Events

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

Forthcoming Events

AEA Spring Conference 2018 - Pests of Society

AEA Spring Conference 2018 - Pests of Society

Date
21 - 22/04/2018
Description
Organised by CAHA's Dr David Smith, the Association for Environmental Archaeology Spring Conference and Joint AWG and CWWG workgroup will take place at the University of Birmingham.
Exhibiting Ireland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Britain and the US

Exhibiting Ireland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Britain and the US

Date
25/04/2018
Description
Race: A Work-in-Progress Seminar with Shahmima Akhtar
Seeds of Enlightment: Maria Zytaruk and Sarah Easterby-Smith

Seeds of Enlightment: Maria Zytaruk and Sarah Easterby-Smith

Date
25/04/2018
Description
Birmingham Eighteenth Century Centre seminar
CAHA Postgraduate Colloquium 2018

CAHA Postgraduate Colloquium 2018

Date
02/05/2018
Description
The CAHA Colloquium is an internal conference run by postgraduates for postgraduates at Birmingham.
Iconoclasm/Graffiti

Iconoclasm/Graffiti

Date
02/05/2018
Description
Breaking news, faking news, making news.
Constructing Mary Prince: a slave woman's story and the Birmingham connection in the early-nineteenth century

Constructing Mary Prince: a slave woman's story and the Birmingham connection in the early-nineteenth century

Date
03/05/2018
Description
Ifemu Omari-Webber delivers the Centre for West Midlands History research seminar.
Conflict, reconciliation and community

Conflict, reconciliation and community

Date
09/05/2018
Description
The Midlands Classics and Ancient History Colloquium
1968

1968

Date
11/05/2018
Description
Confirmed participants include: Professor Heather Widdows (University of Birmingham), Professor Matthew Hilton (Queen Mary's, London), Dr Kieran Connell (Queen's University, Belfast), Dr Sarah Kenny (University of Birmingham), Ian Francis (Flatpack Film Festival) and Jenny Wickham (University of Birmingham alumina, and News Editor of Redbrick during the 1968 occupation).
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