Monday, 16 October 2017

History Seminar Series, 2017-2018


History Seminar Series – 2017-18

27 Sept
Connie Schulz (University of South Carolina)
Pouring Old [Editorial] Wine into New [Digital] Bottles: Modern Scholarly Editing and the Pinckney Papers Projects

18 Oct
Annie Tindley (Newcastle)
‘I prefer to establish myself in my own colony’: The Translation of Aristocratic Ideologies – Land and Governance in Highland Scotland and Canada, c. 1867-1914

1 Nov
David Moon (York)
The Amerikan Steppes: The Unexpected Russian Roots of Great Plains Farming, 1870s-1930s

29 Nov
Humanities Graduate Research - Mixed Double
Brian Langley (History)
Eret Talviste (English)

6 Dec
Andrew Tompkins (Sheffield)
‘Radioactivity Doesn’t Stop At The Border’: Transnational Protest in 1970s France and West Germany

Unless stated otherwise, all sessions take place on Wednesdays at 4:30pm in Lipman room 121.

History Seminar: Dr Annie Tindley, Wed 18 October

The second paper in our History Research Seminar series for this semester will take place this Wednesday (18 October) at 4.30pm in Lipman 121. Our speaker is Dr Annie Tindley from Newcastle, and Annie will be presenting a paper titled:
‘I prefer to establish myself in my own colony’: the translation of aristocratic ideologies – land and governance in Highland Scotland and Canada, c.1867 – 1914.'