IHR diary

The Medieval Hortus Concluses: A gendered Garden?
The Medieval Hortus Concluses: A gendered Garden?
Liz McAvoy (Swansea University)
History of Gardens and Landscapes
Seminar
Thursday, 30 November, 6:00pm
Room 243, Second Floor
The Spread of Improvement: Why Innovation Accelerated in Britain, 1547-1851
The Spread of Improvement: Why Innovation Accelerated in Britain, 1547-1851
Anton Howes (Brown)
Economic and Social History of the Early Modern World, 1500-1800
Seminar
Friday, 1 December, 5:15pm
IHR Seminar Room N304, Third Floor, IHR
Fans and Fanny Burney: Hidden Manufacturing in 18th-Century London
Fans and Fanny Burney: Hidden Manufacturing in 18th-Century London
Amy Erickson (Cambridge)
Women's History
Seminar
Friday, 1 December, 5:15pm
IHR Pollard Seminar Room, N301, Third Floor, IHR
The Earls of Edward III in the Localities
The Earls of Edward III in the Localities
Matt Raven (Hull/IHR)
Late Medieval Seminar
Seminar
Friday, 1 December, 5:30pm
IHR Wolfson Room NB02, Basement, IHR
TBC
TBC
Katie Myerscough (Manchester)
Gender and History in the Americas
Seminar
Monday, 4 December, 5:15pm
IHR Peter Marshall Room, N204, Second Floor, IHR
Mapping Ireland: Irish Villages in the US in the 1890s
Mapping Ireland: Irish Villages in the US in the 1890s
Shahmima Akhtar (University of Birmingham)
Sport and Leisure History
Seminar
Monday, 4 December, 5:15pm
IHR Past and Present Room, N202, Second Floor, IHR
“Complicating ‘Completeness’: Artificial Hands in Victorian Sensation Fiction”
“Complicating ‘Completeness’: Artificial Hands in Victorian Sensation Fiction”
Ryan Sweet (University of Leeds)
Disability History Seminar
Seminar
Monday, 4 December, 5:15pm
IHR John S Cohen Room, N203, Second Floor, IHR
Orientalism, Empire, and Jews in France's Nineteenth Century
Orientalism, Empire, and Jews in France's Nineteenth Century
Julie Kalman (Monash University)
Modern French History
Seminar
Monday, 4 December, 5:30pm
IHR Wolfson Room NB02, Basement, IHR
A Roundtable on Mark Condos, The Insecurity State: Punjab and the Making of British Imperial Power in India (Cambridge, 2017)
A Roundtable on Mark Condos, The Insecurity State: Punjab and the Making of British Imperial Power in India (Cambridge, 2017)
Jon Wilson (KCL), Kim Wagner (QMUL), Taylor Sherman (LSE), Mark Condos (QMUL)
Imperial and World History
Seminar
Monday, 4 December, 6:00pm
the Royal Asiatic Society, 14 Stephenson Way, Kings Cross, London NW1 2HD

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