History seminars at the IHR

International History

Convenors: Ms Melanie Aspey (The Rothschild Archive), Dr Christopher Baxter (The Cabinet Office), Dr Best (LSE), Dr Ellison (QMUL), Professor Gaynor Johnson (University of Kent), Dr Kandiah (KCL), Dr Kelly (KCL), Dr Pedaliu (LSE), Mrs Staerck (IHR), Dr Kate Utting (KCL), Professor J. Young (University of Nottingham)
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Dr Michael Kandiah: michael.kandiah@kcl.ac.uk

Venue: Past and Present Room 202, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House

Time: Tuesday, 6.00pm

Autumn Term 2014
DateSeminar details
30 September Stormy Seas: Anglo-American negotiations over ocean surveillance in the Cold War

Dr Samuel Robinson (Manchester)

14 October Imperialism in the age of decolonisation: British Policy in the Persian Gulf during the 1960s

Dr Helene von Bismarck (British Scholar Society)

28 October The last country in Europe where you can still get wine: Hollywood depictions of Portugal during World War II

Dr Rui Lopes (ICH- Nova University, Portugal)

11 November The Saki Dockrill Memorial Lecture

Perilous Remembrances: Conflict, Cooperation and Commemoration in Europe and Asia
Professor Thomas Berger (Boston University)

Please note:  this session will be held in the Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, King's College London, and will commence at 18:30.   Registration details will be given closer to the date.

25 November Germany 1945-1949: a case study in post-conflict reconstruction

Dr Chris Knowles (KCL)

9 December The Anglo-American "special relationship" and defence during World War II

Dr Niall Barr (KCL)