History Research Seminars TB2 2022

With the exception of the CRAM annual lecture, all seminars take place on Wednesdays from 1pm to 2.30 pm.

Zoom link for all sessions: https://swanseauniversity.zoom.us/j/94506346306?pwd=NkRWNUprdkVvRWNSVW1HbG12NXVCdz09  (Meeting ID: 945 0634 6306. Passcode: 525374)

Everyone is welcome to attend but queries and questions can be sent to: m.johnes@swansea.ac.uk

26 January 2022: CRAM annual lecture: Patricia Owens (Oxford), ‘A Wife of the Canon: the History of Women’s International Thought.’ (NB 5pm start). Co-sponsored by GENCAS.

9 February 2022: Tim Kirk (Newcastle): Remaking Mitteleuropa (CRAM-sponsored)

16 February 2022: Ian Sanders (Cold War Conversations): ‘Cold War Conversations History Podcast’ (CRAM-sponsored)

2 March 2022: Stephanie Ward (Cardiff) – ‘Families, place and memory in Depression-era West Virginia and south Wales’ (Burton Centre-sponsored)

16 March 2022: Stefan Moitra and Katarzyna Noguiera (Bochum, Germany): ‘Menschen im Bergbau (People in Mining) and the coal mining heritage context in the Ruhr’ (CHART/DePOT-sponsored) 

23 March 2022: Rhys Owens (Swansea), ‘The Welsh in India: A Quantitative and Biographical Study’ (Burton Centre-sponsored)

6 April 2022: Diarmaid Kelliher (Glasgow) ‘Making Cultures of Solidarity: London and the 1984-5 miners’ strike’ (GENCAS-sponsored)

4 May 2022: Charlie Jeffries (Birkbeck), ‘The Sex Wars on the American Campus in the late 20th Century’ (GENCAS-sponsored)

18 May 2022: Charles West (Sheffield), ‘Queens in 11th century Europe’ (MEMO-sponsored)

29 June 2022: Gareth Davis (Swansea), ‘First Contact: American Continentals in French Catholic Quebec, 1775-76”

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