BRIHC Seminar series 2019-20

Autumn Semester

29 Oct 2019:   Fuka Fujita (Kyoto) Religious Coexistence in the Eastern Mediterranean World. From the Perspective of Cyprus under the Latins

12 Nov 2019: Mariña Bermúdez Beloso (Santiago de Compostela) Comparing Peripheries. Galicia and Carinthia in Medieval Time

19 Nov 2019: Kate Skinner (DASA, Birmingham) Family Law in Post-Independence Ghana

26 Nov 2019:  Anca Mandru (History, Birmingham) A Train Station on the Left. The Making of a Socialist Public Sphere in Romania (1882-1914)

03 Dec 2019: Helle Jorgensen (Ironbridge, Birmingham) Postcolonial Commemorative Practices Surrounding Monument aux Morts: the Afterlives of Indo-French Colonial Connections around Puducherry’s French War Memorial

10 Dec 2019: Matteo Barbato (CAHA, Birmingham) Beyond the Marxist and “culturalist” divide. Ideology and democracy in classical Athens

Spring Semester

23 Jan 2020:  John Munro (History, Birmingham) The Colonialism of Neoliberal Gentrification

04 Feb 2020: Benedetta Rossi (DASA, Birmingham) Transformations, legacies, and survivals of slavery in the Nigerien Sahel

03 Mar 2020:  Hannah Cornwell (CAHA, Birmingham) Roman Republic and Roman Empire

16 Mar 2020:  Tara Hamlin/Jonathan Willis (History, Birmingham) Protestantism and visual imagery in the wake of the English reformation