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Japan’s role in WW1 from a military history perspective

Wednesday 18 January 2017, 5.30PM

Department of History Research Seminars, Spring 2017

Ian Gow will talk about 'Japan’s Role in WW1: A Reassessment from a Military History Perspective', followed by drinks in the History Department.

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event - no tickets are required. Please contact the convenors of the series Dr Tom Johnson or Dr Amanda Behm with any questions.

This event is part of the Department of History's Spring 2017 research seminar series. The department runs a lively and diverse programme of seminars during the Autumn and Spring term each year (usually from Week 2 to Week 9).

Full programme for this season:
18 January
(week 2)
Ian Gow - Japan’s Role in WW1: A Reassessment from a Military History Perspective

25 January
(week 3) 

Niall McKay - Weighing the Fog of War: A Bayesian Study of the Battle of the Dogger Bank, 1915
1 February (week 4) Benjamin Ziemann - Conversion and Confessional Identity in Nazi Germany: The Case of Martin Niemoeller
8 February (week 5) Antje Flüchter - Perceptions of Indian statehood in Early-modern Germany
15 February (week 6) Peter Lambert - Facts, Fictions and Counterfactuals: Imagining the Eighth-Century Saxon Wars in Nazi Germany
22 February (week 7) Zubin Mistry - The consecration of Ermentrude (866): Rites of Queenship and the Grammar of Carolingian Fertility
1 March (week 8) Geraint Thomas - The General Strike and the Political Imaginary in Interwar Britain
8 March (week 9) Jim Amelang - The Reformed Spaniards: Complicating Conversion in 1620s London

Location: Vanbrugh College (room V/123), University of York