Festival in Turin, October 1650, by G. Boetto. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, public domain
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The central premise of modern ethnobotany – the study of people-plant relations – is that sustainable [...]
By 1914 most of the forms of pleasure that we associate with the West End of London had been established. It was a global [...]
Join us on 11 October for the first lecture of our new series in collaboration with the Fritz Thyssen Foundation. The imperial and colonial [...]
Beyond The Truth: Misinformation and Credibility in Early Modern Diplomacy. Splendid Encounters X. Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Early Modern World Conference dates - [...]
The Migration History Seminar presents exciting new research, wide ranging in geography and chronology and in how migration is defined. Migration is one of the [...]
The Anne Lister Research Summit is a free online conference, brings people together to share knowledge and develop collaborations across many time zones over the [...]
Acclaimed British actor Paterson Joseph draws from his highly anticipated debut novel to tell the extraordinary story of 18th-century writer, abolitionist and composer Charles [...]
Call for Papers, deadline - 19 August 2022 This conference, organised by the British Commission for Military History in association with the Politics and [...]
Date: Saturday 15th October 2022 Venue: Bristol Central Friends’ Meeting House, Champion Square, St Judes, Bristol BS2 9DB Keynote Speaker: Dr Helen Doe, University [...]
Aula Magna, Via San Gallo, UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE, Italy 14-15 February 2023 PARTNERS: MONITORacism magazine; SAGAS, University of Florence; International Centre on Racism (ICR), [...]