Offermann, Michael David

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2016

Offermann, Michael David (7 July 2016). ‘The Colonial Office is girding up its loins with regard to its prisons […] and India must not be left behind’. Imperial Comparisons and British-India’s Prison System, 1830s–1860s (Unpublished). In: Imperial Comparisons. Oxford, United Kingdom. 08.-09.07.2016.

Offermann, Michael David (29 June 2016). Mobility and Confinement: the development of British India’s prison administrations, 1840s–1860s (Unpublished). In: Tracing mobilities & socio-political activism, 19th–20th century. Mons, Belgien. 29.06.–01.07.2016.

2015

Offermann, Michael David (13 November 2015). The Madras Presidency’s Prisons and the British Empire, 1820s–1850s (Unpublished). In: 40th Annual Meeting of the American Social Science History Association. Baltimore, MD. 12.–15.11.2015.

2014

Offermann, Michael David; Hirt, Thomas (2014). Tagungsbericht: Historiographies of Confinement: Reconsidering Basic Concepts and Evaluating New Perspectives for a Global History of the Prison, 17.10.2014 – 18.10.2014 Bern. H-Soz-u-Kult (Internetpublikation) Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Offermann, Michael David; Hirt, Thomas (5 September 2014). The Imperial and the Global in the History of Punishment: Great Britain und British India (Unpublished). In: Fourth European Congress on World and Global History. Paris. 04.-07.09.2014.

Offermann, Michael David (21 March 2014). 'Imprisonment is the punishment to which we must chiefly trust.' Imperial networks, knowledge and the prison in 19th century British India (Unpublished). In: Narrating an entangled world: to what end(s) do we write Global History?. Heidelberg. 21.-22.03.2014.

2012

Offermann, Michael David; Wenzlhuemer, Roland (2012). Ship Newspapers and Passenger Life Aboard Transoceanic Steamships in the Late Nineteenth Century. Transcultural Studies, 3(1), pp. 77-121. 10.11588/ts.2012.1.9363

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