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 Legacy of Terrorism: The 1985 Air India Bombing and Its Victims

The Legacy of Terrorism: The 1985 Air India Bombing and Its Victims

Date
22/03/2023
Description
An online event about Terrorism and Memory: The 1985 Air India Bombing and Its Victims
The Digital Frontiers of Land, Law, and Endowments in the Eastern Mediterranean

The Digital Frontiers of Land, Law, and Endowments in the Eastern Mediterranean

Date
24/03/2023
Description
A one-day international workshop discussing the opportunities and challenges of using digital tools for the study of land, law, and pious endowments in the eastern Mediterranean.
New Directions in West Midlands History

New Directions in West Midlands History

Date
19/04/2023
Description
On Wednesday 19 April we will be joined by a series of PhD students and professional archivists to discuss what the future directions of Birmingham and Black Country History might be.
'Debating benefactions, democracy and tyranny in the later Hellenistic world

'Debating benefactions, democracy and tyranny in the later Hellenistic world

Date
19/04/2023
Description
Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology Seminar given by Benjamin Gray (Birkbeck).
BECC Research Fellows' Seminar

BECC Research Fellows' Seminar

Date
19/04/2023
Description
Two recent recipients of the BECC-BSECS Research Fellowship Award, Kate Gibson (Manchester) and Alice Rhodes (York), share findings from their research in the Cadbury Library's eighteenth century manuscript archives.
Battlefield Balladry: How Irish-Americans Sang about the American Civil War

Battlefield Balladry: How Irish-Americans Sang about the American Civil War

Date
19/04/2023
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Catherine Bateson
Birmingham's 18C copper trade

Birmingham's 18C copper trade

Date
20/04/2023
Description
´╗┐Centre for West Midlands History Research Seminar: Dr Duncan Frankis, Lecturer, Newman University
Tea-time Talk

Tea-time Talk

Date
24/04/2023
Description
Each of the Centre for Material Cultures and Materialities researchers will briefly present on their current projects and their engagement with material culture studies.
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