Events in 2011-12

Contested histories and the parameters of resistance

Tuesday 3 July 2012

One-day interdisciplinary postgraduate conference

Substance in Early Modern Philosophy

Saturday 30 June 2012

Memorial conference for Roger Woolhouse

Jennifer Johnston

Friday 29 June 2012

Interview and reading from her new work

World-Systems Research Day

Friday 29 June 2012

Following on from Professor Wallerstein’s public lecture on 28th June, there will be an exciting world systems research day that responds to his work on capitalist modernity and the structural crisis of capitalism.

Structural crisis of the capitalist world-system: How serious? How long? Endpoint?

Thursday 28 June 2012

Professor Immanuel Wallerstein (Yale)

The City of London

Thursday 28 June 2012

Sir Nicholas Kenyon (Barbican, London) celebrates the wide variety of architecture found within the Square Mile

York Festival of Ideas New Writers' Day

Saturday 23 June 2012

Activities for children, talks by new writers, live music and creative writing workshops

Desiring Fashion: The Consumption and Dissemination of Dress 1750-1850

Saturday 23 June 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies day conference

Ovid and After

Friday 22 June 2012

How have the lively, strange, funny and disturbing tales of Ovid's Metamorphoses found their way into the throught and character of many later literary works? How can we track their influence and enjoy their mutabilities? Part of the York Festival of Ideas

Prison Fictions and Writing Imprisonment

Thursday 21 June 2012

Exploring a variety of approaches to writing about incarceration and the experience of imprisonment from a range of different perspectives

The Proposition - HRC Research Support for Early Career Researchers

Thursday 21 June 2012

Week 9 Proposition workshop with Philip Morris and Sarah Burton

Pakistani Women's Writing: Generational Influences and Literary Examples

Tuesday 19 June 2012

A Writers at York event with Kamila Shamsie, the Department of English Writer in Residence, in conversation.

Viva la Revolution!

Monday 18 June 2012

In conversation with Dave Musgrove, Editor of BBC History Magazine, Historian Derry Nairn will present his new book Viva La Revolution!

Re-writing royal power in medieval and Tudor England

Monday 18 June 2012

Professor Mark Ormrod and Dr John Cooper discuss how we reconstruct the careers and characters of historical figures

A reading by historian and author Alison Weir

Sunday 17 June 2012

The historian and novelist, Alison Weir, will read from her new novel, Mary Boleyn, The Great and Infamous Whore/Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings.

Rock and Roll Politics

Sunday 17 June 2012

Author Alex Preston debates 'Rock and Roll Politics' with Helen Boaden, BBC News Group Director

Anthony Horowitz in conversation

Saturday 16 June 2012

Author Anthony Horowitz in conversation with the Director of the Humanities Research Centre, Professor Judith Buchanan.

The social value of public organisations

Friday 15 June 2012

The Jane Moody Memorial Event

Everyday Cities and Ordinary Lives: Ordinary Lives in Extraordinary Cities

Friday 15 June 2012

One-day conference organised by the Centre for Modern Studies and the Centre for Urban Research

The Proposition - The Audio Network

Thursday 14 June 2012

Week 8 Proposition workshop with Helena Daffern (Audio Lab, Electronics) and Dominic Watt (Language and Linguistics)

Are you receiving me? An interdisciplinary colloquium looking at disability and communication

Wednesday 13 June 2012

A range of speakers will be exploring disability and communication in a research colloquium format.

Financial Incentives in Health

Wednesday 13 June 2012

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories seminar series

Then and now: Viewing the transatlantic slave trade over forty years

Tuesday 12 June 2012

EUROTAST Inaugural lecture by Professor James Walvin

Landscape and the Local: A Workshop

Saturday 9 June 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies/ Department of History of Art workshop

The Proposition - Building Impact into AHRC Proposals

Friday 8 June 2012

Week 7 Proposition workshop with guest speaker Conny Carter, AHRC Impact and Policy Manager

From judgement to atonement: Sculpture at Strasbourg, Lincoln and Naumburg

Wednesday 6 June 2012

History of Art guest lecture

The Proposition - Building Research Networks

Thursday 31 May 2012

Week 6 Proposition workshop with Mike Beaney (Philosophy) and Elizabeth Tyler (English)

