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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

 
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GHCC reading group - Global History, Globally: Research and Practice around the World
H0.03 Humanities Building

Sven Beckert and Dominic Sachsenmaier (eds), Global History, Globally: Research and Practice around the World (Bloomsbury: 2018).

reading chapters

Introduction

Chapter 4 African History and Global History

Chapter 12 World History, Nationally

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Dante Reading Group
H2.46

All interested staff and students are welcome to join this informal lunchtime reading group, tackling Dante's Divine Comedy one canto per week.

We are reading the parallel-text edition by Robert M. Durling (copies and e-book available in the library).

The group meets at 1-2pm on Wednesdays during terms 1 and 2 (except reading week) in H2.46.

To be added to the mailing list or for further information, please email sarah.wood@warwick.ac.uk.

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GHCC reading group
H0.03 Humanities Building
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Study Abroad
H0.60

First Briefing meeting for second year History students interested in applying for a year abroad - with Professor Tim Lockley

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Transformations first training session
H5.45

Come along to learn more about how to prepare for your role as a Transformations tutor. There will be plenty of pizza and other snacks provided!

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EHRC Research Seminar: Heather Jones (London), 'Leaving Europe, Privileging Empire? The Changing Identity of the British Monarchy in the First World War'
TBA
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David Nicholls Memorial Trust Annual public lecture
Regents Park College, Oxford

By Dr Leon-Sealey Huggins (YPCCS and Global Sustainable Development, University of Warwick)

This annual public lecture will take place at Regent's Park College, Oxford

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Medieval Seminar
Humanities Building, Transnational Resources Centre, Group Study Room

Work in Progress Seminar

Speakers: Dr Louise Campion (Warwick IAS) and Dr Sarah Wood (Warwick English and Comparative Literary Studies)

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Caribbean Studies Seminar
Regent’s Park College, Oxford, Pusey Street, OX1 2LB

'Apocalypse now? Climate violence and sacrifice in and for the Caribbean'

Dr Leon Sealey-Huggins

(YPCCS and Global Sustainable Development, University of Warwick)

This is the David Nicholls Memorial Trust Annual Lecture

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Medieval Work in Progress Seminar-all welcome
Group Study Room, Transnational Resources Centre, Humanities Building

Speakers will be Dr Louise Campion (Warwick IAS) and Dr Sarah Wood (Warwick English and Comparative Literary Studies). 

Refreshments will be provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.