Category Archives: Papers

Conference: London and the Nation

The Raphael Samuel History Centre and London Studies Network are delighted to announce the programme for ‘London and the Nation’, a conference exploring London’s relationship to the rest of the United Kingdom. Birkbeck, Friday 10 July, 2015.

Conference: London and the Nation

The Raphael Samuel History Centre and London Studies Network are delighted to announce the programme for ‘London and the Nation’, a conference exploring London’s relationship to the rest of the United Kingdom. Birkbeck, Friday 10 July, 2015.

HCA Graduate Research Symposium

Monday 8 June, 2 -5pm. A fascinating programme offering historical perspectives on the body and political reflections on state and community.

HCA Graduate Research Symposium

Monday 8 June, 2 -5pm. A fascinating programme offering historical perspectives on the body and political reflections on state and community.

Conference: An Honourable Death

A one-day multidisciplinary doctoral and ECR conference on Saturday 9 May, 2015, 9.15am – 5.15pm, Birkbeck.

Conference: An Honourable Death

A one-day multidisciplinary doctoral and ECR conference on Saturday 9 May, 2015, 9.15am – 5.15pm, Birkbeck.

HCA Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Monday 16 March, 2 – 5pm. We have a broad programme ranging from two perspectives on the practice of widow burning in 19th century India to funeral epigraphy in the Bosporus in late antiquity, studying soldiers in the Boer war and controversies about education in Bradford in the 1980s.

HCA Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Monday 16 March, 2 – 5pm. We have a broad programme ranging from two perspectives on the practice of widow burning in 19th century India to funeral epigraphy in the Bosporus in late antiquity, studying soldiers in the Boer war and controversies about education in Bradford in the 1980s.

Conference: What is Radical History?

A postgraduate-led interdisciplinary conference at Birkbeck on Tuesday 24 March 2015, 9.30am – 6pm.

Conference: What is Radical History?

A postgraduate-led interdisciplinary conference at Birkbeck on Tuesday 24 March 2015, 9.30am – 6pm.

Presenting Conference Papers Workshop

In this Birkbeck Institute for Social Research Developing Your Research Career workshop, Dr Rosie Cox will discuss how to use conference attendance and presentation successfully.

Presenting Conference Papers Workshop

In this Birkbeck Institute for Social Research Developing Your Research Career workshop, Dr Rosie Cox will discuss how to use conference attendance and presentation successfully.

Graduate Research Day: Mon 1 December, 2014, 1-5pm

We have an exciting programme of eight presentations where Birkbeck History PhD students will be showcasing their research. It is a great opportunity to hear about research that is going on in the department and to support your fellow students.

Graduate Research Day: Mon 1 December, 2014, 1-5pm

We have an exciting programme of eight presentations where Birkbeck History PhD students will be showcasing their research. It is a great opportunity to hear about research that is going on in the department and to support your fellow students.

Narratives of Violence: Call For Papers for conference in Budapest, June 2014

Send your submission for the International Consortium for Research on Antisemitism and Racism (ICRAR) conference by 1 November 2013

Narratives of Violence: Call For Papers for conference in Budapest, June 2014

Send your submission for the International Consortium for Research on Antisemitism and Racism (ICRAR) conference by 1 November 2013

Spring Graduate Research Day: Call for Papers

Want to present a paper at the next Graduate Research Day on 21 March? Choose your title by 22 February!

Spring Graduate Research Day: Call for Papers

Want to present a paper at the next Graduate Research Day on 21 March? Choose your title by 22 February!

History Lab Annual Conference 2013: Call for Papers

Submit a proposal for papers on ‘institutions’ by 28 February 2013

History Lab Annual Conference 2013: Call for Papers

Submit a proposal for papers on ‘institutions’ by 28 February 2013