Authenticity

Thursday 31 May 2012

CModS postgraduate forum second annual symposium

Carving a Legacy: Queen Anne and the Politics of Public Sculpture

Tuesday 29 May 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies research seminar with Claudine van Hensergen, University of York

A Willfulness Archive

Thursday 24 May 2012

Lecture by Professor Sara Ahmed, co-hosted by the Postcolonial Perspectives Reading Group and the CModS Postgraduate Forum

The Proposition - AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards

Thursday 24 May 2012

Week 5 Proposition workshop with Jonathan Finch (Archaeology) and Michael White (History of Art)

The Dream of Psychoanalysis

Wednesday 23 May 2012

Lecture by Adam Phillips, Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature

Postgraduate Seminar - Adam Phillips

Wednesday 23 May 2012

The final in a series of three postgraduate seminars by Visiting Professor, Adam Phillips

Invention, Philosophy and Technology in the Seventeenth Century

Wednesday 23 May 2012

Thomas Browne Symposium

Interview with Tanya Gerstle

Tuesday 22 May 2012

Interview with one of Australia's leading directors and actor trainers

Double Acts: Conrad, Ford, and the Romance of Collaboration

Saturday 19 May 2012

Lecture by Professor Max Saunders (King's College, London) - part of a day of events commemorating Professor Jacques Berthoud

Italiano attraverso l’Arte – A mini-conference on Italian Art in Italian

Saturday 19 May 2012

This mini-conference is the latest in a series of annual events dedicated to promoting the Italian language and culture in York, organized by staff of Languages for All with assistance from the City of York Council.

Knowing Oneself: What Could be Easier

Thursday 17 May 2012

Department of Philosophy 'Know Thyself' Open Course Lecture

Seventeenth-Century Gothic

Wednesday 16 May 2012

Department of History of Art Architectural History and Theory Research School Event

Parody and Play in Blake's Composite Art

Tuesday 15 May 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies research seminar with Michael Philips, University of York

Exhibiting Shakespeare

Tuesday 15 May 2012

The annual Patrides lecture, given this year by Professor Jonathan Bate, Worcester College, Oxford

Transition in the Medieval World

Saturday 12 May 2012

A two-day multidisciplinary conference

Gordon Baldwin: Objects for a Landscape: Sculptural Ceramics

Friday 11 May 2012

Join a group of experts to find out more about the field of sculptural ceramics

People Who Believe in Nothing: Intolerable Thoughts in Late Renaissance Italy

Thursday 10 May 2012

Professor Edward Muir of Northwestern University will deliver the 9th Annual Aylmer Lecture

My Truth About Prison

Wednesday 9 May 2012

Prison Fictions and Human rights event with Erwin James, writer and Guardian columnist

Music, Space and Sociability in the Renaissance

Wednesday 9 May 2012

CREMS Workshop with Helen Wilcox (Bangor) and Richard Wistreich (RNCM)

Public-Private Partnerships in Health

Wednesday 9 May 2012

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories seminar series

The Natural History of 'Frankenstein'

Tuesday 8 May 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies research seminar with Sharon Ruston, University of Salford

Launch of Centre for Medieval Literature

Tuesday 8 May 2012

Launch of the Centre for Medieval Literature, located at the University of Southern Denmark and the University of York and funded by the Danish National Research Foundation

Dissent: On Not Following the Crowd

Thursday 3 May 2012

Department of Philosophy 'Know Thyself' Open Course Lecture

CANCELLED - Reality TV: Truth or Fiction?

Thursday 3 May 2012

Talk by Sebastian Cody, independent TV producer

The Idea of the Animal (in Animal Rights Discourse)

Wednesday 2 May 2012

Prison Fictions and Human Rights event with Dr Robert McKay, University of Sheffield

Beyond the Frame: Contemporary Cuban Art

Wednesday 2 May 2012

Department of History of Art event

Object relative clauses can ease processing load

Wednesday 2 May 2012

Department of Language and Linguistic Science Colloquium with Helen Goodluck (University of York)

General Humiliation

Tuesday 1 May 2012

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies Research Seminar with Mary Favret, University of Indiana

Pejoratives - The Meaning of Bad Taste Predicates

Tuesday 1 May 2012

Royal Institute of Philosophy public lecture by Dr Nenad Miščević, Central European University

Narrative workshop: Performativity, Beckett, Music

Tuesday 1 May 2012

Centre for Modern Studies narrative workshop with Emilie Morin (English) and Catherine Laws (Music)

What did Bain really say?  

