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History event archive 2012

Saturday Local History Seminar 14th January 2012

Date
Saturday 14 January
Description
Researching Nottinghamshire's architectural history (Speaker: Elain Harwood)

Research seminar 8 February - Public Religious Disputation in Post-Reformation England

Date
Wednesday 8 February
Description
Speaker: Josh Rodda from Department of History, University of Nottingham

Saturday Local History Seminar 11th February 2012

Date
Saturday 11 February
Description
Going Local with the National Trust (Speaker: Ben Cowell)

Careers and Alumni Event 17 February 2012

Date
Friday 17 February
Description
This is an opportunity for all second and third year history students to hear about careers and get practical advice from some of our own graduates.

Research Seminar 22 February: Decoding medieval petitions: power and politics in fourteenth-century Durham

Date
Wednesday 22 February
Description
Room A18/19, Department of History, 5:15pm. Speaker: Matt Philips

Research Seminar 29 February: Preachers and hearers in revolutionary London, 1640-1660

Date
Wednesday 29 February
Description
Room A18/19, Department of History, 5:15p.m. Speaker: Professor Ann Hughes (University of Keele). All welcome.

Saturday Local History Seminar 10th March 2012

Date
Saturday 10 March
Description
The South Oxfordshire Project: Perceptions of Landscape,Settlement and Society, c.500-1650 (Speaker: Stephen Mileson)

Directed according to the judgement of the Dean and Chapter?

Date
Thursday 15 March
Description
Fifteenth century chantry chaplains in Lincoln Cathedral. Speaker: Marianne Wilson. All welcome.

PG Colloquium: Cultural Construction in the USSR and States of the Former Soviet Bloc

Date
Saturday 17 - Sunday 18 March
Description
University Park, Lenton Grove Room 18/19

Research Seminar: 'Families cost money! Inquisitors' entourage in thirteenth and fourteenth century Italy and France'

Date
Wednesday 21 March
Description
Room A18/19, Department of History, 4:30pm. All welcome! Speaker: Dr Caterina Bruschi (University of Birmingham)

Research Seminar: 'The live dynamic whole of feeling and behaviour': Capital Punishment and the Politics of Emotion, 1945-57

Date
Wednesday 28 March
Description
Room A18/A19, Department of History, 5.15pm. All welcome! Speaker: Dr Claire Langhamer (University of Sussex)

Victoria County History workshop

Date
Saturday 31 March
Description
Philip Riden will be addressing local historians at a workshop event in Matlock Derbyshire to discuss developments in the Victoria County History (VCH) project.

Summer School on Gender & Migration: 19th-21st centuries, Economic, Regional, and Methodological Perspectives

Date
Monday 2 - Saturday 14 July
Description
This programme is organised by the consortium of European universities offering the Joint European Masters programme in Women's and Gender History (MATILDA) and supported by EU funding.

Research Seminar: The Ariès Thesis: Time for a New Paradigm in the History of Childhood?

Date
Wednesday 3 October
Description
Wednesday 3 October 2012 at 1pm.All students and staff very welcome! Bring your lunch!

Local History Seminar

Date
Saturday 13 October
Description
David Strange-Walker - Virtually Inaccessible: Nottingham's Sandstone Caves

Local History Seminar

Date
Saturday 10 November
Description
John Chandler - The Traveller's Eye

Local History Seminar

Date
Saturday 8 December
Description
John Beckett and Chris Brooke, Understanding Churches.

Seminar - Dead Heroes or Living Cowards? The Politics of Heroism in the French Revolution

Date
Wednesday 12 December
Description
Speaker: Marisa Linton (Kingston University)

Postgraduate Funding in Russian History: Open Day for Applicants

Date
Wednesday 12 December
Description
Funding is available within the University of Nottingham's ESRC Doctoral Training Centre for up to five years' postgraduate study leading to a PhD in Russian social and/or economic history.
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