Seminars, Lectures and Groups
The following seminar series are open to staff and students from all departments. Members of the public are also encouraged to attend and are advance to contact the series organiser in advance for further details if necessary.
Please contact Dr Claudia Prestel for more information. The seminars are all held at 1.00pm.
|29 October 2012||
Professor Keith Snell
|26 November 2012||Dr Deborah Toner
‘”The rocks become drunk”: Changing Conceptions of Drunkenness in Mexico, c. 1400-1900’
|10 December 2012||
Dr Julie Attard & Dr Pam Fisher
Dr Bernard Attard
|11 March 2013||Dr Stuart Ball
'The Conservative Party in Britain between the wars'
|14 May 2013||
Dr Jonathan Atherton
|Monday, 11 February||Keith McDonald (Leicester)
'Marvell and Private Lives: Oliver Cromwell and Thomas Fairfax'
|Monday, 25 February||
Mark Williams (Leicester)
|Monday, 11 March||Ben Parsons (Leicester)
'Better a Teacher of Dogs than of Men': Schoolmasters on Trial in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
|Monday 29 April||Neil Keeble (Stirling)
'"That Posterity Be Not Deluded": Reliquiae Baxterianae and the Shaping of the Seventeenth Century'
|Monday, 11 May||John Morrill (Cambridge)
|Monday, 20 May||
Nicole Greenspan (Hampden-Sydney College, VA)