Category Archives: Birkbeck events

HCA Lunch Seminars 2015-16

HCA staff and students are invited to this year’s series of six lunchtime seminars.

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HCA Lunch Seminars 2015-16

HCA staff and students are invited to this year’s series of six lunchtime seminars.

Core Skills PhD Classes

Dr Carmen Mangion has offered to open her M.Res core skills course to pre-upgrade HCA students.

Core Skills PhD Classes

Dr Carmen Mangion has offered to open her M.Res core skills course to pre-upgrade HCA students.

HCA Induction Meeting for PhD Students

This meeting for all students will include information on upgrade and submission, and new training opportunities: Tuesday 29 September, 6.30pm

HCA Induction Meeting for PhD Students

This meeting for all students will include information on upgrade and submission, and new training opportunities: Tuesday 29 September, 6.30pm

Prof. Robert Aldrich Lecture: The Same-Sex Couple and the State

Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities hosts this lecture offering an historical and transnational perspective. Wednesday 23 September 2015, 6 – 8.30pm

Prof. Robert Aldrich Lecture: The Same-Sex Couple and the State

Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities hosts this lecture offering an historical and transnational perspective. Wednesday 23 September 2015, 6 – 8.30pm

The Voices of the People: An Online Symposium

Perspectives on history from below hosted at The Many-Headed-Monster and an opportunity to join the conversation.

The Voices of the People: An Online Symposium

Perspectives on history from below hosted at The Many-Headed-Monster and an opportunity to join the conversation.

Very Able Statuaries – Early Modern Sculptors in the City of London: a Guided Walk

Organised by the Birkbeck Early Modern Society. Wednesday 30 September 2015, 6.30pm.

Very Able Statuaries – Early Modern Sculptors in the City of London: a Guided Walk

Organised by the Birkbeck Early Modern Society. Wednesday 30 September 2015, 6.30pm.

Symposium: The Performance and Experience of Domestic Service

London Renaissance Seminar event. Historians, literary scholars, and actors explore the relationship between the experience of servants in early modern England, and the representation of servants onstage. Saturday 18 July, 2pm -6pm.

Symposium: The Performance and Experience of Domestic Service

London Renaissance Seminar event. Historians, literary scholars, and actors explore the relationship between the experience of servants in early modern England, and the representation of servants onstage. Saturday 18 July, 2pm -6pm.