ISS Brady-Johnson Colloquium in Grand Strategy and International History

The following talks, which will be followed by discussion, are open to the Yale community. They will be held over lunch at 11:45 a.m. on Tuesdays in Allwin Hall, Room 108, 31 Hillhouse Avenue.

September 12, Kelsey Champagne, Yale
Scapegoat Catholicism in the British Atlantic, 1688–1714

September 19, Louis Halewood, Oxford
Conceptions of Maritime Power and World Order in Britain and America on the Eve of the Great War

September 26, Isaac Kardon, U.S. Naval War College
Rising Power, Creeping Jurisdiction: China’s Law of the Sea

October 3, Alicia Maggard, Brown
Pacific Mail, Industrial Empire: U.S. Steam Power in the Pacific, 1849–1867

October 10, Rohit De, Yale
The Kenyatta Trial and Mobile Lawyer: Decolonization, Diasporas and a Global History of Rebellious Lawyering

October 17, Rebecca Lissner, Penn
Military Interventions and Grand Strategy

October 24, Sergei Antonov, Yale
Capitalism on Trial in Imperial Russia: Commercial Fraud, Risk, and Responsibility

October 31, Tim Choi, Yale
Sea Control by Other Means: Adapting Naval Strategy for an Era of Broadened Security

November 7, Cindy Ewing, Yale
New Asia and the Small Nation Strategy, 1947–1949

November 14, Michael De Groot, Yale
Crossing the Iron Curtain: When the Eastern Bloc Reentered the Global Economy, 1968–1973

November 28, Mariya Grinberg, Yale
Planning for the Short Haul: The Formation of Wartime Commercial Policy

December 5, Jan Stöckmann, Yale
Whose War and Peace? Democratic Control of Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century