History seminars at the IHR

History Lab Seminar

Convenor: Simon Parsons (Royal Holloway), Claire Trenery (Royal Holloway), Alys Beverton (UCL) 

For enquiries please contact: postgraduateearlycareerseminar@gmail.com 

Venue: N304, 3rd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House

Time: Thursdays, 17:30 

Website: These seminars are run by The History Lab, a network of postgraduate historians. Find more news, events and useful links in The History Lab pages (opens a new window).

Spring Term 2016
DateSeminar details
14 January TBA

Marjolein van Bavel (Unversity College London)

28 January Subverting the Human: An Animal Model of Mind

Liz Gray and Jenny Adlem (Queen Mary University)

11 February Reading Persian in Britain and India, 1790-1810

Zahra Shah

25 February The Church of England, Anglican Protestantism, and Colonial Society in Later Stuart Barbados

Philip Abraham (King’s College London)

10 March India's Emergency 1975-1977: Narratives of Female Political Prisoners

Gemma Scott (Keele University)

Summer Term 2016
DateSeminar details
28 April Music and Party Politics in Independent Ireland, 1923-1968

Richard Parfitt (Linacre College, Oxford)

12 May Joint Panel: Reading Between the Lines: Researching Secret and Unofficial Networks

The NKVD and the Peculiar Case of the Soviet Archives
Polly Corrigan (King’s College London)

Catherine Beck (University College London)

26 May Joint Panel: International Economics and Global Banking

Causes of Bank Distress during the Austro-Hungarian Grunderkrach
Kilian Rieder (University College, Oxford University)

A Crisis Foreshadowed; History Replaying. The Bank of England, the National Bank of Greece and the External Loan of 1924
Maria Rizou, (King’s College London)

9 June Westminster-on-Sea: The Political and Cultural Significance of Osborne House, Isle of Wight, 1845-1901

Lee Butcher

23 June TBA