Monday 30 April 2012

Department of Language and Linguistic Science special lecture by Geoffrey Stewart Morrison (University of New South Wales)

The Two Cultures: Visual Art and Science c.1800-2011

Thursday 26 April 2012

Interdisciplinary postgraduate conference

Imprisonment and the eighteenth-century novel: The enchanted castle and the hell mouth

Tuesday 24 April 2012

Prison Fictions and Human Rights event with Lucy Powell, UCL

Patient Safety

Wednesday 4 April 2012

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories seminar series

Outside His Jurisfiction: Interrogating James Joyce's Non-Fiction

Friday 23 March 2012

A three-day international conference

Perceptual Learning & Perceptual Recognitio​n Workshop

Monday 19 March 2012

Two day workshop organised by the Department of Philosophy

Renaissance Reincarnations

Saturday 17 March 2012

CREMS Symposium

The York Jewish History Trail

Friday 16 March 2012

Professor Helen Weinstein will lead a walk to mark the anniversary of the 1190 Massacre of the Jews at Clifford's Tower in York.

The Proposition: Medical Humanities

Friday 16 March 2012

Come along to hear about funding opportunities and share news of current and developing projects in the medical humanities

Writing in Troubled Times

Wednesday 14 March 2012

Talk by renowned Ivoirian writer, academic and artist Véronique Tadjo

Alice Oswald reading

Tuesday 13 March 2012

Poet Alice Oswald will be reading from her latest work.

On 'The Wire'

Tuesday 13 March 2012

The final CModS postgraduate forum interdisciplinary session of the term, pairing PhD candidates Tim Lawrence and Andrew Munzer on the theme of American Stories/American Spaces

Celebrating the life of Jane Moody

Friday 9 March 2012

Service of celebration and thanksgiving in York Minster

Spencer Reece poetry reading

Thursday 8 March 2012

Modern School event

Defining Disability in Eighteenth-Century England

Tuesday 6 March 2012

CECS Research Seminar with David Turner (University of Aberystwyth)

Mr Darcy in the bath and other temptations: adapting the classic novel for television

Monday 5 March 2012

An illustrated lecture from celebrated screenwriter, Andrew Davies

Cubism and the Nineteenth Century

Monday 5 March 2012

Department of History of Art research seminar with Professor T.J. Clark

How to Make Secrets: Pesticides, Nerve Gas and Knowledge Transfer in the Cold War

Thursday 1 March 2012

Department of History Research Seminar with Brian Balmer (University College, London)

’Such Place, such Men, such Language & such Ware’: The Theatre of London¹s Fairs

Wednesday 29 February 2012

CREMS Research Seminar with Professor Tiffany Stern (Oxford)

Narrative and Contingency: Turning the Pages of the Eighteenth-Century Marriage Plot

Tuesday 28 February 2012

CECS Research Seminar with Christina Lupton (University of Michigan)

What Do Animals Think?

Tuesday 28 February 2012

Department of Philosophy Public Lecture by Professor Tim Crane, Cambridge University

Aesthetic perceptions

Tuesday 28 February 2012

CModS postgraduate forum seminar

Digital Humanities Symposium: Virtualisation and Heritage

Saturday 25 February 2012

A one-day conference sponsored by the Department of Theatre, Film and Television and the Humanities Research Centre

Loyalist Opposition to the American Revolution: Comparative Colonialism and the British Atlantic

Thursday 23 February 2012

Department of History Research Seminar with Liam Riordan (University of Maine)

Centre for the Americas Inaugural Lecture

Wednesday 22 February 2012

Professor Philip D. Morgan, 'A Tale of Two Hamiltons: North American-Caribbean Crossings in the Eighteenth Century'

Mining the Meaning: David Peace's 'GB84' and the 1984-5 UK Miners' Strike

Monday 20 February 2012

Modern School Research Seminar with Dr Katy Shaw (University of Brighton)

The Guthlac Roll and artistic process: a reassessment of the evidence

Monday 20 February 2012

History of Art research seminar with Rosie Mills, Visiting V&A fellow at the University of York

