Dept. of History events
Rebecca Earle (Warwick), "The Nature of Nourishment: What Did it Mean to Call Food 'Nourishing' in the 18th Century?"
Eighteenth-century European writers frequently described foods as ‘nourishing’. What did they mean? Drawing primarily on material from Britain and France, this paper charts eighteenth-century efforts to define the nature of nourishment. Sponsored by the Latin American & Caribbean Studies (LACS) More events from the LACS at mcgill.ca/isid/events More upcoming events from the department of History at mcgill.ca/history
Michael C. Low (Iowa State U.), "Microbial Mecca and the Ecologies of Empire: Indian Ocean Cholera and the Limits
Sponsored by the Indian Ocean World Center (IOWC) More events from the IOWC at indianoceanworldcentre.com
Transitions and Global Modernities Seminar: Arne Westad, “Great Transformation: China’s Road from Revolution to Reform in the 1970s"
The Research Group on Transitions and Global Modernities of the Yan P. Lin Centre for the Study of Freedom and Global Orders in the Ancient and Modern Worlds
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