‘African American Music in Italy, 1930-60’

On Monday, October 28th, at 5.30pm in QU122, this year’s series of History Research Seminars at UoG will begin with a paper from our very own Dr Christian O’Connell. We hope to see you there, and as a taster here’s Christian’s abstract – it sounds it’ll be a fascinating evening! The influence and cultural significance … More ‘African American Music in Italy, 1930-60’

Historical Association, Gloucestershire Branch

The Gloucestershire Branch of the Historical Association hosts numerous fascinating talks throughout the year which are always well worth attending. This year’s programme commences on September 23rd, with the Annual General Meeting and a talk by David Swinson about the 19th-century politician Lord Carlingford and his encounter with the ‘white death’, tuberculosis. Other seminars throughout … More Historical Association, Gloucestershire Branch

HISTORY SEMINAR: 20 May 2013, 4.30-6.30, FCH QU122

Two of our postgraduates are presenting papers this Monday, 20th May, at a public event. Please do attend, they are both undertaking some very interesting work! Sarah Dickinson, ‘Preparation and Performance: Puritan Experiences of Dying in Early Modern England’ This paper, drawn from my MA research, explores Puritan perceptions of dying in early modern England. … More HISTORY SEMINAR: 20 May 2013, 4.30-6.30, FCH QU122

Forthcoming Seminar Paper – Wednesday 30th January, 5.30 (FCH QU122)

Hannah Grist – Introduction to Paper: “Dennis Potter Heritage Project: Autoethnography as Methodology” In this paper I will explore a part of the layered methodological approach I have adopted to study the heritage sector-led management of Dennis Potter’s legacy in the Forest of Dean. My research explores the emotional (affective) encounters audiences, staff, volunteers, and … More Forthcoming Seminar Paper – Wednesday 30th January, 5.30 (FCH QU122)