Modern British History

Seminar or event series

The Modern British History seminar showcases new scholarship in the
field, stretching from the 18th to the late 20th centuries and
covering a range of approaches. We invite scholars at all career
stages to present their work, including postgraduates from the
Faculty approaching the completion of their doctorates. This term,
our meetings will be virtual and registration details will be
distributed via the mailing list.

Convenors:
Lucy Delap
Niamh Gallagher (coordinator)
Ben Griffin
Helen McCarthy 
Renaud Morieux
Jon Parry

The Seminar is grateful for the generous support provided by the Trevelyan Fund

Events

Jan
21

Anglicanism, Race and the Inner City: Parochial Domesticity in the long 1980s

Alastair Owens (QMUL)
David Geiringer (QMUL)
Feb
4

Emigration state: race, citizenship and settler imperialism in modern British history, c. 1850-1972

Freddy Foks (Cambridge)
This seminar is co-hosted with the World History Seminar
Feb
18

Citizenship before suffrage? Schoolgirls’ mock elections in Edwardian England

Helen Sunderland (Cambridge)
Mar
4

“I have taken non-genderised progress through my life...until I became a mother”: Generation, Gender and Social Class in Contemporary Britain

Eve Worth (Oxford)