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Booking is now open for our workshop 'Plagues and Peoples Revisited' on 23-24 March in Cambridge.
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Wolfson Humanities Society Seminar - Tuesday @ 6pm (Gatsby Rm ) 's Anastasia Christophilopoulou speaks on: “Being an Islander”: Art and identity of the large Mediterranean Islands, or, can museums really contribute to research in social sciences?
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Cambridge Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture - Jan 29, Old Library 's Ben Gidley () speaks on 'Facing Antisemitism: Rebuilding Anti-Racism' More info ⬇️ Booking ⬇️
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Single in the City: Women, Migration and Domestic Work in India Samita Sen will explore long-term patterns of mobility to understand women’s migration today in the context of domestic work Jan 28 @ 12:30 (Lecture Rm 2, 8 Mill Lane), all welcome!
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The Brooke Society ('s History Society) resumes Tuesday @ 5:30 (Bateman Rm) with Sara Cockerill speaking on: 'Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France and England, Mother of Empires'
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Cabinet of Natural History Seminar - Monday @ 1pm ( Seminar Rm 1) 's Tamara Fernando () speaks on: 'Seeing like the sea: The pearl fishery of Ceylon as a maritime assemblage, 1799–1925'
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The 18th Century Seminar's full programme for Lent Term is available here ⬇️
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MEHistory Cambridge Jan 23
🚨IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!🚨 This coming Tuesday's Research Seminar is cancelled. We'll reconvene on 4 February to hear 's , and look forward to seeing you then!
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The 18th Century Seminar meets Tuesday @ 5pm (Bawden Rm ) 's Paul Cheney speaks on: 'Cul de Sac: Patrimony, Capitalism and Slavery in French Saint-Domingue'
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East Asia Seminar Series - Monday @ 5pm ( Rm 8/9) 's Satoko Shimazaki speaks on 'Mediated Voices, Mediated Bodies: Print and the Making of Late-Tokugawa Kabuki'
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Financial History Seminar - Monday @ 5pm (Old Library ) 's Martin Daunton and Marc Buggeln () speak on: ‘Fiscal reform in Britain and Germany since 1945‘
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Reminder! Heather Thompson (), the 2019-2020 Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions, gives her Inaugural Lecture 🔜 MONDAY 'American Prison Uprisings and Why They Matter Today' Details ⬇️
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Reminder: the first session of group meets today @ 4pm ( Rm 9) Details ⬇️
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Lachlan Fleetwood Jan 23
"Pride and prejudice at high altitude." Neat writeup of my article on altitude sickness now live on the homepage: With thanks to
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Replying to @LucFongang
Great question! Get in touch with the research cluster directly via labour@hist.cam.ac.uk
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Cambridge History Jan 23
Fantastic to see this volume in honour of our very own Martin Daunton, Emeritus Professor of Economic History & Emeritus Master and Honorary Fellow of Mark your calendars for the book launch: Apr 18 🍾🍾🍾
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Cambridge History Jan 23
The Violence Research Centre () is holding 'Moral Neutralisation of Violence and the Perpetration of Inhumanities' on Jan 27 in honour of Free and open to the public! Details ⬇️
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The Economic and Social History Graduate Seminar resumes Monday @ 12:30 ( Rm 5) 's Bjoern Brey () speaks on: 'The long-run gains from early adoption of electricity, 1880-1990'
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Cambridge History Jan 23
In honour of , is holding a lecture and Q&A session with Eva Clarke, who was born in Mauthausen concentration camp The event is hosted by 's Gilly Carr () Info ⬇️
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Cambridge History Jan 23
The Legacies of Eileen Power - Saturday @ A Girton fellow from 1913-21, Power was tremendously important in the development of medieval history + social & economic history More info ⬇️
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