Category Archives: Seminars

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Anna Katharina Schaffner

Anna Katharina Schaffner, Reader in Comparative Literature and Medical Humanities at University of Kent, on ‘Exhaustion: a very short history’, Monday 6 June, 6-8pm

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Anna Katharina Schaffner

Anna Katharina Schaffner, Reader in Comparative Literature and Medical Humanities at University of Kent, on ‘Exhaustion: a very short history’, Monday 6 June, 6-8pm

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Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Five fascinating papers on the broad theme of conceptualising and categorising the human, from ancient to modern times. Wednesday 8 June, 2.15 – 5pm

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Graduate Research Symposium Programme

Five fascinating papers on the broad theme of conceptualising and categorising the human, from ancient to modern times. Wednesday 8 June, 2.15 – 5pm

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Research Student Seminar: Prof. Panikos Panayi

Panikos Panayi, Professor of European History at De Montfort University, on ‘Religion, Race and Nation: Elite German Identities in India, 1815-1920’, Monday 23 May, 6 – 8pm

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Research Student Seminar: Prof. Panikos Panayi

Panikos Panayi, Professor of European History at De Montfort University, on ‘Religion, Race and Nation: Elite German Identities in India, 1815-1920’, Monday 23 May, 6 – 8pm

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Research Student Seminar

The next Research Student Seminar is Monday 9 May, Dreyfus Room, 6-8pm. Laila Haidarali, Lecturer in Modern U.S. History at the University of Essex, will be speaking on ‘New Negro womanhood in brown: colour, sex, and race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II.’

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Research Student Seminar

The next Research Student Seminar is Monday 9 May, Dreyfus Room, 6-8pm. Laila Haidarali, Lecturer in Modern U.S. History at the University of Essex, will be speaking on ‘New Negro womanhood in brown: colour, sex, and race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II.’

Image credit: Medieval festival parade. Hand-painted, gold and silver Milanese tarot card, ca. 1428-1447. Currently at the Yale University Library. Author: By GoShow [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Annual Birkbeck Medieval Seminar

This year’s theme is ‘Things on the Move’. The speakers will reflect on materiality, movement and what these reveal about cultural and social changes. Saturday 28 May, 10am – 5pm

Image credit: Medieval festival parade. Hand-painted, gold and silver Milanese tarot card, ca. 1428-1447. Currently at the Yale University Library. Author: By GoShow [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Annual Birkbeck Medieval Seminar

This year’s theme is ‘Things on the Move’. The speakers will reflect on materiality, movement and what these reveal about cultural and social changes. Saturday 28 May, 10am – 5pm

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Marcus Collins

Marcus Collins, Senior Lecturer in Cultural History at Loughborough, on ‘A permissive society? Opinion polls and social change in postwar Britain’, Monday 25 April, 6-8pm

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Research Student Seminar: Dr Marcus Collins

Marcus Collins, Senior Lecturer in Cultural History at Loughborough, on ‘A permissive society? Opinion polls and social change in postwar Britain’, Monday 25 April, 6-8pm

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Summer Term Doctoral Masterclasses

Prof. Michael Hunter (Birkbeck) on using manuscript sources (April 27) and Prof. Jane Caplan (Oxford) on the state (May 4)

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Summer Term Doctoral Masterclasses

Prof. Michael Hunter (Birkbeck) on using manuscript sources (April 27) and Prof. Jane Caplan (Oxford) on the state (May 4)