Date: Tuesday 21 May 2013
Time: 6-8pm (followed by dinner and drinks)
Venue: G15, Malet Street (see map here)
For the fifth Research Student Seminar of 2013 we have invited Professor Cornelie Usborne (University of Roehampton), who will talk about 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.
All Birkbeck history research students are welcome: the seminar takes place in G15, Malet Street (see map here) and will be followed by drinks and dinner at the Norfolk Arms, so please let Emma (email@example.com) or Janet (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you’re planning on joining us there (we’ll be booking a table).
Three more seminars are on the schedule this term (which you can see here): next up is Dr Thomas Dixon (Queen Mary) on ‘Weeping Britannia: How and Why to Write the History of Tears’ on June 4, followed by Dr Hugh Bowden (King’s College London) on ‘History and the heroic individual: the difficulties of writing about Alexander the Great’ on June 18.