Posts Tagged: Birkbeck seminars

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HCA Lunchtime Seminars

The programme for the spring term schedule of HCA lunchtime staff seminars, beginning Weds 21 January, 2015 (updated 14/1/15)

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HCA Lunchtime Seminars

The programme for the spring term schedule of HCA lunchtime staff seminars, beginning Weds 21 January, 2015 (updated 14/1/15)

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HCA Lunchtime Seminars, Autumn 2014

The schedule for this term’s lunchtime seminars

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HCA Lunchtime Seminars, Autumn 2014

The schedule for this term’s lunchtime seminars

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Research Student Seminar: ‘The Last Asylum’ with Professor Barbara Taylor, Queen Mary

Professor Taylor discusses The Last Asylum, her “memoir-cum-history of mental health care in late 20th-century Britain”

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Research Student Seminar: ‘The Last Asylum’ with Professor Barbara Taylor, Queen Mary

Professor Taylor discusses The Last Asylum, her “memoir-cum-history of mental health care in late 20th-century Britain”

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‘Rethinking Medieval Institutions’ : summer term seminar series

Invitation to a seminar series on medieval institutions in a trans-regional perspective that will run during the summer term

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‘Rethinking Medieval Institutions’ : summer term seminar series

Invitation to a seminar series on medieval institutions in a trans-regional perspective that will run during the summer term

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Graduate Research Day: Spring 2014 Programme

The complete schedule for this spring’s Graduate Research Day, Thursday 20 March 2014

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Graduate Research Day: Spring 2014 Programme

The complete schedule for this spring’s Graduate Research Day, Thursday 20 March 2014

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Nicholas Draper on Legacies of British slave-ownership – public history and the historian

24 March: Learn more about the first freely accessible database of Britons involved in slave-ownership, which increases our understanding about an often obscured national past

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Nicholas Draper on Legacies of British slave-ownership – public history and the historian

24 March: Learn more about the first freely accessible database of Britons involved in slave-ownership, which increases our understanding about an often obscured national past