Events

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

Forthcoming Events

The Mercian Minster: is there more to it?

The Mercian Minster: is there more to it?

Date
16/03/2017
Description
Centre for West Midlands History Seminar given by Andrew Sargent (University of Keele).
1917 Revisited

1917 Revisited

Date
21/03/2017
Description
University of Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture given by Professor David Stevenson (London School of Economics and Political Science).
Reproducing Remoteness? States, Internationals and the Co-Constitution of Aid 'Bunkerization' in the East African Periphery

Reproducing Remoteness? States, Internationals and the Co-Constitution of Aid 'Bunkerization' in the East African Periphery

Date
22/03/2017
Description
Speaker: Dr Jonathan Fisher, University of Birmingham. Co-organized with the Department of African Studies and Anthropology.
CBOMGS Seminar: Out on a limb? Forest and field in Byzantine Apulia, 7th–11th centuries

CBOMGS Seminar: Out on a limb? Forest and field in Byzantine Apulia, 7th–11th centuries

Date
23/03/2017
Description
Paul Arthur (Salento) gives the CBOMGS seminar
Global Byzantium

Global Byzantium

Date
25 - 27/03/2017
Description
The 50th Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies
Heritages of Migration: International Conference and Call for Papers

Heritages of Migration: International Conference and Call for Papers

Date
06 - 10/04/2017
Description
Heritages of Migration: Moving Objects, Stories and Home, an International Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2017
CAHA Colloquium 2017

CAHA Colloquium 2017

Date
10/05/2017
Description
The CAHA Colloquium is an internal conference run by postgraduates for postgraduates at Birmingham.
CfP - Everyday Empires, Trans-Imperial Circulations in a Multi-Disciplinary Perspective

CfP - Everyday Empires, Trans-Imperial Circulations in a Multi-Disciplinary Perspective

Date
25 - 26/05/2017
Description
Two day conference aiming to reinterpret the ways in which empire was lived through commonplace things, spaces, and decisions in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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