2015 Global 19th Century Conference
The Workshop on the Global 19th Century at the University of California, Riverside, is pleased to host its second conference, “Contiguities. Connections. Detachments.” The conference promotes interdisciplinary and global investigations into the world-significant transformations taking place in the period between the late eighteenth and early twentieth centuries which continue to have political, social, or epistemological effects in our contemporary world.
February 25-26, 2015
CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South 1113
The Global 19th Century Conference is organized by the Workshop on the Global 19th Century at the University of California, Riverside. Organizers include Joseph Childers, Heidi Brevik-Zender, Jonathan Eacott, Rory Moore, Lorenzo Servitje, and Mackenzie Gregg.
David Lloyd, Department of English, University of California, Riverside
Debora Silverman, Departments of History & Art History, University of California, Los Angeles
Hibba Abugideiri, Department of History, Villanova University
Casper Andersen, Department for Culture & Society, Aarhus University, Denmark
James Q. Davies, Department of Musicology, University of California, Berkeley
Alessandro Fornazzari, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of California, Riverside
Maki Fukuoka, School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
Douglas Haynes, Department of History, University of California, Irvine
James Housefield, Department of Design, University of California, Davis
Upamanyu Pablo Mukherjee, Department of English, & Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick
Pratima Prasad, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures, University of Massachusetts Boston
Erika Rappaport, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Kevin Schwartz, Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, University of Maryland
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The Global 19th Century Conference is funded by a grant from the Center for Ideas and Society. Conference co-sponsors include the UCR Graduate Division, and Departments of English, Comparative Literature, and History.