Connecting3Worlds pioneers a new history of global health
Connecting3Worlds pioneers a new history of global health that, for the first time, incorporates the socialist world during the Cold War and after. It identifies the particular health cultures produced by socialism across Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe; and explores the impact and legacies of socialist internationalism.
24 Jun 2022
Last month we engaged in a very fruitful and informal conversation seminar-style with PhD(c) Fatima Elfitouri (King’s College London), Dr Nils Graber (University of Lausanne), and our very own Dr Edna Suarez-Dias (UNAM) on the history of biomedicine in Cuba during the Cold War. All scholars represent a different approach to the topic, combining methods […]
21 Jun 2022
The Connecting 3 World Project is pleased to share the fantastic news that our Ph.D. student Liang Wan has passed his Ph.D. upgrade recently. Co-supervised by the PI of our project, professor Dora Vargha, and Dr. Stacey Hynd, Liang’s research focuses on scientization, institutionalization, and popularization of acupuncture in Maoist China. As part of the […]
21 Jun 2022
A Global History of Hungary: 1869-2022 [Magyarország Globális Története: 1869-2022], published earlier this year in Hungarian language analyses the modern and contemporary history of Hungary in a truly global perspective for the very first time. Edited by Ferenc Laczó and Bálint Varga, the book is the result of broad interdisciplinary cooperation and includes contributions by […]