New Episode of the Transimperial History Podcast
with Abha Calindi and M'hamed Oualdi
While history is rooted in the past, it is also forward-looking, providing valuable insights into how we can navigate the present and future.
The Transimperial History Podcast is a 5-episode long podcast mini-series introducing listeners to the major themes and critical innovations of transimperial history. Listen in as young researchers at the International History and Politics department speak to leading practitioners of trans-imperial history, who share key details about their work, how they understand what trans-imperial history is, and how their work has led them to this new and innovative field of historical investigation.
Listen to the Podcasts and gain full access to the dossier here.
The Podcast is produced by David Motzafi-Haller and edited by David Motzafi-Haller and Michelle Olguin Fluglicker.
The Transimperial History Podcast was part of the Annual Pierre du Bois Conference “Modern transimperial and interimperial histories: forms, questions, prospects” held at the Geneva Gradaute Institute on 12-14 May, 2022.
Supported by the Pierre du Bois Foundation and sponsored by the Geneva Graduate Institute and the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).