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History Research Seminars Autumn 2017

Every year, the History team at Portsmouth organise a series of research seminars that take place across the autumn and spring terms. Historians are invited from a range of institutions, both in Britain and abroad, to talk about their latest research projects. The subjects presented cover a broad historical timespan and offer insight into a diverse range of topics. This autumn features talks on society’s visions of future warfare, the representation of the 1549 Western Rebellion, and the role of clothing consumption in seventeenth century Sussex. All are welcome to attend.

Autumn 2017

Wednesday 18th October, 3:30-5:00pm. Room: Burnaby Building 1.25

Sleepwalking to the Precipice: The failure to predict the nature of future war, 1870-1914

David Bangert (University of Portsmouth)

 

Wednesday 15th November, 3:30-5:00pm. Room: Burnaby Building 1.25

Kill all the Gentlemen!: (Mis)representing the Western Rebels of 1549

Mark Stoyle (University of Southampton)

 

Tuesday 5th December, 5:00-6:30pm (CEISR seminar). Room: Denis Sciama 1.12

Metropolitan clothing consumption in seventeenth-century Sussex

Danae Tankard (University of Chichester)

 

 

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