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History event archive 2017

Research seminar, 8 February 2017

Date
Wednesday 8 February
Description
Nick Baron, Cartography and Cultural Revolution: Maps, Modernity and the New Soviet ManChristian Haase, Rediscovering the Region: The West German Press in the 1970s

Research seminar, 22 February 2017

Date
Wednesday 22 February
Description
Tatyana Zhukova, Premodern Diplomatic Gift-Exchange: An Anglo-Muscovite Example, 1568-1604Katie Donington, Red Rubber in Sepia: Slavery, Memory and Representation in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Careers in History Event

Date
Wednesday 22 February
Description
University of Nottingham History graduates, from a variety of sectors, talk about possible careers after graduating. Open to all students in the Department of History.

Research seminar, 15 March 2017

Date
Wednesday 15 March
Description
Giorgio Riello, Gifts and the Material Life of Embassies: The Franco-Siamese Exchange of the Late 17th Century

Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature AGM and Lecture

Date
Saturday 18 March
Description
A teach-in with staff and students about recent events in the US - and the UK!

Research seminar, 29 March 2017

Date
Wednesday 29 March
Description
Jeremy Taylor, Visual Histories of the Japanese Occupation of ChinaAnna Toropova, Science, Medicine and the Spectator in Early Soviet Russia

The History Festival 2017

Date
Wednesday 5 - Friday 7 April
Description
A 3-day history festival with talks, workshops and guided walks taking place across the University of Nottingham and the city.

Research seminar, 5 April 2017

Date
Wednesday 5 April
Description
Matthew Ward, The Culture of Loyalty in Fifteenth-Century EnglandAnna Rich-Abad, Jewish Women's Economic Activities in Barcelona at the Time of the Black Death

British Agricultural History Society workshop

Date
Wednesday 3 May
Description
Call for Papers and event registration for this workshop on British agricultural history.

The 20s30s Network Symposium on Display

Date
Friday 5 - Saturday 6 May
Description
The 20s30s Network presents a two-day workshop on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May 2017 which will explore the theme of 'Display'.

The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature AGM and lecture

Date
Saturday 6 May
Description
The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature present their annual public lecture hosted by the Department of History at the University of Nottingham.

Research seminar, 10 May 2017

Date
Wednesday 10 May
Description
Sarah Holland, Public History in the Curriculum and Beyond; Richard Gaunt, Rebellion in Action: The Curatorial View

University Open Days 2017: History

Date
Friday 30 June - Saturday 1 July
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying history at the University of Nottingham.

East Midlands First World War Discovery Day

Date
Monday 4 September
Description
A WW1 Discovery Day workshop for individuals and community groups interested in commemorating and investigating the First World War.

Local history seminar - Saturday 14 October 2017

Date
Saturday 14 October
Description
Jenny Alexander (University of Warwick) on Lincoln Cathedral's Angel Choir in the later-medieval period

Research seminar - An Anti-Permissive Permissive Society? Public Opinion and Social Change in Postwar Britain

Date
Wednesday 25 October
Description
Marcus Collins, An Anti-Permissive Permissive Society? Public Opinion and Social Change in Postwar Britain

Research seminar, 8 November 2017

Date
Wednesday 8 November
Description
Alexandra Marchbank, Bodies and Burials in Late Medieval Women's Wills AND Jonathan Kwan, Heinrich Jaques (1831-1894) and his Milieu

Local history seminar - Saturday 11 November 2017

Date
Saturday 11 November
Description
Richard Gaunt (University of Nottingham) on the Pentrich Rebels

Wartime imaginings of an archipelagic community

Date
Thursday 16 November
Description
IAPS and COTCA host Dr Sandra Khor Manickam on 'Wartime imaginings of an archipelagic community: Fajar Asia and the quest for peninsula Malayan and Indonesian Unity'

Research seminar, 22 November 2017

Date
Wednesday 22 November
Description
Hannes Ziegler (GHIL), Elusive Diplomacy: Saxon Conflict Management in the later Sixteenth Century
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