“International History of Agrarian and Rural Development Policies and Doctrines Since 1950” (Workshop, Florence, Italy, November 10-11, 2015)

TODO REACTIVATE 20140920 Readers of the Toynbee Prize Foundation’s Global History Forum may recall our interview with historian Corinna Unger this past autumn – then based at the Jacobs University in Bremen, but now a Professor at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. For those interested in Unger’s research agenda on the global history […]

From Swadeshi to GDP: Discussing India’s Paths to Development With Corinna Unger

India, or so the geopolitical soothsayers tell us these days, is on the rise. Soon to be the world’s most populous country, since liberalization in the early 1990s, the South Asian giant has seen rates of economic growth that approach China’s. And while regional frozen conflicts like Kashmir, internal guerilla movements, and the decades-long rivalry […]