History seminars at the IHR
This seminar will address issues relating to the life-cycle such as age, intergenerational relationships, parenthood, ageing, childhood and youth, from long-chronological and interdisciplinary perspectives.
Convenors: Dr Mary Clare Martin (University of Greenwich); email@example.com, Dr Ofra Koffman (King's College London); firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Tim Reinke-Williams (Northampton), Dr Simon Sleight (King’s College, London)
Venue: John S Cohen Room 203, IHR, 2nd floor
Time: Tuesdays, 17.15, except 18 November at 18:00
We usually go for a drink and a meal afterwards. ALL WELCOME.
How illness shaped childhood in Britain, 1800 to 2000
Dr Mary Clare Martin, (University of Greenwich)
History of Childhood and Youth in Ireland: the state of the art and the field
Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Attitudes to ejaculation in early modern England
Dr Tim Reinke-Williams (University of Northampton)
Please note: this seminar will begin 18:00 and will be co-hosted with the History of Sexuality Seminar series
Venue: Holden Room 103, 1st floor, South block, Senate House
Dr Laura King (University of Sheffield)
Leah Astbury (University of Cambridge)