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HAP programme of lectures 2017-18

HAP Programme of lectures 2017-18

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Introduction to HAP:

By Dr Rachel Leow; Wednesday 4 October 11.50  (following Welcome and Introduction to the Faculty at 11.00) Lady Mitchell Hall


Michaelmas Term 2017

Historiography, themes and approaches:  

Thursdays 2-3pm             Room 9, Mill Lane Lecture Rooms

5 October

Historiography of the ancient world

Dr Rebecca Flemming

12 October

Medieval historiography

Prof John Arnold

19 October Renaissance and Reformation historiography

Dr Arnold Hunt

26 October The Enlightenment Miss Sylvana Tomaselli
2 November Whig history

Dr Matt Neal

9 November Marxist history Dr Waseem Yaqoob
16 November

The challenge to Eurocentric historiography

Dr Leigh Denault
23 November Revolutions in history

Dr Mark Smith


Concepts and problems:

Mondays 2-3pm          LG19, Faculty of Law                
9 October Religion Dr Simone Maghenzani
16 October Race Dr Nick Guyatt

23 October


Dr Tom Simpson

30 October Gender

Prof John Arnold

6 November International history Dr Pedro Ramos Pinto
13 November Intellectual history Prof John Robertson
20 November Cultural history

Prof Peter Mandler

27 November Quantitative history Dr Amy Erickson


Lent Term 2018

Historiography, themes and approaches:  

Thursdays 2-3pm  

Room 9, Mill Lane Lecture Rooms
18 January Environmental history Dr Paul Warde
25 January Social history Dr Lucy Delap

1 February

Polotical history

Dr Nicki Kindersley

8 February Economic history

Dr Leigh Shaw-Taylor 

15 February

Comparative history

Dr Renaud Morieux


Concepts and problems:

Mondays 2-3pm    LG19, Faculty of Law
22 January Postmodernism Dr Sam James
29 January Memory

Dr Helen Roche

5 February Time

Dr Allegra Fryxell

12 February Power Prof David Reynolds
19 February Nations and states Prof Gary Gerstle
26 February           Global and transnational history Dr Andrew Arsan
5 March Empires Dr Sujit Sivasundaram
12 March History, policy and public history Prof Simon Szreter


Easter Term 2018


For Part II historians preparing for Paper 1

Monday 30 April 2-3pm       LG19, Faculty of Law 

How to do HAP with Dr Rachel Leow, HAP convenor