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Workshop - The Spatiality of Dependency

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  • Workshop
When Sep 24, 2019
from 10:00 to 12:00
Where Heussallee 18-24
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In the study of the production and reproduction of dependency, the key methodological issue emerges regarding the ways “the local” and “the global” are understood, combined and constructed. The third workshop in the “Dependency Workshop Series” addresses several related questions, among others: How can the standard local/global divide be overcome? Is “scale” an appropriate analytical tool to this end? How can we concretely ground large historical processes (including dependency) in specific places and connections? How do flows of individuals, objects, ideas and practices impact on the production of large historical processes? Underlying these questions, the epistemological issue emerges of the circumstances under which global history and microhistory can be combined.

 

Readings:

  •  Francesca Trivellato, “Is There a Future for Italian Microhistory in the Age of Global History?”, California Italian Studies, 2, 1 (2011): https://escholarship.org/uc/item/0z94n9hq
  •  John-Paul Ghobrial, “The Secret Life of Elias of Babylon and the Uses of Global Microhistory”, Past & Present, 222, 1 (2014), pp. 51-93.
  • Christian G. De Vito, “History without scale: The micro-spatial perspective”, forthcoming.
  • Cluster application, section “Macro and Micro: towards a spatially aware mindset and methodology”, pp 18-19.

 

 

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