IHR diary

Below are the events happening at the IHR for forthcoming week.

For more events browse IHR events by month, or browse the research seminars.

Tuesday 23 September

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Wednesday 24 September

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Thursday 25 September

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Friday 26 September

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Saturday 27 September

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Monday 29 September

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Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:15 British Imperialism & Proto-Gentlemanly Capitalism: Liverpool & the American Revolution, 1763-1783
Simon Hill (Liverpool John Moores)

Negotiating the Dominican-American Identity in the Writing of Julia Alvarez.
Rasha Al...

Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:30 100 years of the Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Shut Out the Light film & discussion

Tuesday 30 September

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Other 18:00 Stormy Seas: Anglo-American negotiations over ocean surveillance in the Cold War
Dr Samuel Robinson (Manchester)
Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 19:00 Christianity in Medieval Jewish Calendar Treatises
Dr Israel Sandman (UCL)

Wednesday 1 October

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Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:15 A Photographic Memorial: Canadians, Cameras and the First World War
Dr Philip Hatfield (Curator Canadian and Caribbean Studies, British Library)
Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:30 Arnold Fitz Thedmar: an early London chronicler
Ian Stone (KCL)

Thursday 2 October

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Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:15 An Italian classic in Catalonia: Reception and transmission of Boccaccio's Decameron in translation (1429)
Simone Ventura (Queen Mary, University of London)
Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:15 The potential for absolutism in early Stuart England
Simon Healy (History of Parliament)
The Senate Room (Senate House, First Floor) 17:30 Why publicize Magna Carta, now and then?
Sophie Ambler and Felicity Hill (University of East Anglia)

Chaired by David Carpenter

Please note:  this event takes place in the Senate Room,...

Institute of Education 17:30 Circular 10/65, comprehensive education, and the hidden legacy of the 1944 Education Act
Professor Gary McCulloch (Institute of Education, University of London)

The Education Act of 1944 is well recognised for the direct and immediate contributions that it made to the...

North Block, Senate House 18:00 Curiosity, Commerce and Conversation: Nursery Gardens in 18th Century London
Dr. Richard Coulton (Queen Mary College, University of London)                              

Friday 3 October

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Institute of Historical Research (IHR) 17:15 'The skeleton in my life': Harriet Gore Browne's 1860s problem with the empire
Charlotte Macdonald (Victoria University of Wellington)

While her husband, Governor Thomas Gore Browne, was held responsible for making New Zealand a site for one ...

Saturday 4 October

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