History research seminar 4 May

Machicado Suite Willoughby Hall
Wednesday 4th May 2022 (17:00-18:30)

This is a public seminar series run by the Department of History, convened by Dr Arun Kumar (Assistant Professor in British Imperial, Colonial and Post-Colonial History) and Dr Alex Henry (Teaching Associate in Modern History). All undergraduate and postgraduate students, academic staff, and the general public are welcome. The seminars offer an opportunity for guest speakers and University of Nottingham academics to present and discuss their history research. 

Wine, beer and soft drinks provided. Students and staff may turn up on the day, for members of the public please email to book a place. 

This week

Rúben Leitao Prazeres Serem, UoN
Larger than life: the legend of General Queipo de Llano and the reverberations of fascist mythology in twenty-first-century Spain

Sascha Auerbach, UoN
Going to Laws: Slavery, Amelioration, and Governance in the British Empire, 1823-1831

The seminar will take place in the Machicado Suite in Willoughby Hall, adjacent to Lenton Grove. 

Further information about research seminars in the Department of History.

Department of History

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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