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Britain at Home and Abroad Seminar

This seminar was formed from the merger of the Modern British History seminar and the Reconfiguring the British: Nation, Empire, World 1600-1900 seminar.

St Paul's Cathedral
Venue
Room D427, Rhind Building City, University of London, St John Street, London EC1R 0JD
Time
Thursdays, 17.00 to start at 17.15
Convenors
Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite (UCL), David Edgerton (KCL), Charlotte Riley (Southampton), Natalie Thomlinson (Reading), Lise Butler (City) and Jack Saunders (Warwick)

About the seminar

This seminar was formed from the merger of the Modern British History seminar and the Reconfiguring the British: Nation, Empire, World 1600-1900 seminar.

‘Britain at Home and Abroad since c. 1800’ covers all aspects of modern British history – social, cultural, political and economic; we are interested in domestic history, as well as histories of empire and decolonisation, and transnational and comparative histories involving Britain.

Details of the Autumn 2019 programme of seminars will be added in due course.

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