>
Department of History Lancaster University
Search Site
You are here: Home >

History Events

 

View ALL events: By date | By Centre/Group | By Type

 

Events Archive By Date (all)

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | View all

 

Pages << 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>


 

2008

History Society AGM, 28 February 2008

History Departmental Seminar, 27 February 2008

History Society Guest Lecture, 21 February 2008

History Society Outing, 14 February 2008

History Society Guest Lecture, 7 February 2008

History Departmental Seminar, 6 February 2008

 

2007

Higher Degree Congregations - 12 December 2007, 11 December 2007

Department of History: Seminar, 5 December 2007

US Army Muslim Chaplain James Yee, 28 November 2007

Science and Religion: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, 23 July 2007

New Issues in Theatre Historiography, 6 July 2007

Ruskinian Theatre: The Victorian Theatre and the Visual Arts, 6 July 2007

Histfest - The Annual Postgraduate Conference 2007, 12 May 2007

Counting Gibraltarians, 9 May 2007

The Heart and the Matter: Locating Emotions in Cultural and Medical History, 25 April 2007

States of Mind, States of Being, 19 April 2007

The Hereford Mappa Mundi, 14 March 2007

Paper Economy: Commercial Fraud in the Victorian Press, 28 February 2007

Histfest 2007 - Postgraduate History Conference, 12-13 May 2007

"It's Purely Celebratory": Contention in the Commemoration of Women's Wartime Service, 14 February 2007

History and Sociology Talks, 13 February 2007

Mediating a Civilised Minority: State, Society and the Indian Child Marriage Debate, 1927-32, 31 January 2007

'"Burning Passions": Sati and Religious Fanaticism in British Interpretations of 1857', 31 January 2007

King Dick and Popular Liberalism, 17 January 2007

'Richard John Seddon, Premier of New Zealand (1893-1906): Lancashire's Uncrowned King?', 17 January 2007

 

2006

The Concept of the Unemployable, 1890-1940, 6 December 2006

Early Modern Spanish Maps, 22 November 2006

From the Red Menace to the Yellow Peril, 8 November 2006

The Sicilian Endgame: The Muslim Community on the Eve of the 1189 Revolt, 25 October 2006

The Scots in South Africa, 1975-1914, 19 October 2006

Without Let or Hindrance: Inclusion and its subersion from the Medieval to the Modern, 7-9 July 2006

Histfest 2006, 13-14 May 2006

Art, Politics, and the Life Sciences, 10 May 2006

Gendering Medieval Saints: a web of possibilities, 26 April 2006

The Shadow of Death in Germany at the End of the Second World War, 22 March 2006

Catholic Literature in English, 1680-1830, 8 March 2006

'Have you found England yet?' Essentialism, reductionism and flux in the search for tradition, 22 February 2006

The Political Consecration of Community in Mauritius, 1948-1968, 8 February 2006

 

2005

History Seminar: An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman: Balfour, Kidd and Drummand on Science and Ethics in the 1890s, 14 December 2005

History Seminar: That Elusive Object of Desire: A History of Science Studies, 30 November 2005

Sources, Resources and Power, 15 November 2005

History Seminar: Queequeg's Tomahawk: The Origins and Uses of the Pipe Tomahawk in Eighteenth-Century North America, 9 November 2005

'"An Imagined Geography": Ideology, Urban Space, and Protest in the Creation of Barcelona's "Chinatown", c.1835-1936'., 16 March 2005

'Mastering Momus: Genre, Agency and Patronage in Early Modern England'., 2 March 2005

'From Burial in a Grandfather Clock to Cadaver Tourism: Death and Disposal in East Germany since 1945'., 23 February 2005

'Identity and Morality: Power and Politics during the Wars of the Roses'., 9 February 2005

The real and perceived threats posed by the Grand Catalan Company to the Byzantine Empire - Foresight and Hindsight, Providence and History, 25 January 2006

 

2004

'Bravehearts and Coronets: Images of William Wallace and the Scottish Nobility'., 8 December 2004

'The Birth of Black Athena: Exploring Ancient Mythology during the Eighteenth Century'., 24 November 2004

'Mapping the Vernacular: Folk cultural Boundaries in North-West England'., 3 November 2004

 

 

Pages << 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>


Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

| Home | About | Undergraduate | Postgraduate | Staff |
| Research | News and Events | Contact Us |
Department of History, Bowland College, Lancaster University, LA1 4YT, UK | Tel: +44 (0) 1524 593155 Fax: +44 (0) 1524 846102 E-mail: history@lancaster.ac.uk
Privacy and Cookies Notice

Save this page: delicious logo Del.icio.us Digg It Reddit Reddit Facebook Stumble It Stumble It!