United States: the Problem of Hawai’i in an Age of Self-Determination’.
Sarah Dunstan (University of Sydney): ”In Pursuit of Decolonization: black internationalism at the end of French Empire, 1956-1959.’
Commentary by: Patrick Finney (Aberystwyth University)
3:45-4:00: Coffee Break
4:00-5:30: Panel 4
Andrew Preston, (University of Cambridge): “The Promise and Pitfalls of the Cultural Turn: Religion as a Case Study”
Hamish Scott (Oriel College, Oxford): ‘The continuities of diplomatic culture, c.1700-1900’
Commentary by Simon Ball (University of Leeds)
5:30: Concluding remarks