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PG Graduation 6.13.01.10

MA Open Evening for L3 Students

Level three students!

If you’re thinking about staying on to do an MA – or just curious about what postgraduate study involves – do come along to our open evening in the department on

Monday 24 November, 5-7pm, in Jessop West Exhibition Space

This is a special event to which all L3 students are warmly invited. There will be opportunities to find about the MA programmes on offer, and to chat to members of staff and current MA students over a glass of wine.

The event will concentrate on the programmes we offer in the department, but if you’re interested in other MAs at Sheffield, or aren’t able to come to the event on the Monday evening, there is a University Postgraduate Open Day later that week, on Thursday 27th November:

www.sheffield.ac.uk/postgraduate/open-days.

If you are planning to come along on Monday 24 November, please complete our booking form to give us an idea of numbers for refreshments and to let us know what programmes you might be interested in:

https://docs.google.com/a/sheffield.ac.uk/forms/d/1MX9rk02uX6qI_dVpJLGNwXDKHim-q6M0hmmPOi0eZqM/viewform

If you have any questions about the event or about applying for postgraduate courses, do contact the MA Director, Catherine Fletcher or the Postgraduate Support Manager, Beky Hasnip.

Early Modern Discussion Group: Student ‘Windows into Research’ session

Details TBC.

The Early Modern Discussion Group (EMDG) is a postgraduate led group for the circulation and discussion of ideas about early modern history. We have a variety of speakers each semester who generally give 20 minute papers, with two speakers in each session, though sometimes we have just one speaker who will present a longer paper. We sometimes also have reading sessions where we discuss a recent journal article.

Early Modern Discussion Group: ‘The merchant’s daughter, the merchant’s wife: faith, knowledge and translation in England’s early sixteenth centuy Atlantic trading networks’

John Gallagher, University of Cambridge (TBC). Early Modern Discussion Group seminar.

The Early Modern Discussion Group (EMDG) is a postgraduate led group for the circulation and discussion of ideas about early modern history. We have a variety of speakers each semester who generally give 20 minute papers, with two speakers in each session, though sometimes we have just one speaker who will present a longer paper. We sometimes also have reading sessions where we discuss a recent journal article.

Early Modern Discussion Group: ‘Religion’: Inaugural ‘Windows into Research’

Emma Rhatigan (English), Antony Milton (History), and Iona Hine (Biblical Studies)

The Early Modern Discussion Group (EMDG) is a postgraduate led group for the circulation and discussion of ideas about early modern history. We have a variety of speakers each semester who generally give 20 minute papers, with two speakers in each session, though sometimes we have just one speaker who will present a longer paper. We sometimes also have reading sessions where we discuss a recent journal article.

Early Modern Discussion Group: ‘Rituals of reconciliation in early modern Europe’

Prof. Stuart Carroll (University of York). Early Modern Discussion Group seminar. To be followed by a drinks reception for all new early modern postgraduate students.

The Early Modern Discussion Group (EMDG) is a postgraduate led group for the circulation and discussion of ideas about early modern history. We have a variety of speakers each semester who generally give 20 minute papers, with two speakers in each session, though sometimes we have just one speaker who will present a longer paper. We sometimes also have reading sessions where we discuss a recent journal article.