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Michaelmas Term 2019

Thursdays at 5 pm. Drinks will be served before the discussion.  

All meetings will be in the Castlereagh Room in the Fisher Building, St John’s College EXCEPT the meeting on 21 November.

 

17th October

A Roundtable on Jon Lawrence's Me, Me, Me? The Search for Community in Post-War England (Oxford, 2019).
Speakers: Lynn Abrams (Glasgow), Jon Lawrence (Exeter), Mike Savage(LSE) and Rob Waters (QMUL)

 

31st October

Renaud Morieux    
‘The Society of Prisoners. Anglo-French Wars and Incarceration in the Eighteenth Century.

 

21st November (Venue: McGrath Centre, St Catharine’s College.)

Joint witness session with Modern Irish History Seminar.
‘The challenges of delivering the Good Friday Agreement: a conversation with three former secretaries of state for Northern Ireland’.
Speakers: Lords John Reid, Paul Murphy, Peter Hain and Des Browne. Registration essential.

 

28th November - cancelled due to industrial action

George Severs
‘Labours of love? HIV/AIDS, activism and work.’

 

Convenors:

Lucy Delap
Niamh Gallagher
(coordinator)
Helen McCarthy
Renaud Morieux
Jon Parry

 

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

 

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The Faculty is currently accepting applications for the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship match funding by the Isaac Newton Trust. Deadline: 12 pm (noon) on Thursday 2 January 2020.

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