This year we have scheduled many exciting seminars and talks. It was absolute pleasure to get such a good turnout for our first proper seminar last week. Don’t worry if you’ve missed it, here is the timetable for what else is on this semester. Make sure to write the dates down in your calendars and be there (or be square!).
We are looking forward to seeing all your lovely faces!
Wednesday 18th October, 1-2pm, Armstrong 1.03
Tom Whitfield, Archaeology PhD candidate, Newcastle University
‘It’s Always Sunny in Colonial Williamsburg’ – The Virginian Gentry have an Identity Crisis [1764-1775]
Wednesday 1st November, 1-2pm, Armstrong 1.03
Ayshah Johnston, History PhD candidate, Newcastle University
‘”Pity My Distress”: Pauper women’s appeals for aid under the 1880 Poor Relief Act in Barbados’
Wednesday 8th November, 1-2pm, Armstrong 1.03
Thomas Stewart, History PhD candidate, Edinburgh University
‘The impact of the 1973 Dundee East by-election on the SNP in Dundee’.
Wednesday 22nd November, 1-2pm, Armstrong 1.03
Roberto Ciucciove, Classics & Ancient History, Newcastle University
‘A controversial tribunician statute: the plebiscitum Claudianum at the beginning of the Second Punic War (218 BC)’
Floor Huisman, Archaeology PhD candidate, Durham University
Backwater economies? A foodway framework for examining wetland worldviews in the prehistoric past
Wednesday 8th December, 1-2pm, Armstrong 1.03
Christopher Whittaker, Archaeology Masters, Newcastle University
Breedon Hill, Leicestershire: an archaeological investigation at a multi-period hilltop site.
Rowan Thompson, History PhD candidate, Northumbria University
‘England expects every man will do his duty’: Trafalgar Day, Naval Commemoration and National Identity, 1895-1939
Wednesday 13th December, 1-2, Armstrong 1.03
Madeleine Pelling, History of Art PhD candidate, University of York
Writing the Museum: Mary Hamilton’s A Catalogue of Curiosities at Bulstrode and Horace Walpole’s The Duchess of Portland’s Museum