History Postgraduate Seminar schedule (Term 2)

by | Feb 15, 2019 | Seminars | 0 comments

Seminars begin at 5:00pm in Ellen Wilkinson Building.

Refreshments provided afterwards.


20 February (C1.18 Conference Room)

Matt Grossbard, ‘The Trundling Hoop: Children’s Geographies, 1820-1910’

Louise Clare, ‘”I counted them all out, and I counted them all back” and “Zapatero, a tus zapatos”: Media and Cultural Influences in Argentina and Britain During the Falklands/Malvinas War’

6 March (C1.18 Conference Room)

Sam Winkler, ‘A Visit to a German Miners Family: Pacifism and Humanitarianism in the  1920s’

Anastasiia Akulich, ‘Negotiating National and Religious Identities in Russian Orthodox Communities in China, 1900-1917’

20 March (Seminar Room 1)

Lawrence Rabone, ‘The Power of Religious Thought Upon Politics: Reflections of a Theology Student on the Readmission of the Jews to England in 1656’

Katharine Halls, ‘“Not Worthy of Belief”: Testimonies of Rape in Egypt, 1919

3 April (C1.18 Conference Room)

Margot Tudor, ‘Marginalising Papuan Enfranchisement: Examining the United Nations Temporary Executive Authority in West New Guinea, 1962-1963’

Anne Stokes, ‘Black Power in Public Memorialization’

1 May (C1.18 Conference Room)


15 May (C1.18 Conference Room)



courtney.stickland@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk      katherine.reed@manchester.ac.uk

jamie.farrington@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk          jane.clarke@manchester.ac.uk


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *