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Meet Online

Vi ses på NordGlobs online-seminarium även i vår! Ta en titt på det spännande schemat, och boka in de här eftermiddagarna redan nu.

We hope to see you at NordGlob’s online seminars also this spring! Take a look at the exciting schedule, and pencil in these afternoons.


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Föredrag/Talks

25e maj 2022

Zoltán Biedermann och NordGlob-medlemmen Birgit Tremml-Werner presenterar inom The Global Diplomacy Network (online) med ämnet “Whose diplomacy? Tracing indigenous agencies in the ‘colonial archive’”

May 25 2022

Zoltán Biedermann and the NordGlob member Birgit Tremml-Werner present within the Global Diplomacy Network (online) on the topic “Whose diplomacy? Tracing indigenous agencies in the ‘colonial archive’”



Ny bok!

NordGlob-medlemmen Eleonora Poggios nya bok “Comunidad, pertenencia, extranjería” finns nu ute, och finns tillgänglig som Open Access.

The NordGlob-ist Eleonora Poggio’s new book “Comunidad, pertenencia, extranjería” is now available as Open Access.

The book reveals the central role played by labour and mercantile migration from the North Sea region in the Viceroyalty of New Spain during a critical period in the formation of colonial societies. Far from being a marginal migration, as has been believed until now, the presence of northern migrants was strategic for the expansion and maintenance of the Hispanic monarchy due to their contribution of labour, technological knowledge, commercial networks, and transnational capital. From the cross-sectional analysis of the impact of this migration on the society, politics, and economy of New Spain, this work shows how it is impossible to tell the story of the Spanish empire without taking into account the role that non-Spanish Europeans played in its formation and evolution.


NordGlob

Här samlas forskare, lärare, studenter och de som arbetar med förmedling i Sverige, Danmark, Norge, Finland och Island kring ett gemensamt intresse för globalhistoria. Här ryms allt från vår äldsta historia till nutidshistoria. Här drar vi nytta av våra historiska band, och ömsesidigt begripliga skandinaviska språk, för att gå bortom nationen som på förhand given analytisk gräns.

Here researchers, teachers, students and those who work with outreach in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland gather, all based on their common interest in global history – whether ancient or modern. Here we make use of our historical ties, and mutually comprehensible Scandinavian languages, to go beyond the nation as the given analytical framework.


Bakgrundsbild på jordglob https://digitaltmuseum.se/021026149476/jordglob 

Foto: Per Torgén / Örebro läns museum