IHR diary

History Today at the IHR: understanding the past in the 21st century- Lecture Series
History Today at the IHR: understanding the past in the 21st century- Lecture Series
Lecture
Thursday, 22 March, 6:30pm
IHR Wolfson Room NB01, Basement, IHR
Explanatory Paradigms
Explanatory Paradigms
Research Training
Wednesday, 25 April, 5:30pm
IHR Peter Marshall Room, N204, Second Floor, IHR
Constructing the seapower state: culture, identity and exceptionalism
Constructing the seapower state: culture, identity and exceptionalism
Andrew Lambert (King’s College London)
British Maritime History
Seminar
Tuesday, 19 June, 5:15pm
IHR Wolfson Room NB01, Basement, IHR
Roundtable on Childhood and Youth
Roundtable on Childhood and Youth
Life-Cycles
Seminar
Tuesday, 19 June, 5:30pm
IHR Seminar Room N304, Third Floor, IHR
Ambulant Amateurs’: the rise and fade of the Anglo-German Fellowship
Ambulant Amateurs’: the rise and fade of the Anglo-German Fellowship
Charles Spicer
International History
Seminar
Tuesday, 19 June, 6:00pm
IHR Pollard Seminar Room, N301, Third Floor, IHR
Mapping Migration: Bevis of Hampton in London
Mapping Migration: Bevis of Hampton in London
Amy Burge (Cardiff University)
Interdisciplinary Seminar on Medievalism
Seminar
Wednesday, 20 June, 5:30pm
St Paul’s Cathedral, St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD
Belonging to a fraternity: aliens and formal associations in late medieval London
Belonging to a fraternity: aliens and formal associations in late medieval London
Milan Pajic (University of Cambridge)
Medieval and Tudor London
Seminar
Thursday, 21 June, 5:15pm
Room 349, Third Floor
Engineers, flyovers and empires: the Silvertown Way in Canning Town and ‘the achievement of democracy’, 1929–34
Engineers, flyovers and empires: the Silvertown Way in Canning Town and ‘the achievement of democracy’, 1929–34
David Rooney (Science Museum, London, and Royal Holloway, University of London)
Transport & Mobility History
Seminar
Thursday, 21 June, 5:30pm
IHR Seminar Room N304, Third Floor, IHR
Formal gardening and plant collecting among the city’s 18th century merchants
Formal gardening and plant collecting among the city’s 18th century merchants
Stephen Smith (Queen Mary University of London)
History of Gardens and Landscapes
Seminar
Thursday, 21 June, 6:00pm
IHR Wolfson Room NB02, Basement, IHR

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