History seminars at the IHR
War, Society and Culture
Convenors: Professor Mark Connelly (Kent), Professor Stephen Conway (UCL), Professor Richard Grayson (Goldsmiths), Dr Timothy Bowman (Kent), Dr Stefan Goebel (Kent), Dr Heather Jones (LSE), Dr Dan Todman (Queen Mary), Dr Erica Wald (Goldsmiths).
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Mark Connelly: M.L.Connelly@kent.ac.uk
Venue: Pollard Room N301, 3rd floor, IHR, North Block Senate House
Time: Wednesday, 5.15pm
A Photographic Memorial: Canadians, Cameras and the First World War
Dr Philip Hatfield (Curator Canadian and Caribbean Studies, British Library)
`A Kidnapping and a "Confirmed Sodomite": Desire and Danger in the British Indian Army'
Kate Imy (PhD student, Rutgers/IHR Mellon Dissertation Fellow)
Eighteenth-Century Naval Officers: An International Perspective
Dr Evan Wilson (Oxford)
`These weapons can never be the arms of other than wealthy and intelligent nations': The Mitrailleur and Small War doctrine in British military culture, 1869-1875.
Ryan Patterson (PhD student, Exeter)
'Keep Calm and Carry On`: The Popular Memory of Second World War Food Rationing and Gender History.
Kelly Spring (PhD student, Manchester)
Men in Reserve?: reserved occupations in Second World War Britain.
Dr Juliette Pattinson (Kent) and Linsey Robb (Teesside University)
The Reconstruction of Soviet Russia after the Great Patriotic War: Rural Housing, Soviet Subprime, and Landscapes of Memory
Dr Robert Dale (Newcastle)
Re-staging Mafeking in Muswell Hill: Patriotism, Imperialism, Militarism and Philanthropy in London's Boer War Carnivals'.
Dion Georgiou (PhD student, QMUL)
Exploring the trenches: Ethnographic encounters with tourists on the Western Front battlefields.
Dr Jennifer Iles (Roehampton)