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Stephen Foose

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E-Mail: stephen.foose@uni-marburg.de

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    Travelling Passports: The Imperial and National in objects between England and Jamaica, 1958-1975

    The following PhD project will examine the British passport in travel during a period of global decolonization, 1958-1975. In placing the passport in the center of it, the project will examine both the material as well as the cultural, social and political experience of the passport during the end of the British Empire. To do this, the experience and practice of travel between England and Jamaica will be introduced as a space in which the passport was altered materially – in production, appearance and content; legalistically – in use and attainability; while being associated with changing notions of imperial imagination and the English nation. First, the project will explore the passport for the imperial elements that were rooted in its structures, production, uses, attainability and external recognition. Second, it will examine the alterations and tensions between imperial imagination and the nation during the end of empire.  To both of these ends, the case of Jamaica has been included to expand the historical perspectives made possible through an object-centered examination, given the patterns of migration to England in the post-45 era, the importance of Jamaica for the British Empire and that it was not only those born within the United Kingdom who were eligible for a British passport.

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    2007-2009 Bachelor of Arts in History, minor in Political Theory at University of California, San Diego, USA

    2013-2016 Master of Arts in History of international Politics (Geschichte der internationalen Politik) at Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

    2015 DAAD Stibet I Recipient: Scholarship for Foreign Students in Germany

    2015-2016 Student Assistant at the Center for Conflict Studies Marburg

    2016-2018 Research Assistant at the Center for Conflict Studies Marburg

    2018-2019 Research Assistant in the Department for Modern History under Prof. Dr. Benedikt Stuchtey at the Philipps-Universität Marburg


    Doctoral candidate under Prof. Dr. Benedikt Stuchtey in the Department for Modern History at the Philipps-Universität Marburg

    2019 (DAAD) Marburg International Doctorate funding line B – Research Stay Scholarship / Förderlinie B Auslandsaufenthalt Stipendium

    2019: Doctoral Scholarship from the German Historical Institute, London / Promotionsstipendium des Deutschen Historischen Instituts London

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    SoSe 21 - Proseminar: "Sport and Colonialism - Macht, Spiele und Netzwerke im Britischen Empire" zusammen mit Stephen Foose

    WS 2018/19: Britische Dekolonisation im 20. Jahrhundert – Formen und Folgen (Proseminar), Philipps-Universität Marburg, in Zusammenarbeit mit Lena Jur

    SoSe 2018: “Playing for Empire? The role of sport in imperial contexts of the 19th and 20th Century” (Exercise), Philipps-Universität Marburg, with Florian Neiske

    SoSe 2017: “Security and Empire in a global historical context”, at the “Conflict and Challenges in Central Asia from a Transregional Perspective” Summer School on the Al-Farabi University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

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    Foose, Stephen and Florian Neiske, Tagungsbericht. „Security and Empire. Mechanics of Securitization in Imperial Spaces”, 16. 3. 2016–18. 3. 2016, Marburg, in: H-Soz-Kult, 16.6.2016; [URL: www.hsozkult.de/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-6563]

    Foose, Stephen and Pia Eiringhaus, Tagungsbericht. „„Materialität“. Konzepte und Erkenntnispotenzial jenseits der Geschichte der materiellen Kultur, 25.09.2018 – 28.09.2018 Münster, in: H-Soz-Kult, 16.11.2018, <www.hsozkult.de/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-7945>.

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