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21 February 202414:00

Beasts, Botanicals and the British Empire: Natural history drawings at the RAMM

We are delighted to invite you to the first annual Exeter University History Department/Friends of RAMM Annual Lecture. This annual lecture will build on the longstanding partnership between the Department and the Museum, enabling the History Department to share their expertise on RAMM’s collections both with Friends and with the wider public. For more information please visit https://rammuseum.org.uk/whats-on/beasts-botanicals-and-the-british-empire-natural-history-drawings-at-the-ramm/. Full details
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6 March 202415:00

“I fear these repeated appeals may be deemed troublesome”: the social agency of lone women’s petitions.

You are warmly invited to attend this seminar with speaker Carrie Long (School of Advanced Study) In person in Harrison Building, Room 209 or online: Link will be sent to mailing list. Full details
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7 March 2024

Connecting 3 Worlds seminar series Keynote lecture Professor Dora Vargha

This seminar series aims to gather academics exploring women’s experiences –activisms, demands, and negotiations– and gender-related systemic transformations –health cultures, political participation, state-building, and development innovations– after WWII. Full details
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7 March 202418:00

Affirming the History of African and Caribbean People in Britain

Join us on March 7th, 2024 at 6:00 PM for a powerful celebration of the rich history of African and Caribbean communities in Britain!. Full details
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7 March 202418:00

Affirming the History of African and Caribbean People in Britain

You are warmly invited to join this event with guest speaker Professor Hakim Adi. This event will be held in the Newman Red Lecture Theatre, University of Exeter, Steatham Campus. Please register through EventBrite: bit.ly/hakimadiexeter. Full details
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20 March 202415:00

The ‘Admiralissimo’ Plan: Allied Naval Strategy and Coalition Warfare in 1918

You are warmly invited to attend a seminar with guest speaker Louis Halewood (University of Plymouth). This seminar will be online, Link to be sent to mailing list.. Full details
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21 March 2024

Connecting 3 Worlds seminar series Gendering expertise. Women, professional trajectories and care

This seminar series aims to gather academics exploring women’s experiences –activisms, demands, and negotiations– and gender-related systemic transformations –health cultures, political participation, state-building, and development innovations– after WWII. Full details
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4 April 2024

Connecting 3 Worlds seminar series Women’s bodies. Gendering reproductive discourses after WWII

This seminar series aims to gather academics exploring women’s experiences –activisms, demands, and negotiations– and gender-related systemic transformations –health cultures, political participation, state-building, and development innovations– after WWII. Full details
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18 April 2024

Connecting 3 Worlds seminar series Women’s bodies. Family planning and the cold war in Latin America

This seminar series aims to gather academics exploring women’s experiences –activisms, demands, and negotiations– and gender-related systemic transformations –health cultures, political participation, state-building, and development innovations– after WWII. Full details
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