How did anti-colonial and anti-Western ideas circulate and get used by politicians and thinkers in twentieth-century East Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East? What have been some of the unsavory consequences of anti-colonial nationalism in history, and how can a global perspective help us make sense of the resurgence of nationalist politics around the world today? Join us for a webinar featuring a panel of scholars who study the history of China, Japan, Latin America, and Turkey.
Dr. Cemil Aydin is Professor of International/Global History at UNC-Chapel Hill. Dr. Stella Krepp is Assistant Professor of Latin Americn and Iberian history at Bern University. Dr. Andrew Liu is Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University.
Moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Kolsky, Director, Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest, Villanova University