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

Being out in the Work-place: networks, support and changing attitudes over time

Date
13 - 27/02/2019
Description
Me in 3: LGBTQ Staff and Student Experiences.
CESMA Academic Workshop

CESMA Academic Workshop

Date
19/02/2019
Description
Academic workshop

Who's Afraid of Margery Fry? Reflections on Education and Birmingham's Queer Heritage

Date
26 - 27/02/2019
Description
Lunch and Learn Lecture with Dr Mo Moulton.
Of Broken Idylls and Mourning in Classical Sanskrit Poetry and Drama

Of Broken Idylls and Mourning in Classical Sanskrit Poetry and Drama

Date
26/02/2019
Description
Bihani Sarkar (Oxford) delivers the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.
'Forging Revolution: Truth and Power in the Archives, 1646-1648'

'Forging Revolution: Truth and Power in the Archives, 1646-1648'

Date
27/02/2019
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Dr Kate Peters (Cambridge)

Bird La Bird's Travelling Queer Peoples' History

Date
27/02/2019
Description
A revolutionary exploration of the deep queer past which may change the way you think about LGBTI history forever.
'Scenes of Marriage in Early Modern England: Shakespeare's Couples in Context'

'Scenes of Marriage in Early Modern England: Shakespeare's Couples in Context'

Date
13/03/2019
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Prof Neil Rhodes (St Andrews)

Café Masters for the College of Arts and Law

Date
14/03/2019
Description
Café Masters is an informal networking events for prospective masters students at the University of Birmingham to find out more about studying a Masters programme in the College of Arts and Law.
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