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Kat Hill
Lecturer in early modern history at Birkbeck. Working on Anabaptists, Lutherans, the Reformation, diasporas and religious identity and culture.
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A really fantastic line up for the German History Society conference this year at KCL. Roundtable with and on German identities in movement and chairing a session with Holly Fletcher
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Allison Stielau 4h
Excited to join and to talk about early modern coins and medals annual conference!
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Maius Workshop May 12
Maius Workshop Meeting: Emily Floyd, ‘The Word as Object in Colonial South America’, QMUL, 3 June 2018, 4:30pm–5:30pm
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Giacomo Giudici May 21
Reminder: tomorrow I will be giving a talk at the Warburg Institute. Time: the infamous "graveyard slot" of conferences (2-3.30), but I will try to cheer up the audience to the best of my abilities. To this end, one slide contains a thunderous "AYE" as answer to a research Q!
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IHR Europe 1500-1800 May 20
People are keen to learn about surveillance... (Picture from a squeezed position on a chair stolen from another room...)
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Katie Reinhart May 21
Excited for this new forum for visual and material culture research & congratulations to all involved in establishing it!
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Kat Hill May 21
Programme here for this great workshop I am organising with funded by the and
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Kat Hill May 21
Material Cultures in Migration Workshop on material cultures in migration. Free registration
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Kat Hill May 21
Mennonites being mentioned in exams by the undergrads I have taught 😁 glad to see research led teaching shaping answers!
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MetSci May 20
CFP: Science in the City, 1500–1800 (6-7 April 2020 & ) Deadline for abstracts *1 June*. Further details:
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Claire Jowitt May 20
Brooch of an African, c17, German, baroque pearl, shows enslavement of African figure, in rich attire, kneeling and manacled; shocking, but important to see how brutality & horror of slavery was explicitly depicted in expensive c17 jewels
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Kat Hill May 21
Post Seminar dinner after wonderful joint session by and Brigitte Marin
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Erin Maglaque May 21
This also structurally embeds competition between colleagues, when we all know that the best thinking + research is collaborative, generous.
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Kat Hill May 20
Calling students and interested PhDs. 4 June an opportunity to present your research to 6th form students from Westminster Kingsway College interested in studying history at university. Great chance for impact and outreach, expenses paid. PM me!
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Martin Christ May 20
New publications from our KFG fellows Supriya Chaudhuri and Pralay Kanungo:
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Kat Hill May 18
I know 😂
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Olenka Horbatsch May 17
Very pleased to announce that the programme has been finalized and booking is open for the study day 'Rembrandt: thinking on paper' please see the below link for details and registration
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Secret Library Gorgon 🐍 May 15
Things I have learned about the general public whilst working at the library: 1. A huge number of people under 20 can't read face clocks, having grown up with only digital one. 2. Many people don't know how to spell "library." It's in our email address. This causes problems
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German History Society May 17
Could you be the next German History Society essay prize winner? For the first time this year there will also be a £250 runner-up prize. Details
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Giacomo Giudici May 17
If you are planning a trip to Milan (if you aren't, you should!), consider that 's stunning Sala delle Asse in the Sforza castle has just undergone restoration, and it will be visible until 12 January 2020.
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