Upcoming events

Fri
25
Jan
Wed
30
Jan

Global Health Histories Seminar 116: Antimicrobial Resistance

This seminar explores the global challenges presented by antimicrobial resistance

Wed
6
Feb

David Oluwale and the Alchemy of Policing Blackness in Britain

Part of our Spring Research Seminar Series

Wed
13
Feb

Intoxicants and the Invention of ‘Consumption’

Part of our Spring Research Seminar series

Fri
15
Feb

Masters Taster Day

Interested in postgraduate study in the Department of History? Come and meet us!

Tue
19
Feb

Memory, Emotion and Truth: The Posthumous Trial of Joan of Arc

Centre for Medieval Studies Spring York Medieval Lecture.

Wed
20
Feb

Family and kinship in medieval Europe: where are we now?

Part of our Spring research seminar series

Thu
21
Feb
Tue
26
Feb

Arts and Humanities Virtual Open Day

Thinking about postgraduate study? Find out more at our Virtual Open Day!

Wed
27
Feb
Wed
6
Mar

Fantasy, Celibacy, and the Good Life in Renaissance Venice

Part of our Spring Research Seminar series

Thu
7
Mar

Translatio Imperii from Pharaonic Egypt to Renaissance Istanbul (via Augustan Rome): A Test Case for 'Ottoman Humanism'

Giancarlo Casale (European University Institute Florence/University of Minnesota)

Sat
16
Mar

Protest, Politics and Poetry: Peterloo at 200

An academic day conference commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre from a variety of perspectives; literary, historical, and in terms of material culture.

Sun
7
Apr
Thu
25
Apr

The Architecture of Conversion and the Early Modern Stage

Abigail Shinn (Department of English, Goldsmiths London)

Past events

'Repressions are necessary; the hype is not': Explaining terror in Soviet terms, 1917-1940

Wednesday 23 January 2019

Part of our Spring research seminar series

Radio's Vernacular Modernism

Wednesday 23 January 2019

CModS research seminar with Professor Kate Lacey (University of Sussex). Part of the 'Histories of Listening' event.

Global Health Histories Seminar 115: The WHO's Public Information Activities in Historical Perspective

Monday 21 January 2019

This installment in the Global Health Histories series looks back at historic WHO public information strategies

Converting pagans and feeding babies in early medieval England

Wednesday 16 January 2019

Part of our Spring Research Seminar series

The politics of violence, glue-sniffing, and liberation: making 1968 in Japan

Wednesday 28 November 2018

Part of our autumn seminar series

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