Monday, 9 February 2015

Semester 2 History Seminar Series

The next history seminar is coming up this week.  Northumbria's own Neil Murphy will be giving a paper dealing with Henry VIII and the colonisation of Boulogne, 1544-47.  We hope to see you there.  All sessions take place on Wednesdays at 4:30pm in Lipman room 033.

11 Feb Neil Murphy (Northumbria), ‘The cradle of empire: Henry VIII and the colonisation of Boulogne, 1544-47’.

25 Feb Joseph Hardwick (Northumbria), ‘Special days of worship and national religion in the British Empire, 1800-1914’.

11 March Ultán Gillen (Teesside), ‘Lally Tolendal and French counter-revolutionary ideology’.

25 March Erika Hanna (Edinburgh), '"There’s no banshee now": urban folklore and decline in inner city Dublin during the 1970s’.

29 April Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford), ‘The lives of others: biography, hagiography and the Irish revolution’

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