Previous events

 

2013

10th December - John Baskerville and the power of print

25th November - 'It's all a Gas': the development and provision of household technology in the Black Country 1800-1939

23rd November - Birmingham History Day

12th November - The Napoleon of the Caucus' the career of Francix Schnadhorst, Britain's first professional political organiser

11th November - The Staffordshire Hoard: An Insider's View

28th October - 'It is generally thought that a city garden is an impossibility': exploring urban garden provision in five nineteenth-century English towns

25th October - Birmingham, the Great Working City [video stream available]

25th October - Talking Brummie: The Vernon Manuscript

19th October - Black Country History Day

14th October - Nineteenth century prison provision for juveniles in Birmingham

30th September - Primary Sources for Local and Regional History held in Special Collections

20th May - Creating a medieval history gallery

2nd May - Getting Grants, Getting Published and Staying Sane? Life After the PhD

19th March - The life and times of William Hutton: Birmingham's first historian 1723-1815

18th March - 'It's all a Gas': the development and provision of household technology in the Black Country 1800-1939

12th March - Birmingham and Beyond seminar series

4th March - The place of the dead: territory and identity in the early modern landscape

18th February - Accomplished ladies or professional women? Women in art and design in Birmingham in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

4th February - The Bull Ring, an iconic Birmingham landmark: the popularity of 19th century topographical views

21st January - Brilliant with all colours: Vesuvius and the evolution of it's image

7th January - Deserted villages visited - new interdisciplinary approaches