“FEEGI” Conference, 24th – 26th February 2022

Next week, the “Forum of the Early-Modern Empires and Global Interactions” (FEEGI) will come virtually together for its fourteenth Biennial Meeting, and I am very happy to introduce my dissertation project in their Saturday Panel “Entangled Lives”.

The Panel will be chaired by Prof. Ty Reese (University of North Dakota), and will furthermore include presentations of Prof. Amélia Polónia/ Rosa Capelão (University of Porto), Dr. Michael Bennett (University fo Sheffield) and Viviana Quintero Márquez (Vanderbilt University).

The full program of the conference can be found here:


Author: Haureh Hussein

Haureh Hussein is Doctoral Researcher and Research Associate in the DFG research project ‘Family Business: Creating a “Maritime Contact Zone” in the Colonial Anglo-World, 1790–1840’ at the Trier University. He studied history and political science at Trier and at the Catholic University Leuven in Belgium. He can be contacted via his blog: www.transoceanic.hypotheses.org/

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