Nietzsche: Knowing Oneself by Creating Oneself

Thursday 16 February 2012

Department of Philosophy 'Know Thyself' Open Course Lecture

Passion and Conflict: Persecution, Martyrdom and Marriage in Early Modern Anabaptism

Thursday 16 February 2012

Department of History research seminar with Katharina Reinholt (Universitat de Saarlandes)

The Telegraphic Image: Lemonnier, Chappe and Haiti

Tuesday 14 February 2012

CECS Research Seminar with Richard Taws (University College, London)

Juggling with Machetes: The US Occupation of Nicaragua, 1927-1933

Thursday 9 February 2012

Department of History research seminar with Alex Goodall (University of York)

Food, Faith, and Conversion in the Early Modern World

Wednesday 8 February 2012

Eric Dursteler (Brigham Young University, US) CREMS Research Seminar

Faces in the Library: Sir Joshua Reynolds's 'Streatham Worthies'

Tuesday 7 February 2012

CECS research seminar with Mark Hallett (University of York)

'La vie moderne'

Tuesday 7 February 2012

CModS postgraduate forum seminar

Speaking the Speech: Actors, Scripts, Performances

Monday 6 February 2012

Department of Theatre, Film and Television Theatre Inaugural lectures

The Conscious Self

Thursday 2 February 2012

Department of Philosophy 'Know Thyself' Open Course Lecture

The Form of Formlessness: Medieval Taxonomies of Skin, Flesh and the Human

Thursday 2 February 2012

Medieval Literatures Research Seminar with Dr Katie Walter (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum)

The Hospital Crisis in Post-war Britain and France, 1918-1928

Thursday 2 February 2012

Department of History research seminar with Barry Doyle (University of Huddersfield)

Authors for Peace Seminar with Priya Basil

Thursday 2 February 2012

Seminar hosted by the English Society and the Aftermaths Research Strand, with support from Writers at York

Bookgroup with Priya Basil

Wednesday 1 February 2012

Aftermaths research strand and York English Society event

The Sacred or the Profane: Art, Religion, Amnesia

Monday 30 January 2012

Department of History of Art research seminar

The York Jewish History Trail

Friday 27 January 2012

Walking tour led by Professor Helen Weinstein and History intern students from the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP)

Parker Tyler, Mae West and Queer Fandom

Thursday 26 January 2012

Centre for Modern Studies Postgraduate Forum event

African Footballers in Sweden: Race, Immigration, and Integration in the Age of Globalization

Thursday 26 January 2012

Department of History research seminar with Carl G. Scott (Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota)

Freud Gets Married

Wednesday 25 January 2012

Lecture by Adam Phillips, Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature

Outgrowing Adonis, outgrowing Ovid: the disorienting narrative of Venus and Adonis

Wednesday 25 January 2012

Subha Mukherji (Downing College, Cambridge) CREMS Research Seminar

Postgraduate Seminar - Adam Phillips

Wednesday 25 January 2012

The second in a series of three seminars by Adam Phillips, Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature

Turner and Reynolds: Authority, Instruction and Institutional Ambition

Tuesday 24 January 2012

CECS Research Seminar with Sam Smiles (University of Plymouth)

Sperm Bomb: Art, Feminism, and the American war in Vietnam

Monday 23 January 2012

Department of History of Art research seminar with Professor Mignon Nixon (Courtauld Institute of Art)

Drawing on the Holocaust

Monday 23 January 2012

Aftermaths Spring workshop

Art in China: Global Challenges and Opportunities in Presenting the Art of Other Civilisations

Monday 23 January 2012

History of Art lecture by visiting Professor Ding Ning from Peking University

Losing Oneself (In a Good Way)

Thursday 19 January 2012

Department of Philosophy 'Know Thyself' open course lecture

'The Making of a French Regionalist: Jean Baffier (1851-1920)

Thursday 19 January 2012

Department of History research seminar with Daniel de Groff (Queen Mary, University of London)

