HCA Doctoral Masterclasses

HCA is delighted to announce the 2017-18 programme of masterclasses for doctoral students and registration is now open. 15 places at each class are available, on a first come first serve basis, to Birkbeck and BPSN students. HCA students have priority on registering and have been given access to the registration links before being circulated to the rest of the college on 1 November. Register early to avoid disappointment.

 

All classes run from 18:00-20:00 in the Dreyfus Room, 28 Russell Square *(apart from 21 February 2018 and 15 March 2018)

 

Thursday 7 December 2017

Professor Julian Swann, Birkbeck, discusses the processes and challenges in researching and writing his recent monograph Exile, Imprisonment or Death exploring the politics of disgrace in ancien regime France.

Free event, to book a place click here.

 

Thursday 18 January 2018

Dr Sean Brady and Dr Carmen Mangion, Birkbeck, discuss methodologies of gender analysis in support of economic, political and cultural history.

Free event, to book a place click here.

 

 

Wednesday 21 February 2018 *(LOCATION TBC – Birkbeck, Bloomsbury Campus)

Dr Leigh Gardner, LSE, considers methodological challenges of asymmetric economic history, based on her research of imperial economies in West Africa. How are local economies to be measured to conduct economic history from perspectives other than that of the imperial power?

Free event, to book a place click here.

 

 

Thursday 15 March 2018 *(MAL 251, Malet Street)

Professor David D’Avrey, UCL, explores methodologies for research of religion, and the analysis of religious motive in historical actors by reference to his book, Medieval Religious Rationalities.

Free event, to book a place click here.

 

Thursday 22 March 2018

Dr Anna Mearker, KCL, discusses methodologies for the integration of material culture into the analysis of textual sources, drawing upon her work on 19th Century medical equipment.

Free event, to book a place click here.

 

Thursday 17 May 2018

Dr Matthew Champion, Birkbeck, discusses the processes and challenges in researching and writing his recent monograph The Fullness of Time exploring the impact of changing concepts of time in the 15th Century Low Countries.

Free event, to book a place click here.

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