Global History Cluster Research Programme 2022/2023

Published: 9 September 2022

Indigenous People in Global History

Welcome to the University of Glasgow Global History Cluster. Last academic year the city of Glasgow hosted the COP26 summit on climate change and our global history research cluster theme was global environmental history and climate change, this year we will continue with this and our new theme for 2022/2023 is Indigenous People in Global History.

Regular global history cluster meetings and discussion groups will take place on Thursdays at 13.00.

Autumn History semester 2022

  • September: Global history MSc student welcome event
  • 20 October 2022: Global History Reading Group - Betasamosake Simpson, Leanne, As we have always done (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017)
  • 3 November 2022: Round Table Discussion: 'who are 'Indigenous people' in global history?'
  • 17 November 2022: Work in Progress session - Dr Ben White: 'Four ways of looking at the history of the refugee camp'

Spring Semester 2023

  • January 2023: proposed title: Patrick Roberts, Jungle: How Tropical Forests Shaped World History (Penguin, 2022), tbc
  • May 2023: workshop on the global history of Adam Smith and his political economy, special event for the centenary of Adam Smith
  • 26 June 2023: Joint Global History and Gender History Centre Workshop (1 day) - Translating Indigenous Feminisms
  • 27/28 June 2023: Joint Global History and Slavery Studies Workshop (2 days) - Displaced Indigeneity, unsettling histories: forced migration, kinship and belonging

First published: 9 September 2022