Lars Kury, M.A.
Assistant European and Global History
Institute for European Global Studies,
University of Basel
Tel: +41 (0)61 207 48 71
- Global History of Europe (18th–20th Centuries)
- Theories and Methodologies of Global (Micro-)History
- Economy and Environment
- Globalization and Colonial Economies
- Imperialism and Capitalism
- History of Colonial and Maritime Law
- Digital History
Transit in global spaces. Governing trade and environment in the Malacca Straits, c. 1850 – 1914
Since February 2021: Assistant for European and Global History at the Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel
December 2018 – January 2021: Student Assistant in the SNSF-funded research project Printed Markets. Information, Data and News in the Basel Avisblatt, 1729–1844
August 2018 – January 2021: Student Assistant at the Department of History, University of Basel (Chair of Prof. Dr. Susanna Burghartz)
February 2018 – December 2020: M.A. in History and Political Science, University of Basel, Title of the Master Thesis: The „Indochina Operational Group“ 1972–1975. A Global Humanitarian Moment
September 2014 – Dezember 2017: B.A. in History and Geography, University of Basel
- Lars Kury and Lars Dickmann: Souvenirs aus Meiji Japan, in: Tina Asmussen et al. (eds.): Materialized Histories. Eine Festschrift 2.0 (Basel, 17.05.2021), https://mhistories.hypotheses.org/?p=2171.
- Lars Kury: Globale Geschichten aus der Sandgrube, in: Europainstitut Basel (ed.): Newsletter 130 (2020), 4–7, https://europa.unibas.ch/fileadmin/user_upload/europa/PDFs_Newsletter/Newsletter_130.pdf.
- Associated member (since 2021) of the SNSF-funded research project The Divisive Power of Citizenship (Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel).
- Member of the research project Basel’s global paradise. Research in virtual reality and global history (Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel).
- Student assistant in the SNSF-funded research project Printed Markets. Information, Data, and News in the Basel Avisblatt, 1729–1844 (Department of History, University of Basel)