Monday, 14 September 2015

History Seminar Series, Sept-December, 2015

All sessions take place on Wednesdays at 4:30pm in Lipman room 121.

30 Sept
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom delegation
leaving the White House after meeting with President Roosevelt,
September 30, 1936. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Jon Coburn (Northumbria), "'I have chosen the illuminating death': Alice Herz, Norman Morrison, and immolation in American memory."   

14 Oct   
Sarah Hellawell (Northumbria), "'Peace is not a mere denial of war': the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1915 – 1939."

28 Oct   
Graeme Morton (Dundee), "Adaptations to meteorological variation: indications from Scotland's history."

18 Nov   
Andrew Wathey (Northumbria), "Philippe de Vitry at Meaux."

25 Nov  
Mixed Humanities seminar: Tom Lawson, Julie Scanlon and Fiona Shaw.

9 Dec   
Sophie Cooper (Edinburgh), "'O’Meara was a far better Irishman than Rafferty': being ‘Irish’ in nineteenth century Chicago."

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