History seminars at the IHR

Parliaments, Politics and People

Convenors: Robin Eagles (History of Parliament), Paul Hunneyball (History of Parliament), Kathryn Rix (History of Parliament), Stephen Roberts (History of Parliament), Emma Peplow (History of Parliament) 
 

Venue: Room G21A, Senate House, South block, Ground floor, unless otherwise stated

Time: Tuesday, 5.15pm

Enquiries should be directed to Paul Hunneyball, at the History of Parliament: p.hunneyball@histparl.ac.uk  


Summer Term 2014
DateSeminar details
13 May Deconstructing Westminster: towards a four nations history of the Irish Home Rule crisis, c.1886-93

Naomi Lloyd Jones (King’s College, London)


20 May The quest for "Eastminster": the British parliamentary system and the foundation of independent south Asia

Harshan Kumarasingham (Smuts Fellow in Commonwealth Studies, Cambridge University)

Venue: Senate House, 2nd floor,  Room 243


10 June Memorialising Britain's politicians: the politics of Parliament Square, 1867-1917

Geoff Hicks (University of East Anglia)


24 June Influencing Parliament in fifteenth-century England: some observations on "The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye"

Eliza Hartrich (Merton College, Oxford)

Please note: this session has been cancelled