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

Military Intervention as Hollywood Allegory: The Clinton and Bush Years

Military Intervention as Hollywood Allegory: The Clinton and Bush Years

Date
24/10/2017
Description
Thomas Cobb delivers the War Studies seminar.
Black History in the Midlands and Beyond: Connections and Context

Black History in the Midlands and Beyond: Connections and Context

Date
25/10/2017
Description
Roundtable discussion. Part of our Black History Month events.
Beyond Influence (Du Bartas, James VI, Bradstreet)

Beyond Influence (Du Bartas, James VI, Bradstreet)

Date
25/10/2017
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Peter Auger (University of Birmingham)
All roads lead to Birmingham: the geopolitics of the Midlands c. 1570-1583

All roads lead to Birmingham: the geopolitics of the Midlands c. 1570-1583

Date
26/10/2017
Description
Dr Cathryn Enis delivers the Centre for West Midlands History research seminar.
John Baskerville Book Launch

John Baskerville Book Launch

Date
01/11/2017
Description
To celebrate the publication of John Baskerville: art and industry of the Enlightenment, edited by Caroline Archer-Parré and Malcolm Dick, an event is being held at the University of Birmingham.
"The Online Piracy Act will take us back to the Dark Ages": Politics, Medievalism and Online Participatory Culture

"The Online Piracy Act will take us back to the Dark Ages": Politics, Medievalism and Online Participatory Culture

Date
01/11/2017
Description
Andrew Elliott (Lincoln) delivers the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.

Women's history roundtable

Date
06/11/2017
Description
Academics, postdocs and researchers who are part of the Centre for West Midlands History explore their engagement with and approaches to the study of women's history.
Mining the margins: reading readers' marks in non-Shakespearean playbooks

Mining the margins: reading readers' marks in non-Shakespearean playbooks

Date
08/11/2017
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Hannah (August, Massey University, New Zealand).
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