Events in the Department of History

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

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Forthcoming Events

Democracy: A Fragile Way of Life

Democracy: A Fragile Way of Life

Date
04/03/2024
Description
Seminar given by Professor Till Van Rahden, (Montreal).
BECC Spring Colloquium

BECC Spring Colloquium

Date
06/03/2024
Description
Speakers: Hannah Wilson (BECC-BSECS Fellowship in 2023-24) and Imogen Knox (University of Warwick).
Authorial Metadata and the Global History Archive: trips, traps and tricks

Authorial Metadata and the Global History Archive: trips, traps and tricks

Date
06/03/2024
Description
Professor Martin Dusinberre (University of Zurich) gives the BRIHC research seminar. Hybrid event.
Fighting a War Named Monoculture. Some Thoughts on What Food Studies could learn from War Studies

Fighting a War Named Monoculture. Some Thoughts on What Food Studies could learn from War Studies

Date
06/03/2024
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Frank Uekotter.
Exhibiting Cultures

Exhibiting Cultures

Date
07/03/2024
Description
Event will include papers from PhD student Elisa Chazal ( Florence) and Maria Chiara Scuderi (University of Leicester). It will be chaired by Kate Nichols (Birmingham), with a response from Shahmima Akhtar (Birmingham).
"Harlem in Germany": Race, Migration, and the American Analogy in the Federal Republic.

"Harlem in Germany": Race, Migration, and the American Analogy in the Federal Republic.

Date
12/03/2024
Description
Seminar given by Dr Lauren Stokes, (Northwestern).
Towards Understanding Contemporary African Diasporas: Bringing Race and Decolonisation In

Towards Understanding Contemporary African Diasporas: Bringing Race and Decolonisation In

Date
13/03/2024
Description
Dr Dominic Pasura (University of Glasgow) gives this year's Fage Lecture at the University of Birmingham. Hybrid event.

A Strategic Approach to Heritage and Wellbeing Policy

Date
13/03/2024
Description
Dr Linda Monckton - Head of Wellbeing and Inclusion Strategy, Historic England - speaking at the International Centre for Hertiage
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