Events

The Department of History has an extensive programme of events throughout the year including seminars, conferences and day schools.

Forthcoming Events

The Friends' Ambulance Unit during the First World War

The Friends' Ambulance Unit during the First World War

Date
22/10/2014 - 30/01/2015
Description
Exhibition telling the story of the Friends' Ambulance Unit, which operated as a volunteer medical relief service alongside the French Army during the First World War in northern France and Belgium.
Combat wound care: 1915 versus 2015

Combat wound care: 1915 versus 2015

Date
03/02/2015
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Professor Steve Jeffery (RAMC/Royal College of Defence Medicine).
Strategic internationalism: mandates, minorities, and problem of non-states in interwar international law

Strategic internationalism: mandates, minorities, and problem of non-states in interwar international law

Date
04/02/2015
Description
Modern History Seminar given by Natasha Wheatley (Columbia University).
Living by the coast: economy, people and identity in a fourteenth-century coastal community

Living by the coast: economy, people and identity in a fourteenth-century coastal community

Date
05/02/2015
Description
Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages Seminar given by Miriam Muller (Birmingham).
Logistics revisited: reassessing the effects of the Allied anti-shipping campaign in the Mediterranean, 1940-44

Logistics revisited: reassessing the effects of the Allied anti-shipping campaign in the Mediterranean, 1940-44

Date
10/02/2015
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Dr Richard Hammond (King's College, London/Joint Services Command and Staff College).
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.
Defining loyalty, redefining reformation: understanding conflict from Scottish pulpits, 1638-1660

Defining loyalty, redefining reformation: understanding conflict from Scottish pulpits, 1638-1660

Date
11/02/2015
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Dr Christopher Langley (Newman University).
Modern and contemporary history seminar

Modern and contemporary history seminar

Date
11/02/2015
Description
Speaker TBC
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