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Seminars

Seminars

The Centre for Imperial and Global History runs a seminar series each term, as well as occasional workshops. A list of upcoming seminars is displayed below.

Spring 2023 

All seminars take place on Wednesdays 3.30pm-5.00pm in person and online: links to join remotely will be sent, along with abstracts, a week in advance of each seminar to the CIGH mailing list. To be added, please email c.w.sandal-wilson@exeter.ac.uk.

Our past seminars are also available to browse.

DateLocationSpeaker Title
WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY Amory B218 Lu Chen, Sebastian Fonseca, & Andrea Espinoza Carvajal

Retelling Global Histories of Health: a panel discussion with Connecting3Worlds postdoctoral researchers

Co-hosted with the Centre for Medical History

*THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY* Seminar Room 2, The Forum

Kim Wagner | Queen Mary, University of London

‘“The most illuminating thing I have ever seen”: Photography, Violence and the Bud Dajo Massacre of 1906’

Co-hosted with the Centre for Histories of Violence and Conflict

WEDNESDAY 22 FEBRUARY    Pearson Teaching Room, Building:One Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman “Gay Lesson One: Section 28 was an anti-black law”

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH Pearson Teaching Room, Building:One Remi Rana Allen | University of the Arts, London

“Recovering Indian Women’s Histories through Creative Practice and Interdisciplinary Research: The Murder Trial of Gurnam Kaur” – Research in Conversation: Remi Rana Allen in conversation with Prof Stacey Hynd

Co-hosted with Art History and Visual Culture

WEDNESDAY 15 MARCH Amory B218

Margot Tudor, Catriona Pennell, & Thomas Owen

“Reckoning with responsibility: the Mesopotamia Commission into British military failings during a moment of imperial transformation, 1916-1919”
WEDNESDAY 22 MARCH Amory B218 PGR Upgrades

 

Join us as post-graduate researchers working on Imperial and Global History at Exeter share their work in progress.

 

WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH Lecture Theatre, Newman Green 

Kevin Dawson | University of California, Merced

Title TBC

Co-hosted with the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies