The Chair for Global History brings the contributions of both history and area studies to the still developing field of global history. Its temporal frame is roughly the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Areas of research include socioeconomic transformations in Japan and Asia from the mid-nineteenth century onwards; Japanese imperialism and imperial rivalries in and across the Asia-Pacific region; the history of Japanese and Chinese overseas diaspora communities; the movement of knowledge and goods across the Asia-Pacific region; the relationship between maritime histories and traditional land-based histories; and the wider challenges of studying connections and entanglements in the modern world.
Lives in Transit
The E-Learning game developed by a team led by Martin Dusinberre and including Helena Jaskov, has launched in its demo form. For more details and the opportunity to play, please visit the game's homepage: https://livesintransit.org/login
Programme Research Colloquium HS2019
The programme of the Research Colloquium in Extra-European and Global History (JPG, 376 KB) is now available.
Martin Dusinberre awarded fellowship at the DSI
Martin Dusinberre will be a Fellow at the University of Zurich's Digital Society Initiative (DSI) in the autumn semester of 2019. He will generally be working in the DSI offices on Thursdays. For further information, please see: https://www.dsi.uzh.ch/en/research/fellows.html
Programme Geschichtskontor HS2019
The programme of the Geschichtskontor (JPG, 556 KB) is now available.
Greeting the new Era in Japan
15past15 Podcast Series
Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werner have launched a new podcast series, 15past15, as part of their ongoing HERA project, East Asian Uses of the European Past.