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

The Color of Hours: Race, Time, and Space in the Making of Postwar Detroit

The Color of Hours: Race, Time, and Space in the Making of Postwar Detroit

Date
24/10/2018
Description
Dr Paul Lawrie (University of Winnipeg)
'By Fire and Paint': the Birmingham Suffrage Story

'By Fire and Paint': the Birmingham Suffrage Story

Date
25/10/2018
Description
Dr Nicola Gauld delivers the Centre for West Midlands History research seminar.
Nonhuman: Anglo-Saxon "Things" across Medieval and Modern Verse

Nonhuman: Anglo-Saxon "Things" across Medieval and Modern Verse

Date
30/10/2018
Description
James Paz (Manchester) delivers the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.
'Growing up dramatically at Oxford and Cambridge: the role of theatre in the seventeenth-century university experience'

'Growing up dramatically at Oxford and Cambridge: the role of theatre in the seventeenth-century university experience'

Date
31/10/2018
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Dr Elizabeth Sandis (The Shakespeare Institute/University of Birmingham)
Remembering the Great War - An Evening of Words and Music

Remembering the Great War - An Evening of Words and Music

Date
01/11/2018
Description
An evening of music, drama and narrative reflecting upon the University's role during the Great War, exploring its legacy as the 100th anniversary of the Armistice approaches. Open to all
CESMA Postgraduate professional skills workshop

CESMA Postgraduate professional skills workshop

Date
06/11/2018
Description
Postgraduate professional skills workshop
Black Country History Day

Black Country History Day

Date
10/11/2018
Description
The Black Country Society and the Centre for West Midlands History is organising this day school, which is designed for anyone interested in the history of the area.

The Lessons of Dispossession: Lost Property in the Long Eighteenth Century

Date
14/11/2018
Description
Dr Kate Smith will present from her current project Absent Objects: Lost Property in the Long Eighteenth Century.
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