Category: Seminars

Manchester China Institute lunchtime seminars 2020

Manchester China Institute lunchtime seminars 2020

10 February Felix Wemheuer Great Achievements, Big Failures: How to Evaluate the Social Changes of the Mao Era 11 February Felicia Chan The Little Nyonya: Sincisation, adaptation and the politics of a return migration 18 February Sonodo Shigeto Asian Views of China in...

History lunchtime seminar – 13 November 2019

History Lunchtime Seminar - Wednesday 13 November 2019Dear colleaguesOur lunchtime seminar next week resumes following reading week with Prof Yangwen Zheng presenting on railways in China. We meet as usual in Room A101, 1-1.50 p.m.Wednesday 13th November: Yangwen...

Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies Seminar

Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies Seminar[Advert attached, feel free to post and forward or share in Social Media]http://events.manchester.ac.uk/event/event:b52-k2ow38mi-nhxt9dArabic & Middle Eastern Studies Seminar: Displacement as a Process of Coercive...

Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies Seminar

Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies Seminar:Displacement as a Process of Coercive Disruption Examples from Occupied Baghdad (2003-2019)Dr Ali A K AliResearch Associate, The Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford/LSE ; @ali_ak_ali Date:                 Tuesday, 12 November,...

Research seminars – history department 2019 / 2020

Research Seminars - History Department 2019 / 20204.15 - 5.30: 3 October  (University Place, Room 3.204)Diana Jeater (University of Liverpool) 'A European obsession with vengeance: reclaiming ngozi spirits from the ethnographic record'4.15 - 5.30: 7 November (Samuel...

History lunchtime seminar series

History Lunchtime Seminar Series 2019 / 2020 SEMESTER ONE - Wednesdays, 1-1.50, Samuel Alexander Building, Room A101 Wednesday 25th September: Talia Zajac'Of Brides and Treasures: Objects Belonging to Rus’ Princesses in Medieval Western Sources: Two Case...