Events - Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies

Hidden History. Birmingham's BAME Medical Practitioners, c.1900-1970

Hidden History. Birmingham's BAME Medical Practitioners, c.1900-1970
Date
09/02/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Jonathan Reinarz (Birmingham) presents the BRIHC seminar.

Myth, Reality, and the Origins of New England

Myth, Reality, and the Origins of New England
Date
16/02/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Peter Mancall (USC) presents the BRIHC seminar.

National Trajectories and European Horizons: British and West German Conservatism after 1945

National Trajectories and European Horizons: British and West German Conservatism after 1945
Date
23/02/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Martina Steber (Munich) presents the BRIHC seminar.

Genres of Prediction: Sanskrit Astral Sciences, Hindi Print and Colonial Cosmologies in North India

Genres of Prediction: Sanskrit Astral Sciences, Hindi Print and Colonial Cosmologies in North India
Date
02/03/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Charu Singh (Cambridge) presents the BRIHC seminar.

Population Control in Ghana's Twentieth Century

Population Control in Ghana's Twentieth Century
Date
16/03/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Holly Ashford (Cambridge) presents the BRIHC seminar.

New voices

New voices
Date
18/03/2021
Location:
Online via Zoom
Description
Jessica Varsallona, Flavia Vanni and Lauren Wainwright deliver the Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology seminar.

Re-thinking Archives and Archivality in the Medieval Islamicate

Re-thinking Archives and Archivality in the Medieval Islamicate
Date
23/03/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Fozia Bora (Leeds) presents the BRIHC seminar.

Gendered Belongings. Partition Refugees in Nehruvian India

Gendered Belongings. Partition Refugees in Nehruvian India
Date
20/04/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Uditi Sen (Nottingham) presents the BRIHC seminar.
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