Posts Tagged: Research Student Seminars

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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’.

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Alice Rio (KCL) on slavery and unfreedom

Date: Thursday 20 November 2014 Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm Venue: Dreyfus Room, 28 Russell Square We have invited Dr Alice Rio, Lecturer in Medieval History at Kings College, London. Alice is currently working on slavery and unfreedom between the 5th and the 12th centuries, on which

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Alice Rio (KCL) on slavery and unfreedom

Date: Thursday 20 November 2014 Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm Venue: Dreyfus Room, 28 Russell Square We have invited Dr Alice Rio, Lecturer in Medieval History at Kings College, London. Alice is currently working on slavery and unfreedom between the 5th and the 12th centuries, on which

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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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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

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Sue Onslow on the Institute of Commonwealth Studies’ oral history project

Come to the seminar on Monday 24 February to learn more about the creation of a unique digital research resource on the oral history of the Commonwealth since 1965

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Sue Onslow on the Institute of Commonwealth Studies’ oral history project

Come to the seminar on Monday 24 February to learn more about the creation of a unique digital research resource on the oral history of the Commonwealth since 1965

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Research Student Seminar: Professor Patrick Joyce on understanding the tools of impersonal rule

Come to the seminar on Monday 27 January to hear Professor Patrick Joyce (University of Edinburgh) discuss how ordinary things and procedures shape and scaffold political practices

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Research Student Seminar: Professor Patrick Joyce on understanding the tools of impersonal rule

Come to the seminar on Monday 27 January to hear Professor Patrick Joyce (University of Edinburgh) discuss how ordinary things and procedures shape and scaffold political practices