The Centre’s Fall Term 2017 Seminar Schedule

We have a great lineup this term for the Centre for Imperial & Global History’s weekly seminar series. Mark your calendars!

Kicking things off this afternoon is Professor Martin Thomas on ‘Between Dien Bien Phu and Geneva: How the Vietminh lost the war they won’.

Should you have any queries, please contact the seminar coordinator, Dr. Emily Bridger.

Date

Event

27 September
Week 1
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Welcome Event

Martin Thomas (Exeter), ‘Between Dien Bien Phu and Geneva: How the Vietminh lost the war they won’

11 October
Week 3
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Linda Bryder (University of Auckland), ‘The mobilisation of mothers: 1917 National Baby Week’

25 October
Week 5
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Rachel Pistol (Exeter), ‘Second World War Internment and its Aftermath – Comparing Internee Experiences in the UK and the USA’

8 November
Week 7
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Ollie Owen (Oxford), ‘Burma Boys in war and peace: Transformational experiences of Nigerian soldiers in World War II’

22 November
Week 9
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Ghee Bowman (Exeter), ‘“No Pakis at Dunkirk”: Force K6 of the Indian Army in Europe, 1939-1945’

6 December
Week 11
Amory B316
4:30-6pm

Miguel Hernandez (Exeter), ‘“The Menace of Modern Immigration”: Nativism and the Ku Klux Klan in 1920s America’

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