Conference

Information, Communication, and Knowledge in Historical Perspective

June 25–26, 2018

Manufacture des Tabacs, S Building, Toulouse, France

Room MS001-MS002

 

Erica Charters: "Information and Knowledge during Eighteenth-century Colonial Warfare" [abstract]

Gerben Bakker: "Managing the fundamental paradox: a long-run analysis of business models for trading information since c. 1500" [abstract]

Kofi Baku: "Ineffectual provisions (in language) or incomplete emancipation? Ghana’s Constitutions and the rights of persons of slave ancestry in traditional societies" [abstract]

Julia Cagé (joint with Charles Angelucci and Mike Sinkinson): "Media competition and news diets" [abstract]

Bronwen Everill: "Creating Underdevelopment: Commercial Misinformation in the Abolitionist’s African Political Economy Arguments" [abstract]

Nile Green: "The Market of Fact and Fantasy:Brokering Afghanistan in Late Imperial Britain" [abstract]

Hansun Hsiung: "Reflections on the Revolution in Franch (sic): Anecdotes and Global Historical Consciousness in Nineteenth-century East Asia" [abstract]

Ilham Khuri-Makdisi: "Al-Bustani's Arabic Encyclopedia (1870s-1900) and the Global Production of Knowledge in the Late Ottoman Levant" [abstract]

Aldon Morris: "W. E. B. Du Bois at the Center: From Science, Civil Rights Movement, to Black Lives Matter" [abstract]

Mara Squicciarini (co-authored with Nico Voigtläner):" Knowledge Elites and Modernization:Evidence from Revolutionary France" [abstract]

Reference

Information, Communication, and Knowledge in Historical Perspective, Manufacture des Tabacs, S Building, Toulouse, France, June 25–26, 2018, room MS001-MS002.

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