Colloquium

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, unless otherwise indicated.

January 24, Joint session with the Early Modern Empires Seminar in Horchow Hall, 12pm - 1:30pm, Amy Watson, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Yale
The Patriot Movement in New York: Judicial Sovereignty, Newspaper Politics, and Britain’s Imperial Constitution, 1732–1740

January 31, Michelle Grisé, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Yale
What Makes the Nation Secure? The Multan Meeting and Pakistan’s Decision to Build the Bomb

February 7, Adria Lawrence, Associate Professor of Political Science, Yale
Colonial Approaches to Governance in the Periphery: Direct and Indirect Rule in French Algeria

February 14, Joint session with the Early Modern Empires Seminar in Horchow Hall, 12pm - 1:30pm, Veysel Simsek, Chauncey Postdoctoral Fellow, International Security Studies, Yale
The Making of Ottoman Conscription, c. 1820–1850

February 21, BJ Armstrong, Assistant Professor of History, US Naval Academy
“Things Done by Halves”: Observations from the United States’ First Maritime Hybrid War

February 28, Josh Goodman, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, Yale
British Violence in Palestine During the Arab Revolt

March 7, James Davey, Curator of Naval History, National Maritime Museum, UK
A Time Before Strategy? Tudor and Stuart Maritime Policy

March 28, Yuval Weber, Visiting Assistant Professor of Government, Harvard
Too Big for Eurasia, Too Small for the World: Regional Hierarchy Building in Russian Statecraft

April 4, Joe Parrott, Chauncey Postdoctoral Fellow, International Security Studies, Yale
Southern Strategies: The Transnational Defense of White Nationalism after World War II

April 11, Glen O’Hara, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, Oxford Brookes
“The Sea is Swinging Into View”: Modern British History in a Globalized World

April 18, Marta Kalabinksi, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Yale
A Port City Behind the Iron Curtain: Contesting Space in Communist Gdansk

April 25, Rachel White, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Yale
Christianity in Conflict: The French Army and Christian Humanitarianism