Forthcoming events 

 

Black Poppies - Britain's Black Community and the Great War

Black Poppies - Britain's Black Community and the Great War

Date
10/02/2015
Description
Stephen Bourne delivers the Centre for West Midlands History seminar.
A cabinet of curiosities: Birmingham as the toy-shop of Europe

A cabinet of curiosities: Birmingham as the toy-shop of Europe

Date
23/02/2015
Description
People, Paces, Things seminar given by Jenni Dixon.
Arts and crafts children's books: Birmingham women illustrators

Arts and crafts children's books: Birmingham women illustrators

Date
25/02/2015
Description
Historical Association seminar given by Claire Fitzgerald (University of Warwick).
The Midlands and the Great War

The Midlands and the Great War

Date
07/03/2015
Description
A Spring Day School from the Centre for War Studies, taking a fresh look at how the war was experienced in the Midlands, focusing on working-class attitudes, religious values, the mobilization of manufacturing industry and remembrance.
Museums and academe: from Maiden Castle to Thomas Hardy via Liverpool

Museums and academe: from Maiden Castle to Thomas Hardy via Liverpool

Date
09/03/2015
Description
People, Paces, Things seminar given by Dr John Murden (Dorset County History Museum).
Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 Years on

Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 Years on

Date
10/03/2015
Description
Dr Kehinde Andrews and Dr John Narayan deliver the Centre for West Midlands History seminar.
Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 years on

Malcolm X and Marshall Street, Smethwick: 50 years on

Date
10/03/2015
Description
Historical Association seminar given by Dr Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University) and Dr John Narayan (University of Warwick).
The Beauty of Letters text, type and communication in the eighteenth century

The Beauty of Letters text, type and communication in the eighteenth century

Date
14 - 15/03/2015
Description
This conference considers how writing, printing, performance and portrayal contributed to the creation of cultural identity and taste, assisted the spread of knowledge and contributed to political, economic, social and cultural change in Britain and the wider world.
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