History seminars at the IHR

London Group of Historical Geographers

Convenors: Ruth Craggs (King’s College London), Felix Driver (RHUL), Innes keighren (Royal Holloway University of London), Miles Ogborn (QMUL)

Venue: Wolfson Room NB01, Basement, IHR, North block, Senate House unless otherwise stated

Time: Tuesday, 5.15pm

For further details, or to have your name added to our e-mail list, please contact one of the convenors. For supporting this seminar series, we are grateful to King’s, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, Birkbeck, LSE, Open University, UCL, University of Sussex, and the IHR. Convenors: Ruth Craggs (ruth.craggs@kcl.ac.uk, King’s), Felix Driver (F.Driver@rhul.ac.uk, Royal Holloway), Innes M. Keighren (innes.keighren@rhul.ac.uk, Royal Holloway), and Miles Ogborn (m.j.ogborn@qmul.ac.uk, Queen Mary).

Some podcasts from this Seminar are available online

Spring Term 2015
DateSeminar details
20 January 'Don't squeeze a South African dry!' Mobilizing the orange as anti-apartheid and antiracist resistance, 1970-1974

Hugh Crosfield (Royal Holloway, University of London)

3 February Global histories of science and the book

James Poskett (University of Cambridge)

17 February Retracing Victorian anti-racism: race, class and the network of Anti-Caste's activists

Caroline Bressey (University College London)

3 March Selling Enlightenment: book trade networks and the intellectual origins of the French Revolution, 1769-1789

Mark Curran (Queen Mary, University of London)

17 March Decentering with distance: networks of May Fourth in Southeast Asia

Rachel Leow (University of Cambridge)