Call for Papers – Global History Network Conference: »Empires: Towards a Global History«

Date: SunTue, Dec 3 to Dec 5, 9:00am5:00pm

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Location: University of Delhi, India

 

Call for Papers: International Conference to be held at the University of Delhi, Delhi, December 3-5, 2017

Empires: Towards a Global History

Empires have had an enduring influence on global history. They have functioned as major geopolitical units and as preeminent arenas for the circulation of ideas, techniques, goods and people. However we may describe or define empires, diversity and heterogeneity remain crucial features, in terms of political formations as well as relationships (tributaries, settler colonies, chieftainships, for example); and because they straddled varieties of economic structures (agrarian, pastoral, trading, urban and rural), ethnicities and populations. Precisely because of their heterogeneity, empires have facilitated connections, circulation, and commerce within and across their boundaries. Empires often endured beyond and across different ages, competing and coexisting with rival empires. They were forged and dissolved by forces that were both internal and external to their presumed territorial boundaries.

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