History events at the IHR

PechaKucha session.

21 November 2012, 17:15 - 19:15

Event Type: Seminar

Speakers:


1. Tessa Chenowyth

Domestic Service and Domestic Space in London c. 1650 - 1820

 

2. Joe Cozens

War Crime and Popular Politics: Civil-Military Relations in the South East of England, 1793-1821


3. Emma Dowley

Anti- Jacobite Visual Propaganda 1688-1788

 

4. Louise Falcini

Plebeian Cleanliness in Eighteenth-Century London


5. Ellen Filor

‘Home is Everything to Me’: The Global Routes and Imperial Spaces of Border Scots in the East India Company, 1780-1857


6. Elin Jones

Masculinities and Material Culture in the Royal Navy, 1758 – 1815


7. John Levin

ALSATIA: The Debtor Sanctuaries of London, 1660-1724


8. Alexis Harasemovitch-Truax

Subjects at Sea: Navigating Power in the British Mediterranean, 1661-1815


9. Giada Pizzoni

Catholicism in Eighteenth-Century England


10. Elaine Saunders

From Constables to Constabulary: eighteenth and early-nineteenth century systems of policing in Hertfordshire 

Description:

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Venue: Room 104 (Senate House, first floor)

Senate House
Malet Street 
London WC1E 7HU 

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