12 October 2021: Dr Anna Cant (LSE International History) and Professor Paulo Drinot (UCL) - Book Launch: Land Without Masters: Agrarian Reform and Political Change Under Peru's Military Government
8 February 2021: Dr Teasel Muir-Harmony (Smithsonian) - Book Talk: Operation Moonglow: A Political History of Project Apollo
30 November 2020: Dr Kaeten Mistry (University of East Anglia) Dr Hannah Gurman (New York University) and Professor Andrew Preston (University of Cambridge) - Book Talk: Whistleblowing Nation: The History of US National Security Disclosures
17 November 2020: Dr Simon Miles (Duke University) - Book Talk: The Beginning of the End of the Cold War
20 October 2020: Dr Stephen Wertheim (Columbia) - Book Talk: How the United States Decided to Dominate the World
10 March 2020: Dr Victoria Phillips (Columbia) and Dr Stacey Prickett (Roehampton) - Book Launch: Martha Graham's Cold War: The Dance of American Diplomacy
4 March 2020: Professor Alan McPherson (Temple University) - Book Talk: The Letelier Assassination: Human Rights against Fascism in the Americas
27 January 2020: “Crafting the Resistance: Chilean resistance then and Now” - an International History public event including a documentary screening and panel discussion on political resistance in Chile.
11 December 2019: workshop of articles by PhD student Molly Avery and PhD graduate Eline van Ommen for a forthcoming special issue on Nicaragua
30 October 2019: Dr Imaobong Umoren, Christina Ivey (LSE Government) and Eileen Gbagbo (LSE International Relations) - Black History Month: Négritude: From Poetry to Politics
15 May 2019: International History and LACC, workshop on "International, Transnational, and Global Histories of the Nicaraguan Revolution, 1977-1990" organised by Dr Tanya Harmer and Eline van Ommen
19 and 22 March 2019: International History and LACC, Ernesto Dominguez López (University of Havana), lecture and seminar primarily for IH students but open to all, "Cuba-US Relations in the 21st Century"
February 2018: workshop of new research by Dr Anna Cant
May 2018: 40th Anniversary of the Nicaraguan Revolution, a one-day workshop sponsored by Dr Tanya Harmer and Eline van Ommen
Late Summer 2018: LSE International Drug Policy Unit, Universidad de Los Andes and Northwestern University to host a History Conference in Colombia