Category Archives: Call for papers

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Call for Papers: Graduate Research Symposium

The second Graduate Research Symposium of this academic year for doctoral students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology is scheduled for Wednesday 9 March. Deadline for abstracts: Wednesday 24 February

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Call for Papers: Graduate Research Symposium

The second Graduate Research Symposium of this academic year for doctoral students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology is scheduled for Wednesday 9 March. Deadline for abstracts: Wednesday 24 February

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Call for Papers: Nineteenth Century Research Seminars

The Nineteenth Century Research Seminars series at the University of Edinburgh invites proposals for papers from postgraduate and early career researchers that address any aspect of 19th century literature, history, art and culture. Deadline: Friday 4 December

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Call for Papers: Nineteenth Century Research Seminars

The Nineteenth Century Research Seminars series at the University of Edinburgh invites proposals for papers from postgraduate and early career researchers that address any aspect of 19th century literature, history, art and culture. Deadline: Friday 4 December

When the senses are shaken - intaglio colour etching by William Blake from his 1796 book 'A Large Book of Designs'

Call for Papers: ‘Sensing the Early Modern’ Conference

Birkbeck Early Modern Society invites proposals for papers that explore perceptions of the senses during the early modern period, 1500-1800. Deadline for abstracts: Friday 11 December

When the senses are shaken - intaglio colour etching by William Blake from his 1796 book 'A Large Book of Designs'

Call for Papers: ‘Sensing the Early Modern’ Conference

Birkbeck Early Modern Society invites proposals for papers that explore perceptions of the senses during the early modern period, 1500-1800. Deadline for abstracts: Friday 11 December

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Graduate Research Symposium: Call for Papers

The first Graduate Research Symposium this academic year for students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology is scheduled for Tuesday 8 December. Deadline for abstracts: Tuesday 24 November

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Graduate Research Symposium: Call for Papers

The first Graduate Research Symposium this academic year for students in Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology is scheduled for Tuesday 8 December. Deadline for abstracts: Tuesday 24 November

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Call for Papers: The Reluctant Internationalists – Blog

The Reluctant Internationalist research group invites submissions for a new blog series on the theme of ‘Europe in Crisis’. Contributions seek to show how an historical perspective can shed light on themes of current concern

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Call for Papers: The Reluctant Internationalists – Blog

The Reluctant Internationalist research group invites submissions for a new blog series on the theme of ‘Europe in Crisis’. Contributions seek to show how an historical perspective can shed light on themes of current concern

L0011550 Edward Jenner, vaccinating his young child, held by Mrs Jenn
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Edward Jenner, vaccinating his young child, held by Mrs Jenner; a maid rolls up her sleeve, a man stands outside holding a cow. Coloured engraving by C. Manigaud after E Hamman.
Coloured engraving
late 19th century? By: E. J. C. Hammanafter: C. ManigaudPublished:  - 

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Call for Papers: After the End of the Disease Conference

A conference organised by Birkbeck’s Reluctant Internationalist Project. Deadline for abstracts: Tuesday 1 December

L0011550 Edward Jenner, vaccinating his young child, held by Mrs Jenn
Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
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http://wellcomeimages.org
Edward Jenner, vaccinating his young child, held by Mrs Jenner; a maid rolls up her sleeve, a man stands outside holding a cow. Coloured engraving by C. Manigaud after E Hamman.
Coloured engraving
late 19th century? By: E. J. C. Hammanafter: C. ManigaudPublished:  - 

Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Call for Papers: After the End of the Disease Conference

A conference organised by Birkbeck’s Reluctant Internationalist Project. Deadline for abstracts: Tuesday 1 December

L0034616 The Radcliffe Asylum, Headington, Oxford. Engraving by J.
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The Radcliffe Asylum om Headington Hill, Oxford. Plate to: Useful information concerning the origin, nature, and purpose of the Radcliffe Lunatic Asylum, on Headington Hill, near Oxford, and the pecuniary benefits which it is able to confer upon the friends and relatives of lunatics from respectable and educated life, should their circumstances be such as to require pecuniary aid, Oxford: printed by W. Baxter, 1840
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1840 By: Joseph. FisherPublished: [1840?]

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Call For Papers: Cultures of Harm in Institutions of Care: Historical & Contemporary Perspective

This Birkbeck conference will explore the shifting political, socio-economic, cultural and medical influences that have formed and perpetuated cultures of harm in institution of care from the eighteenth century to the present. Deadline for proposals: Sunday 20 September 2015

L0034616 The Radcliffe Asylum, Headington, Oxford. Engraving by J.
Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
images@wellcome.ac.uk
http://wellcomeimages.org
The Radcliffe Asylum om Headington Hill, Oxford. Plate to: Useful information concerning the origin, nature, and purpose of the Radcliffe Lunatic Asylum, on Headington Hill, near Oxford, and the pecuniary benefits which it is able to confer upon the friends and relatives of lunatics from respectable and educated life, should their circumstances be such as to require pecuniary aid, Oxford: printed by W. Baxter, 1840
Engraving
1840 By: Joseph. FisherPublished: [1840?]

Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Call For Papers: Cultures of Harm in Institutions of Care: Historical & Contemporary Perspective

This Birkbeck conference will explore the shifting political, socio-economic, cultural and medical influences that have formed and perpetuated cultures of harm in institution of care from the eighteenth century to the present. Deadline for proposals: Sunday 20 September 2015