Tag Archives: Department Research Seminar

Claire Shaw (University of Warwick): ‘Deaf People of the World, Unite! Shaping Socialist Deaf Internationalism during the Cold War’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Dr Claire Shaw (University of Warwick)

‘Deaf People of the World, Unite! Shaping Socialist Deaf Internationalism during the Cold War’

Tuesday 28 April 2020, 16:15pm in the HRI Seminar Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!

Greg Woolf (Institute for Classical Studies): ‘The Eagle in Winter. Seasons of mobility in the Roman world.’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Professor Greg Woolf (Institute for Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, London)

‘The Eagle in Winter. Seasons of mobility in the Roman world.’

Tuesday 17 March 2020, 16:15pm in the HRI Conference Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!

Sarah Thieme (University of Mϋnster): ‘We have found faith in the city’: Church actors facing the challenges of urban structural change and de-industrialization in Essen and Manchester, 1970-80s’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Dr Sarah Thieme (University of Mϋnster)

‘We have found faith in the city’: Church actors facing the challenges of urban structural change and de-industrialization in Essen and Manchester, 1970-80s’

Tuesday 10 March 2020, 16:15pm in the HRI Conference Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!

Sarah Roddy (University of Manchester): ‘Pray for the Donor: Money and the Material in the Irish Catholic Church, 1850-1921’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Dr Sarah Roddy (University of Manchester)

‘Pray for the Donor: Money and the Material in the Irish Catholic Church, 1850-1921’

Tuesday 3 March 2020, 16:15pm in the HRI Conference Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!

Jeffrey Byrne (University of British Columbia): ‘Global subversion, national salvation: The rise and fall of revolutionary anti-colonialism’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Jeffrey Byrne (University of British Columbia)

‘Global subversion, national salvation: The rise and fall of revolutionary anti-colonialism’

Tuesday 25 February 2020

16.15 in HRI Conference Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!

Peter Mancall (University of Southern California): ‘The Lord of Misrule and Thomas Morton: Myth, Reality, and the Atlantic Origins of New England.’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Professor Peter Mancall (University of Southern California)

‘The Lord of Misrule and Thomas Morton: Myth, Reality, and the Atlantic Origins of New England.’

Tuesday 18 February 2020

16.15 in HRI Conference Room, 34 Gell Street, S3 7QY

All welcome!