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In the Photographic Darkroom
Online and at the University of Westminster, London (UK), June 08–09, 2023 This hybrid two-day event initiates a critical conversation about the largely overlooked space [...]
Corruption, Public Service and the ‘Common Good’ in Western Europe in 19th Century
International Conference | 8-9 June 2023 | 9.30am – 5pm | University of Stirling, Cottrell Building, Room 2V1, Stirlingshire FK9 4LA Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/corruption-public-service-and-the-common-good-in-western-europe-in-19th-tickets-557725651437 Programme [...]
Corruption, the Public Service Ethos and the Common Good in Western Europe in the Nineteenth Century
Keynote Speakers: Dr Ronald Kroeze, Nijmegen University, co-author of A History of Dutch Corruption and Public Morality (1648-1940) (2020), co-editor of Anti-Corruption in History: From [...]
Ecclesiastical History Colloquium
The Ecclesiastical History Colloquium is an annual event hosted by the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History, Oxford Brookes University, with an aim of [...]
Science, Gender and Sociability in a Northern City c. 1775-1820
This is a preliminary announcement to alert you, your students and department to the upcoming conference, ‘Science, Gender and Sociability in a Northern City c. [...]
Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881): His Lives and Afterlives. Celebrating the 220th Anniversary of the Birth of a Victorian Iconoclast
The conference will take place in Paris on Thursday 25 & Friday 26 January 2024. Call for Papers, deadline - 10 June 2023 The Société [...]
Study Day: The Work and Legacies of Charles Thomas Newton
A cross disciplinary approach looking at the career and impact of the curator and classical archaeologist, Charles Thomas Newton, 1816 – 1894. This event [...]
Lords and Masters : Domination in Medieval Normandy (11th-15th Centuries)
Call for Papers, deadline - 15 June 2023 Summary Taking inspiration from Robert Fossier’s important questions on who dominated the territory and inhabitants (la [...]
Imaginative Pasts - Keynote Lecture by Ananya Chakravarti: ‘Whose Imaginative Pasts? The Brahminical Archive and the History of India’
What sets the imaginative work historians do from other modes of imagining the past? If we no longer conceive of the writing of history in [...]
Birkbeck Medieval Seminar: Hygiene and Health in the Middle Ages
The 2023 Birkbeck Medieval Seminar focuses on hygiene in the [...]