Events

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

Forthcoming Events

Artificial nations: disappeared states, post-colonial borders and methodological nationalism

Artificial nations: disappeared states, post-colonial borders and methodological nationalism

Date
27/10/2016
Description
A BRIHC workshop exploring 'artificial nations' - states either disappeared or in existence today that are perceived as contrary to their 'natural' disposition, whether by origin or borders.
Warriors, Warlords and Saints: some themes in Mercian history

Warriors, Warlords and Saints: some themes in Mercian history

Date
07/11/2016
Description
Centre for West Midlands History Seminar given by John Hunt.
Towards a historical materialist critique of ethnicity: Armenianness between the Caucasus and medieval new Rome

Towards a historical materialist critique of ethnicity: Armenianness between the Caucasus and medieval new Rome

Date
08/11/2016
Description
BRIHC Materiality seminar given by Nicholas Matheou
Decisions in the Desert, 1942

Decisions in the Desert, 1942

Date
08/11/2016
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Josh Keeling (Birmingham).
CREMS Research Roundtable

CREMS Research Roundtable

Date
09/11/2016
Description
Roundtable research discussion for History and English students and staff interested in the early modern period.
The United Nations and Sanctions against South Africa, 1946-1965

The United Nations and Sanctions against South Africa, 1946-1965

Date
09/11/2016
Description
Africa Talks Seminar given by Simon Stevens (University of Cambridge).
'Whenever you dream that we're going to be saved, then we just sink further': Dream divination in Graeco-Roman Egypt

'Whenever you dream that we're going to be saved, then we just sink further': Dream divination in Graeco-Roman Egypt

Date
09/11/2016
Description
Luigi Prada (Oxford) gives the CAHA Research Seminar
The Evolution of the IRA Ambush 1919-1923: An Example of "The Learning Curve" in Guerrilla Warfare

The Evolution of the IRA Ambush 1919-1923: An Example of "The Learning Curve" in Guerrilla Warfare

Date
15/11/2016
Description
War Studies seminar given by William Sheehan (Open University).
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