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Margot Finn, 'Mortal Coils: Kin, Cash and Clan in Colonial Madras c. 1800' ***EVENT CANCELLED***, 8 December 2015

Research Workshop Series: Michael Haslam, ‘Information Overload: 'Learning to Cope Without Blowing your Mind’, 2 December 2015

The Jacobite Rising of 1715 - the Battle of Preston in context, 21 November 2015

Research Workshop Series: Theodora Jim, ‘“Saviour” Kings in Ancient Greece’, 18 November 2015

Research Workshop Series: Mercedes Camino, 'Red Letters', 4 November 2015

Uses and Abuses of the Past - history in popular culture, 31 October 2015

Mobilities.Lab equipment launch, 21 October 2015

A Portrait of Europe, 21 October 2015

The Duchy of Lancaster and Lancaster Castle, 17 October 2015

What is Sleep and Why does it Matter?, 11 September 2015

Sleep Values - a one-day symposium on the value of human sleep, 11 September 2015

Amelia Joulaine, ‘Corpus linguistics and history: Exploring public attitudes to places in the British Library c19th newspapers collection’, 23 June 2015

Can Historians be Creative? Research Symposium, 17 June 2015-18 June 2015

Philip Hitchings, ‘“This Bigoted Court”: British Diplomatic Responses to Habsburg Austria, 1701-1713’, 9 June 2015

Histfest 2015, 29 - 31 May 2015

Adrienne Wallman, 'Beyond the Family Tree: Genealogy as Subversive Historical Practice?', 26 May 2015

Recording the Past - making oral histories in the North West, 16 May 2015

Magna Carta and the Victorians, 6 May 2015

Fundraising in the Community, 30 April 2015

Studying the history of religion in local communities, 25 April 2015

Recent work in rural history in north-west England, 26 March 2015

CeMoRe and CGWS Research Seminar with Prof Cathy Coleborne, 11 March 2015

42nd Annual Archaeology Forum and Launch of the Regional Heritage Centre, 7 March 2015

‘Getting with the Programme’ Workshop 2: Theory & Sociological Views, 5 March 2015

Campus in the City, 4 March 2015

LRDG: Researching the reception of advertising in early twentieth-century Britain, 24 February 2015

Travellers' Views - the Lake District and Beyond in the nineteenth century, 7 February 2015

Holocaust Memorial Day: Lecture by Martin Smith and Film Screening, 27 January 2015

Exploring the smaller towns of North West England from the Middle Ages to the Victorian period, 17 January 2015