What is the "Global" in Global Political Thought?


Monday, November 29, 2021, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

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Speakers: Shruti Kapila, University Lecturer in History and Convenor, History and Politics Tripos in the Faculty of History, and Fellow at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University; David Armitage, MA, PhD, LittD, CorrFRSE, FRHistS, FAHA, Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History and former Chair of the Department of History, Harvard University; Joshua Simon, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University

In this closing roundtable, Professors Shruti Kapila (University of Cambridge) and David Armitage (Harvard University) return with Professor Joshua Simon (Johns Hopkins University) to explore what the "global" is, could be, and should be, in the theory and practice of global political thought. Joshua Simon shares perspectives of his pioneering research on Latin American political theory; Shruti Kapila discusses the past and present of South Asian political thought; David Armitage surveys the landscape and seascape of international thought in the age of global transformations.

Presented in collaboration with Harvard University Asia Center; Association for Global Political Thought

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