Wednesday 25 October 2017, 5.30PM
Department of History Research Seminars, Autumn 2017
Guy Halsall will talk about 'The Critique of Diabolical Reason: Truth-speaking demons and bishops between Foucault and Derrida', chaired by Lucy Sackville. The event will be followed by drinks in the History Department.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event - no tickets are required.
This event is part of the Department of History's Autumn 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:|
Laura Stewart (York): Publics and Participation in Early Modern Britain
|Emily Robinson (Sussex): The Beautiful and The Sublime: The Emotional Politics of Conservatism in Mid Twentieth-Century Britain|
|18 October (week 4)||John Sabapathy (UCL): Longing and disenchantment amongst some early fourteenth-century Franciscans|
|25 October (week 5)||Guy Halsall (York): The Critique of Diabolical Reason: Truth-speaking demons and bishops between Foucault and Derrida|
|1 November (week 6)||
Claire Judde de Larivière (Toulouse II): Popular Politics and “Ordinary Politicization”: Were Ordinary People Political Actors? The Case of Sixteenth-Century Venice
|8 November (week 7)||Raghav Kishore (York): Imagining the World Health Organisation’s ‘South East Asia Region’ (SEARO): Between Global Politics and Nationalist Designs, 1946-48|
|15 November (week 8)||Christina de Bellaigue (Oxford): Great expectations: childhood, family, and middle class|
|22 November (week 9)||Adrastos Omissi (Glasgow): Civil War and the Collapse of the Roman West in the Third to Fifth Centuries AD
Location: Derwent College (D/L/002) - University of York