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Cambridge History Feb 17
English Legal History Seminar - Tomorrow @ 5:15 ( Boardroom) 's Chris Jenkins speaks on 'Law in the Time of Cholera: The Unsigned Anglo-Italian Foreign Judgements Convention of 1887'
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Cambridge History Feb 18
Cambridge Group for the History of Population & Social Structure () - Tomorrow at 1:15 ( Rm 6) 's Beata Nowok speaks on 'Season of death: Patterns & determinants of infant & child mortality in Scotland, 1900-73'
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Next week (25th Feb) hosts to speak on: 'On the trail of ‘the popular’ in 'the political': searching for (and finding) 'That’s Life!' in Churchill Archives Centre'
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🚨TONIGHT!🚨 is speaking on 'Fighting Federal Indifference: Sexuality, the State, and Social Reform during the early HIV/AIDS Crisis' in the Jock Colville Hall @ 17:30
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The Cambridge School Feb 17
🚨 TONIGHT!!! 🚨 We are extremely excited to hear () speak on "'The English Always Disregarded Abstract Theories': Constructing 'Tory Democracy,' 1881-1931". 5pm, Keynes Hall . Definitely one for
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Cambridge History Feb 17
IRELAND'S CIVIL WAR: A CENTENARY SYMPOSIUM Mar 13 at Speakers include Gemma Clark (), Marie Coleman (), Anne Dolan, & Bill Kissane Registration ➡️ More details ⬇️
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NACBS Feb 14
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Cambridge History Feb 13
Political Thought & Intellectual History Seminar - Mon @ 5pm, Keynes Hall 's Emily Jones () speaks on "The English Always Disregarded Abstract Theories": Constructing "Tory Democracy," 1881-1931
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Camb British History Feb 13
MBH Grad Workshop () this evening @ 5 in Room 7, History Faculty David Dahlborn () will present his paper: 'Reviewing Ideas of GLC and Voluntary Sector Relationships in 1980s London' See you all there! 👋
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Modern Irish History Feb 12
This evening Professor Marianne Elliott of will present her paper “Northern Ireland in the 1950s” 5pm in the Knox Saw Room , as usual all are welcome for what promises to be an excellent paper.
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Cambridge History Feb 11
Modern Irish History Seminar - Tomorrow @ 5 (Knox Shaw Rm ) 's Marianne Elliott speaks on ' in the ' More info ⬇️
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Cambridge History Feb 7
‼️ Funding reminder ‼️ Deadline to apply for the Conference Attendance Fund + Specialist/Archival Research Training Fund is 🔜 28 Feb 2020 at 4pm More details ⬇️
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Camb British History Feb 7
Event TODAY @ 4, Audit Room : Brexit and the Legacies of Empire with 's Gurminder K. Bhambra ()
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Modern Irish History Feb 5
‼️Symposium being held by our colleagues at the Cambridge group for Irish Studies marking the centenary of the Civil War on 13th March with papers from Anne Dolan of , , & Bill Kissane of register ⬇️⬇️
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Cambridge History Feb 6
New article from our very own Ben Griffin () 👏👏👏 Read more on 'Paternal Rights, Child Welfare and the Law in Nineteenth-Century Britain and Ireland' below ⬇️
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Camb British History Feb 6
Join us TODAY @ 5pm in the Castlereagh room, for the 2nd MBH Seminar of term (with !) Adrian Bingham from : Reducing the alienation of young people from normal political life? The lowering of the voting age in Britain, 1959-70
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Camb British History Feb 4
Ready for Valentine's Day? 😍😍 Hear Maggie Kalenak at the Modern Cultural History Seminar TOMORROW at 5 - Senior Parlour "Consider Yourself Kissed": Middle-Class Love Letters as Material Culture and Domestic Performance in 19th-Century England
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Cambridge History Feb 3
Public & Popular History - Wed @ 5 (Lloyd Rm ) 'Twittering Historians: On Active Duty in the Rapid Reaction Force' In the era of 24/7 news & social media, how can historians combat the fake history & crude clichés that seem all pervasive?
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Sam Wetherell Jan 21
Wonderful essay on the fascinating life and carer of Ruth Glass and her pioneering studies of race and gentrification in British cities by the awesome Divya Subramanian!
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Cambridge History Jan 29
Modern British History Graduate Workshop - Tomorrow @ 5pm ( Rm 7) 's Grace Whorrall-Campbell speaks on 'Human and Industrial Relations: The Tavistock Institute and the Trades Union Congress, 1945-1972'
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