Graduate Research Symposium

Date:   Monday 28 November 2016

Time:   3.00 -5.00 pm

Venue:  Room B03, 43 Gordon Square  

 

  3.00 – 3.10pm         Tea/coffee, with introductory remarks at 3.05 pm

 

Panel 1  (3. 10 – 4.05pm)    Faith and the State

Chair: Dr Serafina Cuomo

  • 3.10 -3.30pm: Why the ‘Liber Pontificalis’ was compiled. Peter Harrington
  • 3.30pm – 3.50pm: ‘The principal ‘leak’ in an otherwise closed system’: Muslims, the State and Education in Britain c.1965-1989. Helen Carr
  • 3. 50 – 4.05pm:  Questions and discussion

 

4.05 – 4. 20pm            Tea/ coffee break

 

Panel 2  (4. 20 – 4.55)     New doctoral students panel: Introduction to research topics

Chair: Prof. Catharine Edwards

  • 4.20 – 4.30pm:  Influences on identity between different generations of
    mother-city and colonies in Sicily between the 8th and 5th centuries BC.
    Stephen Hastings
  • 4.30 – 4.40: The reception and application of degeneration theory and the concept of atavism in Scandinavian sciences and culture, 1880-1922. Rebecka Klette
  • 4. 40 -4.55 pm: Questions and discussion

 

4.55- 5 pm     Closing remarks

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