Category Archives: Birkbeck events

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HCA Graduate Research Symposium

The next Graduate Research Symposium (previously known as Graduate Research Day) for students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology has been scheduled for Monday 16 March, 1.30 – 5pm. Deadline for paper proposals: Monday 23 February.

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HCA Graduate Research Symposium

The next Graduate Research Symposium (previously known as Graduate Research Day) for students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology has been scheduled for Monday 16 March, 1.30 – 5pm. Deadline for paper proposals: Monday 23 February.

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Call For Papers: Reflections on Social Change: Metamorphosis or Transformation?

Birkbeck Institute for Social Research & Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities Graduate Conference, Friday 15 – Saturday 16 May, 2015. Deadline for proposals: Tuesday 24 February, 2015.

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Call For Papers: Reflections on Social Change: Metamorphosis or Transformation?

Birkbeck Institute for Social Research & Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities Graduate Conference, Friday 15 – Saturday 16 May, 2015. Deadline for proposals: Tuesday 24 February, 2015.

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Pears Institute Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture

‘Remapping Survival: Jewish Refugees and Rescue in Soviet Central Asia, Iran and India’. Renowned historian Professor Grossmann addresses a transnational Holocaust story that remarkably has remained essentially untold, marginalized in both historiography and commemoration. Wednesday 28 January, 2015, 6 – 8pm.

Atina Grossman for website

Pears Institute Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture

‘Remapping Survival: Jewish Refugees and Rescue in Soviet Central Asia, Iran and India’. Renowned historian Professor Grossmann addresses a transnational Holocaust story that remarkably has remained essentially untold, marginalized in both historiography and commemoration. Wednesday 28 January, 2015, 6 – 8pm.

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Conference: Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period

The programme for the Birkbeck Early Modern Society Student Conference, Saturday 21 February 2015, 1 -6pm.

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Conference: Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period

The programme for the Birkbeck Early Modern Society Student Conference, Saturday 21 February 2015, 1 -6pm.

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Birkbeck Early Modern Society Programme 2015

Dr Laura Jacobs outlines the programme of speakers and events for 2015, beginning on January 16th with Dr Susan Anderson (Leeds Trinity) on Representing Early Modern Disability.

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Birkbeck Early Modern Society Programme 2015

Dr Laura Jacobs outlines the programme of speakers and events for 2015, beginning on January 16th with Dr Susan Anderson (Leeds Trinity) on Representing Early Modern Disability.

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Presenting Conference Papers Workshop

In this Birkbeck Institute for Social Research Developing Your Research Career workshop, Dr Rosie Cox will discuss how to use conference attendance and presentation successfully.

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Presenting Conference Papers Workshop

In this Birkbeck Institute for Social Research Developing Your Research Career workshop, Dr Rosie Cox will discuss how to use conference attendance and presentation successfully.

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Research Student Seminar – Professor Edward Higgs

Professor Edward Higgs – The History of Identification, and the Identification of an Historian
Date: Monday 15 December
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm
Venue: Dreyfus Room

Professor Higgs will look at how he came to write about the long-run history of the deployment of technologies of identification, in terms of his own career trajectory and intellectual concerns. He will then take the seminar through the issues that he raised in my paper ‘ID in One Country – long term trends in personal identification in England’.

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Research Student Seminar – Professor Edward Higgs

Professor Edward Higgs – The History of Identification, and the Identification of an Historian
Date: Monday 15 December
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm
Venue: Dreyfus Room

Professor Higgs will look at how he came to write about the long-run history of the deployment of technologies of identification, in terms of his own career trajectory and intellectual concerns. He will then take the seminar through the issues that he raised in my paper ‘ID in One Country – long term trends in personal identification in England’.