Events

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

Forthcoming Events

The Cultural Heritage of Taiwan: Diversity and Transformation

The Cultural Heritage of Taiwan: Diversity and Transformation

Date
18/10/2017 - 22/11/2017
Description
An exhibition that challenges what we think we know about a distant island.
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)
Africa Talks double session

Africa Talks double session

Date
25/10/2017
Description
Dan Branch (University of Warwick) and Duncan Omanga (Moi University) present.

Preserving Cultural Heritages: Sustaining Social Diversities - From the Treasure Hill Co-living Settlement to the Building and Planning Research Foundation at the National Taiwan University

Date
25/10/2017
Description
A public lecture to accompany the 'Cultural Heritage of Taiwan: Diversity and Transformaton' exhibition (18 Oct-22 Nov 2017).
Exploring perceptions of heritage in Greek traditional settlements

Exploring perceptions of heritage in Greek traditional settlements

Date
26/10/2017
Description
Ioanna Katapidi delivers the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage research seminar.
History, time, and economic crisis in Central Greece

History, time, and economic crisis in Central Greece

Date
26/10/2017
Description
Daniel Knight (St Andrews) delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.
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