Lunchtime Seminars. Feel free to bring a packed lunch. Everybody welcome.
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27th February: Chris Manias, ‘Public Presentations of Deep Time Evolution in the early-twentieth century’, 1-2pm, Mansfield Cooper 4.05.
13th March: Jenny Spinks, ‘Civil war, print culture and violence in sixteenth-century France’, 1-2pm, Mansfield Cooper 4.05.
17th April: Laurence Brown, ‘The 1962 Commonwealth Immigrants Act: A Global History’, 1-2pm, Mansfield Cooper 4.05.
1st May: Sarah Roddy, ‘The spiritual empire strikes back: Transnationalism, migration and Ireland’s “devotional revolution”’, 1-2pm, Mansfield Cooper 4.05.
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7th March: Lucy Noakes (Brighton), Burying the People of ‘the People’s War’: The Management of the Civilian War Dead in Second World War Britain. 4 for 4.15pm, Room 4.206 University Place.
21st March: Emanuelle Chapin (Cardiff), Art and its Double: Devising a Republican Cultural Policy for the People in Fin-de-Siècle France. 4 for 4.15pm, Room 4.206 University Place.
25thApril: John Sabapathy (UCL), The politics of accountability in the Middle Ages. 4 for 4.15pm, Room 4.206 University Place.