Events

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

Forthcoming Events

African Studies in Central and Eastern Europe

African Studies in Central and Eastern Europe

Date
01/02/2017
Description
Seminar by Istvan Tarrosy (University of Pecs), part of the Africa Talks Spring 2017 seminar series.
Entrepreneurship in Cultural Heritage Workshop

Entrepreneurship in Cultural Heritage Workshop

Date
02/02/2017
Description
This workshop explores the increasing need for museums and heritage organisations to become ever more entrepreneurial in their approach in order to increase their resilience to the changing environment and also to identify ways and means to build profile, audiences, income and opportunities to communicate the heritage at their heart. Registration now available
Reconsidering 'Resource Wars': The Micro-Dynamics Of Diamonds in the Revolutionary United Front

Reconsidering 'Resource Wars': The Micro-Dynamics Of Diamonds in the Revolutionary United Front

Date
02/02/2017
Description
Speaker: Dr Zoe Marks, University of Edinburgh.
Making Manhood, Making Science: Myths of identity in modern sport and exploration

Making Manhood, Making Science: Myths of identity in modern sport and exploration

Date
06/02/2017
Description
Dr Vanessa Heggie presents the launch event for the BRIHC Spring Series.
The Canopus conundrum: statuary from the underwater excavations in Abu Kir, Egypt

The Canopus conundrum: statuary from the underwater excavations in Abu Kir, Egypt

Date
07/02/2017
Description
Dr Emma Libonati (UCL Petrie Museum) gives the Classical Archaeology: Visual culture in Rome's Provinces research seminar
Beyond Empire's Ambit: Narcotic Drugs between Science and State Crime

Beyond Empire's Ambit: Narcotic Drugs between Science and State Crime

Date
08/02/2017
Description
Modern and Contemporary History Seminar given by Dr Steffen Rimner (Leiden).
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Title TBC

Date
08/02/2017
Description
Seminar by Allan H Anderson (University of Birmingham), part of the Africa Talks Spring 2017 seminar series.
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