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Postgraduate Conference

The Warwick Postgraduate History Podcast 2020

Due to the unforeseen global pandemic, the Warwick 2020 History Department Postgraduate Conference, due to be held Thursday 28th and Friday 29th May, will now not go ahead as planned.

However, the organising committee recognised that it is important to continue sharing our work, our projects and our discussions at this time. Fortunately, we live in a digital age; communicating and sharing ideas remotely has never been easier.

So, instead of the History conference, we will now be recording and publishing a series of podcasts showcasing postgraduate history projects and work. We had some wonderful applications and are now excited to share the podcast series with you. Episodes will be linked below as they are published and we hope you will enjoy hearing about these exciting projects as much as we did.

Signed,

The Warwick PG History Conference Organising Committee 2020.

Episode 1: Health and Power in the Past

Episode 2: "Enthusiastical or Fanatical Atheists" The Court Wits and Religious Identity

Episode 3: Latin America in a Transnational Perspective

Episode 4: Power and Protest in the Long Nineteenth Century

Episode 5: Queer(in)g History

If you have any queries about it, please contact a member of the Organising Committee at pgconference2020@gmail.com or pghistoryoffice@warwick.ac.uk

Organising Committee 2019/2020

Adam Challoner

Hannah Dennett

Liz Egan

Erin Geraghty

Maria Tauber

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Each year Warwick History Department holds a two-day conference, at which postgraduate students present papers on their doctoral or Masters research. The audience is composed of students and members of academic staff, who provide a friendly environment for sharing ideas and receiving feedback.

The details of past conferences and full programmes can be found here

Last year's PG Conference Programme (2018/2019)