Posted on 10 November 2017
The event, which will take place between the 24-26 November, will take place at the Yorkshire Museum and the Hospitium and will include a host of talks by PhD students from the Department. Details of the talks which are part of the History Bites sessions can be found below.
|11:10-11:20 (Sat)||Sophie Vohra||The World’s First Railway? The Commemorations of the Stockton and Darlington Railway in the Nineteen and Twentieth Centuries|
|13:30 – 13:40 (Sat)||Ben Walker||Kenneth Stacey Morris: A Maverick Medic in the Gold Coast, 1928-1953|
|15:10 – 15:20 (Sat)||Catherine-Rose Hailstone||Gregory of Tours: a real Game of Thrones|
|17:00 – 17:10 (Sat)||Devin Dattan||The Role of the Adventurer in Victorian Society|
|11:40-11:50 (Sun)||Josh King||A Hop, Hobble and a Stump: Amputation & Artificial Limbs in England’s Long Eighteenth Century|
|13:40-13:50 (Sun)||Robert Smith||What good is praise? Flattery, Politics and Charlemagne’s successors|
|15:10-15:20 (Sun)||Tom Lennon||‘Freedom is what we must have’: African-American resistance to racial violence in North Carolina, 1918-1942.|
For further details and to book, please visit the History Weekend website.