All are welcome to attend the opening lecture of the 2018 autumn term for IHR’s seminar, European History, 1150-1550. Julien Théry ( University of Lyon) will present his lecture entitled, ‘The French Way. The Rift between The Papacy and Capetian Monarchy under Philip the Fair (1285-1314)’ this Thursday, 27th September. The complete 2018-19 programme can be found here.
The Institute of Historical Research continues its History of Liturgy seminars for the 2018 and 2019 terms. For more information, please visit their website.
Programme: IHR European history 1150-1550 Seminar, 2016–2017 Fortnightly Thursdays 17:30, IHR Wolfson II unless noted; free, all welcome Winter Term 29th September ** Senate House South Block Room 349 (3rd Floor)** Chris Wickham (Oxford): Jiangnan style: Doing global economic history in the medieval period 13th October Giorgio Lizzul (KCL): The republic, commerce, and public debtContinue reading “Programme: IHR European history 1150-1550 Seminar, 2016–2017”
There was a packed conference room in the newly-refurbished Institute of Historical Research at Senate House, as eager members of the Church Monuments and Monumental Brass Societies gathered to hear about new approaches to incised brass memorials. As a sequel of sorts to a conference reconsidering approaches to funerary monuments on the half-centenary of Panofsky’sContinue reading “Conference review: Commemoration of the Dead: new approaches, new perspectives, new material (15 November 2014)”
Conference Commemoration of the Dead: new approaches, new perspectives, new material London, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street Saturday, 15 November 2014, 10am – 5pm Recent years have witnessed a rapid growth in new research and consideration of commemorative brasses and funerary monuments. This one-day joint meeting, sponsored by the Monumental Brass SocietyContinue reading “Conference: Commemoration of the Dead (London, 15 November 2014)”
History within the Academy: Ask the Experts Friday, 27 June 2014 from 09:15 to 13:30 London, Institute of Historical Research This half day workshop is organised jointly with the Royal Historical Society & History Lab Plus. The workshop is aimed at early career historians and anyone seeking an academic post in history. Those who haveContinue reading “Event: historyLab Plus – History within the Academy: Ask the Experts (London, 27 June 2014)”