Friday, 15 January 2016

History Seminar Programme, Semester 2, 2015-16

20 Jan: Stan Neal (Northumbria), '"A new system of slavery": Jardine, Matheson & Co. and the Chinese passenger trade in the 1840s'. Please note: this session will take place in Lipman 334.

10 Feb: Liam Temple (Northumbria), 'Holy and peculiar people: mysticism in seventeenth-century England'.
An 1896 lithograph of Jefferson Davis.

24 Feb: Len Scales (Durham), 'The 1977 Stuttgart ‘Hohenstaufen’ exhibition: remembering medieval emperors in 1970s Germany'.

16 March: Mixed Humanities seminar: Anja-Silva Goeing, Helen Williams and Daisy Hildyard.

13 April: Robert Cook (Sussex), 'The death of Jefferson Davis, the making of the New South, and the thorny problem of North-South reconciliation after the American Civil War'.

27 April: Kevin O’Sullivan (NUI Galway), 'The saving industry: NGOs and the globalisation of humanitarianism, 1968-85'.

Unless stated otherwise, all sessions take place on Wednesdays at 4:30pm in Lipman room 121.

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