Tag Archives: Department Research Seminar

Radha Kapuria (University of Sheffield) ‘Between Citizenship and Custodianship: Punjab’s Musicians in post-1947 India and Pakistan’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Dr Radha Kapuria (Leverhulme ECR Fellow, Department of History, University of Sheffield)

‘Between Citizenship and Custodianship: Punjab’s Musicians in post-1947 India and Pakistan’

Tuesday 19 November

16.15 in Jessop West G.03

All welcome!

 

James McDougall (Trinity College, Oxford) ‘The sacred space of the Republic: Race, religion, citizenship and empire in France since 1865’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Professor James McDougall (Trinity College, Oxford)

‘The sacred space of the Republic: Race, religion, citizenship and empire in France since 1865’

Tuesday 5 November

16.15 in Jessop West G.03

All welcome!

 

Bonnie Effros (Chaddock Chair of Economic and Social History) ‘Reviving Carthage’s Martyrs: Archaeology, Memory, and Catholic Devotion in the French Protectorate of Tunisia’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Professor Bonnie Effros (Chaddock Chair of Economic and Social History at Liverpool)

‘Reviving Carthage’s Martyrs: Archaeology, Memory, and Catholic Devotion in the French Protectorate of Tunisia’

Tuesday 29 October

16.15 in Jessop West G.03

All welcome!

 

Amanda Herbert (Director of Fellowships Programme, Folger Library) ‘Ketchup, Pickled Mango, and Chilli Sauce: Colonizing Condiments in the Premodern British World.’

You are warmly invited to our department seminar:

Dr Amanda Herbert (Director of Fellowships Programme, Folger Library, Washington D.C. and associate professor, Amhurst University)

‘Ketchup, Pickled Mango, and Chilli Sauce: Colonizing Condiments in the Premodern British World.’

Tuesday 1 October

16.15 in Jessop West G.03

All welcome!