Transnational history has been broadly defined as being interested in connections across borders as well as in flows of goods, people, ideas across, through and above nations. As a perspective or way of seeing transnational history has been characterised as being primarily concerned with people as actors that create webs of connections as well as circulations, honeycombs and nodes of interaction across borders.
St Andrews’ Centre for Transnational History, in collaboration with GRAINES, is organising a three-day conference/workshop on the next two themes:
– How to marry transnational and spatial history
– Learning transnational tools and increasing digital skills to serve transnational history
When? 8-10 June 2014
Where? School of History, St Andrews, UK
Convenors: Dr Bernhard Struck, Dr Konrad Lawson
A call for papers and workshops is now open. Proposals (max. 250 words) can be submitted to Dr Bernhard Struck (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 10 January 2014.