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Call For Papers - Following Living Things and Still Lifes in a Global World

A one-day interdisciplinary conference to be held on Saturday 12th February 2022, University of Warwick

Keynote Speaker: Professor Helen Cowie, Professor of Early Modern History, University of York

Tue 22 Jun 2021, 16:41 | Tags: Call For Papers Conference Information

Congratulations to Professor Tim Lockley on the award of a MBE in the Queen's birthday Honours list

Professor Tim Lockley, who was the Director of the HRC from 2013-2017, has been awarded a MBE in the Queen's birthday Honours list for services to the community in Harbury, Warwickshire, particularly during Covid-19.

Tue 15 Jun 2021, 19:55

Final blog by Hannah Dennett and Liz Egan - A Conversation between the Conference Organisers

In this final blog post of the At Home in Empire: Colonial Experiences of Intimacy and Mobility conference series, Hannah and Liz reflect on their experience as conference organisers and the impact of the conference on their own PhD research.

Mon 14 Jun 2021, 15:25 | Tags: Blogs


Latest blog by Hannah Dennett and Liz Egan - At Home in Empire: Reflections on the Morning Panels

The At Home in Empire: Colonial Experiences of Intimacy and Mobility Conference 2021 has now taken place, and having had several weeks to digest and reflect upon the fantastic papers given by our speakers, we thought this blog would be a good place to share some of the exciting research and thought-provoking ideas that were highlighted during the conference.

Thu 13 May 2021, 13:20 | Tags: Blogs

Latest blog by Hannah Dennett and Liz Egan - Introducing our Keynote Speaker Dr Kate Smith

As the day of the conference draws near, we are delighted to introduce our keynote speaker Dr Kate Smith and hear more about her work and thoughts on the themes of the conference. Kate Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century History at the University of Birmingham. She completed her PhD at the University of Warwick in 2010, followed by a fellowship at the University of Milwaukee. She was a Research Fellow on the Leverhulme Trust-funded East India Company at Home 1757-1857 project before joining the University of Birmingham in 2014.

Tue 23 Feb 2021, 16:24 | Tags: Conference Information Blogs

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