Colonial and global history
The research programme 'Colonial and Global History' explores the global circulation of people, goods and ideas during early-modern and modern times.
Taking a comparative perspective, this program investigates the development of transnational and transcontinental connections and their impact on the making of identities, societies, economies and states.
BooksCommonplace - Photographs from the Drummond-Fyvie Collection and the Ngilima CollectionTamsyn Adams and Sophie FeyderEurasian Encounters: Museums, Missions, ModernitiesCarolien Stolte and Yoshiyuki Kikuchi (eds.)Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800Cátia Antunes and Amélia PolóniaForged in the Great War : people, transport, and labour, the establishment of colonial rule in Zambia, 1890-1920Jan Bart GewaldDynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe - Rulers, Aristocrats and the Formation of IdentitiesLiesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini (eds.)The Legacy of Dutch BrazilMichiel van Groesen
Events28FebLecture | Seminar Leiden International Seminar on the Atlantic - The Dutch Moment: War, Trade, and Settlement in the Seventeenth-Century Atlantic WorldWim Klooster (Clark University)04AprLecture | Seminar Leiden International Seminar on the AtlanticMarjoleine Kars (University of Maryland Baltimore County)02MayLecture | Seminar Leiden International Seminar on the Atlantic - Creolization in a Caribbean Slave Society: Jews, Africans, and the Languages of SurinameAviva Ben-Ur30MayLecture | Seminar Leiden International Seminar on the Atlantic - "These Enemies of Their Own Household": A Spatial Approach to Studying Slavery in Early New York's Dutch CommunitiesAndrea Mosterman (University of New Orleans)