Bombay's Entangled Modernities, c. 1700-1900

The World History Workshop and the Saxo-Institute invite you to a lecture followed by a masterclass in Global History with Professor C. A. Bayly. The session is open to students, faculty, and the wider scholarly community. See below or check for more information.

World History Workshop: C. A. Bayly (University of Cambridge) 

"Bombay's Entangled Modernities, c. 1700-1900"


C. A. Bayly (Cambridge): Bombay's Entangled Modernities, c. 1700-1900.

Masterclass in global history: Following the lecture we invite graduate and PhD students to give brief presentations (no more than 10 minutes) of their work for discussion by professor Bayly.

Professor Sir Christopher Bayly is Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History at University of Cambridge. He is a historian of South Asia, British imperial history, and is one of the worlds leading scholars on global history.

The session is organized by the Saxo-Institute and the World History Workshop.

Date: 13 April 13:00
Place: Old KUA, Room 15.1.91 (Læderværelset)