Book launch and poetry reading

Tuesday 17 January 2012

Launch of two poetry collections by Carole Bromley and Paul Munden

Time Lines: On the Drawings of Anthony McCall

Monday 16 January 2012

Department of History of Art research seminar

Debating Multidirectional Memory

Friday 13 January 2012

'Translating Freedom' event with Professor Michael Rothberg

Poverty and Progress? Rowntree's York, 1899-2001

Wednesday 11 January 2012

Event on the history of poverty and social mobility in York

Lives of Greek Artists: Creating Creators in Ancient Texts and Modern Art History

Monday 9 January 2012

Department of History of Art research seminar

Sharing Shakespeare? Jointly-Authored Plays on Stage

Wednesday 14 December 2011

Varsha Panjwani (York) CREMS Research Seminar

A Dangerous Liaison? The analytic engagement with Continental philosophy

Friday 9 December 2011

Postgraduate conference hosted by CHiPhi and the HRC

The Radical Impact of the King James Bible 1611-2011

Thursday 8 December 2011

Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture annual lecture delivered by Lord Melvyn Bragg

Postcolonial perspectives

Thursday 8 December 2011

Postgraduate reading group meeting

Standing in defiance of nature?: Imperial change in British West Africa, 1900-39

Wednesday 7 December 2011

Department of History research seminar with Chris Prior, University College Dublin

Torture as a Challenge to the Health Professions and to WHO

Wednesday 7 December 2011

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories Seminar Series

The impact and politics of inequality

Tuesday 6 December 2011

A public lecture on inequality by Professor Kate Pickett and Professor Richard Wilkinson

Hume's Critique of Religion

Monday 5 December 2011

Royal Institute of Philosophy public lecture by Professor Susan James

The Grand Tour in Britain and Ireland

Saturday 3 December 2011

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies Autumn Term workshop

Writing the Sixties

Friday 2 December 2011

History of Art event

Is it bad for us to die?

Thursday 1 December 2011

Philosophy Open Course Lecture by Dr Chris Belshaw

Comparative Histories: Sport and Medicine in the long 20th Century

Thursday 1 December 2011

Department of History research seminar with Vanessa Heggie, University of Cambridge

The Proposition: Medical Humanities

Thursday 1 December 2011

Led by Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Department of History

Environmental Law

Wednesday 30 November 2011

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories Seminar Series

Spaces of Popular Politics in Northern England, 1789-1848

Tuesday 29 November 2011

CECS research seminar with Dr Katrina Navickas

The nice and the nasty: Towards a consensus morality

Monday 28 November 2011

Baroness Mary Warnock

Book launch - 'Feeding the Cat' and 'A Roof of Red Tiles'

Friday 25 November 2011

Launch of two anthologies of poems and short stories by Cinammon Press

Do good fences make good neighbours? Living with heretics in early modern Savoy

Thursday 24 November 2011

Department of History research seminar with Graeme Murdoch, Trinity College Dublin

Did Gertrude Know? Some problems in performing Shakespeare

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Cantor Modern Art public lecture, presented by the Department of Theatre, Film and Television

Up To A Point: The Psychoanalyst and the Essay

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Public lecture by Professor Adam Philips, writer and psychoanalyst

Postgraduate Seminar - Adam Phillips

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Department of English postgraduate seminar with Visiting Professor, Adam Phillips

Archaeology and the Material Past in the Public Realm

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past afternoon conference with Michael Wood

'Stupendous Elephants' and 'Ravenous Hyenas': Looking and Learning in the Travelling Menagerie

Tuesday 22 November 2011

CECS research seminar with Helen Cowie

Writing fictional histories of early Netherlandish art

Monday 21 November 2011

History of Art departmental seminar with Jeanne Nuechterlein

The virtues of character

Thursday 17 November 2011

Philosophy Open Course Lecture by Dr Debbie Roberts

Contesting the Constitution: the debate over parliamentary reform in early seventeenth-century Scotland

Thursday 17 November 2011

Department of History research seminar with Laura Stewart, Birkbeck College

Postcolonial perspectives

Thursday 17 November 2011

Postgraduate reading group meeting

Resources, Methodologies and Directions in the History of Medicine

Thursday 17 November 2011

The inaugural meeting of the Wellcome UK-Brazil Network for the History of Medicine

FR Leavis and British Student Protests, 1963-1974

Wednesday 16 November 2011

Modern School seminar with Dr David M Fowler, University of Cambridge

'My kingdom is not of this world': Hobbes's verse history of the Church, 1659-1722

