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13&27 Oct 2016 The National Archives has opened booking for October workshops that will introduce TNA’s collections and related research skills – the first past of the PAST programme. A small charge will be applied to the sessions this year, which will include refreshments and lunch. Details can be found on TNA’s website http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/our-role/research-and-scholarship/postgraduate-archival-skills-training-past/introduction-days-level-1/,…
19th and 20th October 2016 The conference will bring together the new intake of postgraduates, current PhD students and academic staff from different backgrounds, providing a fantastic opportunity to present and discuss their work in a supportive environment. We welcome proposals for presentations of research from all disciplines within arts and humanities. We are particularly excited to request proposals for creative activities or workshops. Deadline for submission: 17.00 (GMT),…
16 Jan 2017 Call for Papers- deadline Sunday 27 November 2016 This one-day symposium seeks to explore and assess how the Cold War changed boundaries, restructured terrain and redefined concepts of space and place. In doing so it seeks to prompt discussion and assessment of the geopolitical impact this had, particularly on the United States. This is an interdisciplinary symposium, both panel and paper proposals are welcomed from across the disciplines, including, but not limited to, geography,…
Saturday 15 October 2016, Durham University, 10.30 am – 5.00 pm This symposium will centre on discussion of how Barker’s novel, followed by The Eye in the Door (1993) and The Ghost Road (1995), has tested and shaped perceptions of the First World War. Particularly relevant during the current centenary period are the trilogy’s themes of memory and haunting, which resonate with questions of why the war remains such a prominent part of our culture,…
20 & 24 March 2017 (HCA) invites applications from international Ph.D. students for its fourteenth annual HCA Spring Academy conference on American History, Culture, and Politics. The conference will take place in Heidelberg, Germany. Further information can be found here. https://vpp.midlands3cities.ac.uk/download/attachments/4426527/CfP%20%2B%20Plakat%202017.pdf?version=2&modificationDate=1471864040000&api=v2 The online application form are available from August 15 on.        
27&28 Oct 2016 RSA Student and Early Career Conference 2016, Newcastle, UK  Plenary Speakers: Sally Hardy, Regional Studies Association, UK Charlie Rapple, Kudos, UK Andy Pike, CURDS, UK Gary Bosworth, University of Lincoln, UK Joyce Liddle, Aix Marseille University, France Abstract submission and registration Registration and abstract submission for the Student & Early Career conference 2016 is open. Deadline for abstract submission is 4th September 2016.…
Journey to Justice
Your chance to get involved in a touring exhibition which is coming in Nottingham Galleries of Justice in February 2017 INFORMATION AND RECRUITMENT SESSION: The Journey to Justice: Nottingham CDF team is holding an information/recruitment session in Room 308 Boots Library at Nottingham Trent University (City Campus) on Friday 14th October between 1pm and 3pm. During the session, we will discuss the context of the project, some ideas and examples of prospective projects, and, most importantly,…
Nottingham International Microfilm Festival, 20-22nd October (including a summit day on Branded Content – 21st October)   We are pleased to announce the programme of the annual Nottingham International Microfilm festival which takes place at venues throughout Nottingham on 20-22 October 2016. http://www.nimfestival.com/2016-festival-programme-and-tickets/ http://www.nimfestival.com/2016-festival-programme-and-tickets/ As part of this year’s festival,…
Call for Contributions On the eve of one of the most significant presidential elections in United States history and against the backdrop of historic police violence against black communities in America, U.S. Studies Online is calling for contributions on the significance and condition of race relations at this uncertain time and the ways in which they are likely to be affected in the years to come.…
Senate House, University of London 15 November 10-14:00 A unique one-day event for postgraduate students, early career researchers and anyone interested in history. Join us to meet librarians and archivists from across London (and beyond) to find out what they have to offer you and your research, and participate in a series of historical debates and panel sessions. The day includes an open history fair showcasing libraries, archives and organisations,…
Nottingham Contemporary, The Space October 12 (9.30am to 9pm) October 13 (10am to 3pm) This conference will examine the ways in which slavery has figured in public history in Britain. It will consider how academic history has shaped public perceptions of slavery and how public debate has challenged and inspired scholarship. It will give critical attention to the ways in which slavery and colonialism has shaped both our public and academic history institutions.…
October 12 (9.30am to 9pm) Transatlantic Slavery - A Public Conversation Nottingham Contemporary, The Space Including an evening of performance and readings Please use the official conference hashtag #OctoberDialogues It is free to attend. You can register your seat on our Eventbrite page. http://octoberdialogues2016.eventbrite.co.uk/   
The Brilliant Club https://vpp.midlands3cities.ac.uk/display/SR/The+Brilliant+Club will be holding an information event at the University of Nottingham on Tuesday 18th October between 1 - 2.30pm at Arts Centre lecture theatre (room A30), University Park (Building 50 by South Entrance on campus map http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sharedresources/documents/mapuniversitypark.pdf http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sharedresources/documents/mapuniversitypark.…
BL Labs Symposium, 7 Nov 2016  British Library (BL) Labs are pleased to announce that the fourth annual British Library Labs Symposium will be held on Monday 7th November, from 9:30 - 17:30 in the British Library Conference Centre, St Pancras, London NW1 2DB.   The Symposium is FREE however you must book your tickets through Eventbrite in advance: https://goo.gl/t60RdF https://goo.gl/t60RdF. Don't miss out! We have another great programme lined up for this year. Professor Melissa Terras,…
Do you want to work with a group of students and receive expert guidance and mentoring to design and deliver a Colloquium? Cumberland Lodge’s Cumberland Colloquia Scheme gives PGRs and ECRs the opportunity to design and run a one-day interdisciplinary conference with the support of the Cumberland Lodge team. Since we founded the scheme in 2012, the subjects discussed have been incredibly varied, yet consistently seek to address topical issues facing today’s society.…

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