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History Dept - Brown Bag Seminar Series - Wednesday Lunchtimes
Date: January - June 2012 Time: 1.10 - 1.50pm
Venue: Meeting Room B152, Bowland College (Main)
A brown bag seminar is an informal lunchtime meeting with an open invitation. Attendees eat any lunch they have brought along while listening to a short and informal talk by a member of staff about his/her historical research. Ensuing discussion is in the spirit of helping the researcher with their problems. The seminars are held Wednesday lunchtimes on various dates during the Lent and Summer terms (See Event Programme below). For more details/offers of talks for 2012-13 contact Steve Pumfrey (B149, firstname.lastname@example.org).
18th January: Sarah Barber, "Does the book work?"
1st February: Andrew Jotischky, "Godric's reclining chair and other episodes in cultural transmission."
29th February: Peter Yeandle, "The Gospel of Socialism and late-Victorian performance cultures."
21st March: John Strachan, "Dogon Masks and the Making of Post-Imperial France."
25th April: Stephen Pumfrey, "Did an age of Enlightenment begin in mid seventeenth-century England after all?"
23rd May: Deborah Sutton, 'The House of the Goddess and the Emperor's Tomb: Devotion and Conservation in New Delhi.'
6th June: Corinna Peniston-Bird, "Gendered Commemoration - or , why is it so hard to commemorate women at war?"
20th June: Ian Gregory & Al Teebeyay, "Geographical approaches to the analysis of historical digital texts."
Who can attend: Anyone
Organising departments and research centres: History
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