PGF Seminar 25th November 1-2pm

We will be hearing from Harry Lewis a current second year PhD student at the University of Edinburgh. Harry’s research focuses on the Jacobite’s in the Caribbean, notably on the impact they had on the development and functioning of the British Empire in the region. Harry will deliver his paper  “Jacobite Rebellions in the Caribbean”.   For Read more about PGF Seminar 25th November 1-2pm[…]

PGF Seminar 18th November, 1-2pm

We will be hearing from Elly Polignano a first year PhD candidate within our school. Her research focuses on the wide-spread literary form of the epigram and her thesis will offer the first critical edition and commentary of Marcus Argentarius’s thirty- seven epigrams.  Elly will deliver her paper “P.Oxy. 3723: limits and ambiguity on the elegiac genre“. For Read more about PGF Seminar 18th November, 1-2pm[…]

PGF Seminar 11th November, 1-2pm

Our next seminar will take place online on Wednesday 11th November 1-2pm.   Adrian Pole Seminar We will be hearing from Adrian Pole a current PhD candidate at University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on cross-cultural interactions between international volunteers in the Spanish Civil War and the people, places, and politics of 1930s Spain. Adrian will deliver his paper “No exit today – Read more about PGF Seminar 11th November, 1-2pm[…]

Postgraduate Forum Seminars – Semester 1 Timetable

We have a full schedule for our first semester covering a broad range of fantastic subjects. All the seminars for semester 1 will take place online and details of the Zoom meeting will be sent in the week prior to the seminar. Grab a cuppa and join us on Wednesday’s 1-2pm.   11th November – Read more about Postgraduate Forum Seminars – Semester 1 Timetable[…]

Newsletter 20 – 26 November

Dear all, Due to the fact that there was no PGF Seminar last week, we are pleased to announce that we have not one, not three, but two(!) seminars for you to enjoy this Wednesday! We hope to see you there, or at one of the other seminars being given this week! Best wishes, The Read more about Newsletter 20 – 26 November[…]

Postgraduate Forum Seminars – Semester 1 Timetable

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 Read more about Postgraduate Forum Seminars – Semester 1 Timetable[…]

Newsletter 16th-22nd October

Hi everyone! This week there are multiple research seminars, including a wonderful PGF Seminar(!), going on at the School this week. Furthermore, there is a temporary museum exhibition at the Great North Museum. Hopefully we will catch you at one of the events! Best wishes, The PGF Committee PGF SEMINAR: ‘‘IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN COLONIAL Read more about Newsletter 16th-22nd October[…]

History Lab 2017: Creating Dialogue.

  History Lab 2017: Creating Dialogue. Teesside University, Wednesday 5 April 2017. The Curve T1.01, 12:30 – 6:00pm   12:30 – 1pm: Registration 1:00 – 2pm: Welcome and Panel 1 – Thinking about Militarism and Peace (Chair: Sophie Roberts) Rowan Thompson, (PhD, Northumbria University) ‘An essential institution in British aviation’: The Air League of the Read more about History Lab 2017: Creating Dialogue.[…]

NEWCASTLE CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINARS, SPRING 2017

Please find below the programme for the Classics and Ancient History Research Seminars taking place this semester at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University. All seminars begin at 5.00 pm on the given day and, unless specified below, take place in Room 2.50 on the 2nd floor of the Armstrong Building. (A campus Read more about NEWCASTLE CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINARS, SPRING 2017[…]

Newcastle University Roman Archaeology Seminar Series, Semester 2 Winter/Spring 2017

All the following seminars are on Tuesdays at 18:00 hrs in Armstrong Building room 1.06 7 Feb 2017 – James Harland (York University) ‘The End of Roman Rule and the Adventus Saxonum: Rethinking Ethnicity in post-Roman Britain’   21 Feb – Simon Esmonde Cleary (Birmingham University) ‘The Mediterranean Mattered More: Imperial weakness and local responses Read more about Newcastle University Roman Archaeology Seminar Series, Semester 2 Winter/Spring 2017[…]