Category Archives: Events

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RSHC New Historians’ Network update

Report on the 10 June meeting – and a call for volunteers

RSHC

RSHC New Historians’ Network update

Report on the 10 June meeting – and a call for volunteers

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The Historical Evolution and Future of Neurology and Psychiatry: A One-Day Symposium

Reviewing the historical evolution of neurology and psychiatry, the programme explores the past, present and future relationships of the two disciplines

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The Historical Evolution and Future of Neurology and Psychiatry: A One-Day Symposium

Reviewing the historical evolution of neurology and psychiatry, the programme explores the past, present and future relationships of the two disciplines

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Why be a Historian? Studying History Now: 21 January 2014

A Raphael Samuel History Centre symposium discussing challenges and opportunities of historical research, and the responsibilities of the historian

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Why be a Historian? Studying History Now: 21 January 2014

A Raphael Samuel History Centre symposium discussing challenges and opportunities of historical research, and the responsibilities of the historian

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12 December: end of term Research Student Social

Join us for a drink or two to celebrate the end of term at the Marquis de Cornwallis in Bloomsbury on 12 December

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12 December: end of term Research Student Social

Join us for a drink or two to celebrate the end of term at the Marquis de Cornwallis in Bloomsbury on 12 December

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Queen Mary Annual History of Emotions Lecture

Professor Steven Connor of the University of Cambridge on ‘Collective Emotions: Reasons to Feel Doubtful’ (Wednesday 9 October 2013)

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Queen Mary Annual History of Emotions Lecture

Professor Steven Connor of the University of Cambridge on ‘Collective Emotions: Reasons to Feel Doubtful’ (Wednesday 9 October 2013)

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The Recurrence of Genocide since the Holocaust – a Pears Institute lecture

Professor Philip Spencer (Kingston University) explores why little has been done to prevent or halt the recurrence of genocide after the Holocaust

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The Recurrence of Genocide since the Holocaust – a Pears Institute lecture

Professor Philip Spencer (Kingston University) explores why little has been done to prevent or halt the recurrence of genocide after the Holocaust

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Starting out in Social History: An Edinburgh event for early career historians

This half-day event will provide early-career historians in Social History with advice for how to develop their teaching and raise their scholarly profiles

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Starting out in Social History: An Edinburgh event for early career historians

This half-day event will provide early-career historians in Social History with advice for how to develop their teaching and raise their scholarly profiles