Wednesday 1 February 2017, 5.30PM
Department of History Research Seminars, Spring 2017
Benjamin Ziemann will talk about 'Conversion and Confessional Identity in Nazi Germany: The Case of Martin Niemoeller', followed by drinks in the History Department.
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:|
|Ian Gow - Japan’s Role in WW1: A Reassessment from a Military History Perspective|
|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