History Research Centre Seminar Series, 29th Jan – 18th Mar

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The History Research Centre seminar series takes place on Wednesday in GM 224.
Future events are pasted below and can also be seen online here, courtesy of RAH!

There is no need to book for the seminars. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served from 4pm, the papers begin at 4.15pm.


For the two public lectures, please reserve a place via Eventbrite (links below).

Wednesday 29 January

4.15pm

Constructing spaces, constructing bodies: Sport, control and order (and some fun) in the new Dutch culture around 1900

Nick Piercey (Manchester Met)

GM 224

Wednesday 26 February

5.30pm

Recognising Wilgefortis: Gender Diversity in History and the Power of Names

Public Lecture

Robert Mills (University College London)

GM LT3

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recognising-wilgefortis-gender-diversity-in-history-and-the-power-of-names-tickets-79547573935

Wednesday 11 March

4.15pm

Regendering the Tetrarchy

Julia Hillner (University of Sheffield)

GM 224

Wednesday 18 March

5.30pm

As Seen on Screen: Period dramas, historical ‘accuracy’ and the role of the historical adviser

Public Lecture

Hannah Grieg (University of York)

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/as-seen-on-screen-period-dramas-historical-accuracy-and-the-role-of-the-historical-adviser-tickets-83633701653

GM LT3

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