History research seminars

History Research Seminars 2016-2017

Spring and Summer 2017

AHRC mini-series of three lectures on the theme of ‘Gender, Power and Materiality in Early Modern Europe’

Tuesday 17 January 2017
‘Gender, Power and Early Modern Gloves’
Professor James Daybell, Plymouth University

Tuesday 24 January 2017
‘The European Galleries, 1600-1800 at the V&A: Gender, Power and Materiality’
Dr Joanna Norman, V&A

Tuesday 31 January 2017
‘Women, Power and Popular Song’
Dr Angela McShane, V&A

Tuesday 21 February 2017
‘Auschwitz: the Practice of Extinction’
Dr Nicholas Terry, University of Exeter

Tuesday 7 March 2017
‘The Women Pirates: Image and Reality'
Dr John Appleby, Liverpool Hope University

Tuesday 14 March 2017
Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture
‘Cromwell’s Trunks: Loyalty, Memory and Public Opinion in Early Modern England’
Professor Edward Vallance, University of Roehampton

History also hosts a series of conferences, symposia and other events. Recent past events include:

AHRC-funded ‘Gender, Power and Materiality in Early Modern Europe Conference’, April 2016.

BCMH New Researchers in Maritime History Conference, April 2016.

‘“A Time of Judgement”: The Operation and Representation of Judgement in Nineteenth-Century Cultures’, June 2016