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Friday, May 31, 2019

 
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Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme
Chapel of Christ the Servan, Coventry Cathedral

Runs from Tuesday, April 30 to Friday, July 05.

Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jacob Böhme

Free special guided tours of the exhibition.

School Academic Staff Away Day
Heart of England Forest, Dorsington
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The Warwick Postgraduate History Conference
Wolfson Research Exchange

10:00 PANEL 4: CONSTRUCTING IDENTITIES: RACE, SEXUALITY AND GENDER

Chair: Laura Schwartz

Molly Wilson-Smith. Darwinism, gender and feminism: the invention of capitalist

human nature in nineteenth century Britain

Hannah Ayres. Queering Public History: Identity and Community

Becky Hodgkinson. Migrant Work and Leisure: Caribbean Women’s Experiences of

Postwar and Postcolonial Britain

11:20 Coffee Break

11:40 PANEL 5: LOCAL POLITICAL CULTURE AND URBAN SOCIAL CHANGE IN

MEDIEVAL AND MODERN ENGLAND

Chair: Sarah Richardson

Sarah Boote-Powell. Bringing To Light ’The Hidden Things of Darkness’: Local

Politics in Three Midland Boroughs in the Age of Reform, 1826-41

Joe Chick. Take No Parishioners: Poverty Management in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-

Century Parishes

12.40 LUNCH BREAK

13.40 PANEL 6: EARLY MODERN EMPIRES: CULTURES OF BANDITRY, CORRUPTION,

AND MATERIAL CULTURE

Chair: Anne Gerritsen

Qianwen Qing. Scandal in the Caribbean, 1680—1720

Cheng He. The Formation of Lacquer in the Early Modern Europe

Sander Molenaar. The social organisation of sea bandits in Chaozhou, ca. 1460

15.00 COFFEE BREAK

15.20 PANEL 7: RELIGION, POLITICS, AND PERFORMANCE IN RESTORATION ENGLAND

Chair: Mark Knights

Hannah Straw. “This race of Drunkards, Pimps and Fools”: The Court Wits and

Performance

David Fletcher. ‘Hypocritical Religionaries’ remembered in Restoration drama

PANEL 6: EARLY MODERN EMPIRES: CULTURES OF BANDITRY, CORRUPTION,

AND MATERIAL CULTURE

Chair: Anne Gerritsen

Qianwen Qing. Scandal in the Caribbean, 1680—1720

Cheng He. The Formation of Lacquer in the Early Modern Europe

Sander Molenaar. The social organisation of sea bandits in Chaozhou, ca. 1460

16.20 CLOSING REMARKS

Deadline for students to register for graduation
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Research Cabaret
Warwick Arts Centre Studio

Like TedTalks? You’ll love Research Cabaret! Enjoy an evening of provocative and exciting talks from Warwick academics, combined with music, dance, and more.

Working in collaboration with award-winning composer Ben Osborn, and the Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas Theatre Company, Warwick University’s Institute of Advanced Study gives you a glimpse into the exciting research going on here in Coventry. Join us for a night to remember!

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Research Cabaret
Warwick Arts Centre Studio

Did you know mobile phones could sweat? Or that the ancient Greeks believed music was good for your health? Research Cabaret is an evening of provocative and exciting talks from Warwick academics, combined with music and dance. This quirky show looks at topics as far apart as parking, welfare reform, and ancient lyric poetry.