Online-via Zoom.
Thursday 17:30
David Turner (Aston University), Tamara Thornhill (Transport for London), Charlotte Mathieson, (University of Surrey), Oliver Betts (National Railway Museum), Mike Esbester (University of Portsmouth), Aparajita Mukhopadhyay (University of Kent) and Lewis Smith (University of Essex).

We welcome proposals for future presentations, including using non-traditional formats. We particularly welcome approaches from PhD students, ECRs, precarious scholars and scholars from groups traditionally underrepresented in the field. Please submit abstracts of no longer than 300-500 words, and a short biographical note, to

The IHR Transport & Mobility History Seminar, at Aston University – PhD networking session

The Institute of Historical Research’s Transport & Mobility History seminar and Aston University’s Transport and History teams are running a network-building session for PhD students and ECR's working in the field of transport & mobility.

The session will consist of five 10-minute papers presented by PhD students and ECR's, a question-and-answer session, and a reception for networking. Scholars (particularly ECRs) based at universities and museums, and members of the public, are encouraged to attend and participate in discussion.