Category Archives: Events

Research student social – 16th March

The next research student social will be on the 16th of March in the Marquis of Cornwalis from 6pm

Research student social – 16th March

The next research student social will be on the 16th of March in the Marquis of Cornwalis from 6pm

Radical History Today: Come and Meet the Raphael Samuel History Centre

The Centre will be holding an open forum on Monday 9 February, 2015 at 5.30pm at Queen Mary. Barbara Taylor will speak about the Centre’s work, followed by postgraduate presentations and discussion.

Radical History Today: Come and Meet the Raphael Samuel History Centre

The Centre will be holding an open forum on Monday 9 February, 2015 at 5.30pm at Queen Mary. Barbara Taylor will speak about the Centre’s work, followed by postgraduate presentations and discussion.

Conference: Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period

The programme for the Birkbeck Early Modern Society Student Conference, Saturday 21 February 2015, 1 -6pm.

Conference: Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period

The programme for the Birkbeck Early Modern Society Student Conference, Saturday 21 February 2015, 1 -6pm.

Research Student Seminar – Professor Edward Higgs

Professor Edward Higgs – The History of Identification, and the Identification of an Historian
Date: Monday 15 December
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm
Venue: Dreyfus Room

Professor Higgs will look at how he came to write about the long-run history of the deployment of technologies of identification, in terms of his own career trajectory and intellectual concerns. He will then take the seminar through the issues that he raised in my paper ‘ID in One Country – long term trends in personal identification in England’.

Research Student Seminar – Professor Edward Higgs

Professor Edward Higgs – The History of Identification, and the Identification of an Historian
Date: Monday 15 December
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm
Venue: Dreyfus Room

Professor Higgs will look at how he came to write about the long-run history of the deployment of technologies of identification, in terms of his own career trajectory and intellectual concerns. He will then take the seminar through the issues that he raised in my paper ‘ID in One Country – long term trends in personal identification in England’.

RSHC New Historians’ Network update

Report on the 10 June meeting – and a call for volunteers

RSHC New Historians’ Network update

Report on the 10 June meeting – and a call for volunteers

The Historical Evolution and Future of Neurology and Psychiatry: A One-Day Symposium

Reviewing the historical evolution of neurology and psychiatry, the programme explores the past, present and future relationships of the two disciplines

The Historical Evolution and Future of Neurology and Psychiatry: A One-Day Symposium

Reviewing the historical evolution of neurology and psychiatry, the programme explores the past, present and future relationships of the two disciplines

Why be a Historian? Studying History Now: 21 January 2014

A Raphael Samuel History Centre symposium discussing challenges and opportunities of historical research, and the responsibilities of the historian

Why be a Historian? Studying History Now: 21 January 2014

A Raphael Samuel History Centre symposium discussing challenges and opportunities of historical research, and the responsibilities of the historian

12 December: end of term Research Student Social

Join us for a drink or two to celebrate the end of term at the Marquis de Cornwallis in Bloomsbury on 12 December

12 December: end of term Research Student Social

Join us for a drink or two to celebrate the end of term at the Marquis de Cornwallis in Bloomsbury on 12 December

Queen Mary Annual History of Emotions Lecture

Professor Steven Connor of the University of Cambridge on ‘Collective Emotions: Reasons to Feel Doubtful’ (Wednesday 9 October 2013)

Queen Mary Annual History of Emotions Lecture

Professor Steven Connor of the University of Cambridge on ‘Collective Emotions: Reasons to Feel Doubtful’ (Wednesday 9 October 2013)

The Recurrence of Genocide since the Holocaust – a Pears Institute lecture

Professor Philip Spencer (Kingston University) explores why little has been done to prevent or halt the recurrence of genocide after the Holocaust

The Recurrence of Genocide since the Holocaust – a Pears Institute lecture

Professor Philip Spencer (Kingston University) explores why little has been done to prevent or halt the recurrence of genocide after the Holocaust