Wednesday 16 November 2011

Professor Justin Champion, Royal Holloway, University of London, CREMS Research Seminar

Between Words and Images

Wednesday 16 November 2011

'Aftermaths' research workshop

Numbering the People: Wordsworth's 'We Are Seven' and the Beginnings of Social Inquiry

Tuesday 15 November 2011

CECS research seminar with Dr Heather Glen

An Empire of Machines: Britain in the Second World War

Thursday 10 November 2011

Department of History research seminar with David Edgerton, Imperial College

The Proposition: Building European Networks

Thursday 10 November 2011

led by Elizabeth Tyler, Department of English and Related Literature

Detachment: Books and Friends in post 1970s Critique

Tuesday 8 November 2011

CECS research seminar with Professor Julie Carlson

Militants, Visionaries and Martyrs: the Middle Ages and the British Women's Suffrage Movement

Tuesday 8 November 2011

The annual Riddy Lecture, given this year by Professor Carolyn Collette of Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts

The self and how to know it

Thursday 3 November 2011

Philosophy Open Course Lecture by Dr Nick Jones

What Londoners really thought of Richard II: the case of John Rykener 'the Transvestite' male prostitute

Thursday 3 November 2011

Department of History research seminar with Jeremy Goldberg

Asbestos Pollution

Wednesday 2 November 2011

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories Seminar Series

Black Identity in Education

Monday 31 October 2011

Discussion to mark Black History Month

Leonardo da Vinci's Treatise on Painting: Was It a Catholic Reformation Text?

Monday 31 October 2011

History of Art departmental seminar with Professor Claire Farago

Yorkshire Place-Names in the Early Middle Ages

Saturday 29 October 2011

Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland annual day conference

Elizabeth I: The Virgin Queen

Thursday 27 October 2011

Public lecture by Alison Weir, author and historian

Postcolonial perspectives

Thursday 27 October 2011

Postgraduate reading group meeting

CANCELLED - The Proposition: New Research in the Humanities

Thursday 27 October 2011

A 5x5x10 session featuring current PhD students

Goods and Debts in the Medieval Mediterranean

Wednesday 26 October 2011

Department of History Research Seminar with Daniel Smail, Harvard

Portraits & Powerhouses: New Perspectives on Georgian Life

Wednesday 26 October 2011

A review of current doctoral research into the Georgian period, hosted by the History of Art Department in collaboration with the York Georgian Society

Radical Youth: On the Politics of Eighteenth-Century Children's Literature

Tuesday 25 October 2011

CECS research seminar with Dr Matthew Grenby

'Lumumba' film screening

Monday 24 October 2011

A rare screening of Raoul Peck’s extraordinary film about Patrice Lumumba to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

Bright Side of the Landscape

Monday 24 October 2011

History of Art departmental seminar with Professor TJ Clark

Social Change in Post-War Britain: biographical accounts from the 1958 National Child Development Study

Thursday 20 October 2011

Department of History research seminar with Mike Savage, Sociology

Spectres Haunting ... Postcommunism and Postcolonialism

Wednesday 19 October 2011

Modern School guest lecture by Professor Neil Lazarus

Music and the English Reformation

Wednesday 19 October 2011

Jonathan Willis, Birmingham University CREMS Research Seminar

'To see oursels as others see us!': How did Burns read Adam Smith?

Tuesday 18 October 2011

The annual Stephen Copley lecture given by Professor Nigel Leask of the University of Glasgow

Launch of the University of York PALAEO Centre

Tuesday 18 October 2011

Launch of PALAEO, the Centre for Human Palaeoecology & Evolutionary Origins

Bookgroup with Ellen Banda-Aaku

Monday 17 October 2011

Reading and discussion of her novel 'Patchwork', winner of the Penguin Prize for African Writing

Environmental Health in BRIC

Wednesday 12 October 2011

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories Seminar Series

Things Unspeakable: Theatre after 1945

Friday 7 October 2011

A three-day international, interdisciplinary conference on theatre and human rights

The Proposition: Patronage

Wednesday 5 October 2011

A scoping meeting to explore the current Leverhulme theme

Food Security

Wednesday 28 September 2011

University of York, Wellcome Trust and World Health Organisation's Global Health Histories Seminar Series