German Historical Institute London – Seminars Autumn 2015

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Date / time
Date(s) - 6 October - 10 December
5:30 pm

Location
German Historical Institute, London

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For full and detailed information on the seminars, visit:  http://www.ghil.ac.uk/seminars_and_lectures.html

6 October 2015

Martin Mulsow (Erfurt/Gotha) “Drugs and Oriental Studies in the Seventeenth Century: Towards an Intellectual History beyond East and West”

20 October 2015

Elizabeth Harvey (Nottingham) “gender, Race and the Wartime Workforce: The Nazi Labour Administration and Female Forced Labour from Occupied Eastern Europe”

27 October 2015

Lawrence Goldman (London) “Founding the Welfare State: The Collective Biography of William Beveridge, R H Tawney, and William Temple”

24 November 2015

Joanna Bourke (London) “‘Going Ballistic’: A New History of Aggression”

10 December 2015

Klaus Weinhauer (Bielefeld) “The Return of the ‘Many Headed Hydra’? Protect, Social Movements, and Violence in the Phase of Global Upheaval (c. 1916-23)

In conjunction with the Seminar in Modern German History, Institute of Historical Research

 

Seminars are held at 5.30pm in the Seminar Room of the German Historical Institute, 17 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2NJ. tea is available from 5.00pm in the Common Room, and wine is served after the seminars.

Please check for any last minute changes on 020 7309 2050 or visit:  http://www.ghil.ac.uk