Posts Tagged: Birkbeck events

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HCA Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Monday 16 March, 2 – 5pm. We have a broad programme ranging from two perspectives on the practice of widow burning in 19th century India to funeral epigraphy in the Bosporus in late antiquity, studying soldiers in the Boer war and controversies about education in Bradford in the 1980s.

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HCA Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Monday 16 March, 2 – 5pm. We have a broad programme ranging from two perspectives on the practice of widow burning in 19th century India to funeral epigraphy in the Bosporus in late antiquity, studying soldiers in the Boer war and controversies about education in Bradford in the 1980s.

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Publishing Scholarly Monographs

An open invitation from the Faculty of Arts to a lecture by Josie Dixon on 27 February 2015, 12.30-2 pm on “Academic Publishing in the 21st Century” followed by discussion. There are also very limited places available to final year students in SSHP for a workshop after the lecture.

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Publishing Scholarly Monographs

An open invitation from the Faculty of Arts to a lecture by Josie Dixon on 27 February 2015, 12.30-2 pm on “Academic Publishing in the 21st Century” followed by discussion. There are also very limited places available to final year students in SSHP for a workshop after the lecture.

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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 2 March.

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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 2 March.

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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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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.