Research Student Seminar III: James Chapman on film as a historical source

birkbeck_research_3The first research student seminar of the summer term – the third seminar in total – starts at 6pm on Tuesday 23 April, with Professor James Chapman (Leicester) who will speak about film as a historical source.

The seminar takes place in G15, Malet Street (see map here), and will be followed by dinner and drinks at the Norfolk Arms – please let Emma (elundi01@mail.bbk.ac.uk) or Janet (janetlweston@hotmail.com) know if you’re planning on joining us there (we’ll be booking a table).

The whole seminar schedule can be seen here: next up is Dr Caroline Bressey (UCL) on spaces of cosmopolitan identity and culture in inter-war London – also in G15 – on May 7, followed by Professor Cornelie Usborne (University of Roehampton) on dealing with women’s experiences filtered through hostile (police and criminal court) sources, with reference to abortion and women’s illicit relationships with prisoners of war, on May 21.

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