Ten selected visiting teaching fellows will spend up to one month each at Irvine, LSE, and Osaka in order to gain first hand information and experience of course design, teaching and examining for this new field in history and social science.
All participants in the network will also, through formal and informal discussions, become informed about the scale, scope, methods and epistemological assumptions of courses for teaching and approaches to research in global economic history across a range of cultures and universities in Europe, North American, India and East Asia.
- Dr. Gareth Austin (LSE), visited Osaka, July 2006.
- Professor Gervase Clarence Smith (SOAS), visited UC (Irvine), January 2004.
- Professor Ian Inkster (Nottingham), visited LSE, Lent Term 2006.
- Dr Alex Irigoin (College of New Jersey), visited LSE, June 2006
- Dr. Colin Lewis (LSE), visited UC (Irvine), April 2006.
- Dr Tine de Moor (Utrecht), visited LSE, April 2006
- Professor Sevket Pamuk (Istanbul), visited LSE, January 2006
- Professor Prasannan Parthasarathi (Boston), visited LSE, November 2005 and March 2006
- Professor Peer Vries (Leiden), visited LSE, Michaelmas Term 2004
- Professor Harriet Zurndorfer (Leiden), visited Osaka, May 2006.