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Research Seminar

Institute of the Humanities Research Seminar Series 

Semester 1 2022/23

Please note: the IHRS is running in a hybrid format this year. In person seminars will take place in LIP121. All in-person sessions will be live streamed on MS Teams. Please email jennifer.aston@northumbria.ac.uk for further information.

 

28/09/2022

   

Dr Rachel Murray (Northumbria), Military Attachments: Marine Life in Moore and Bishop.

 

05/10/2022

Liberating Histories Panel: Networks of Feeling in Women's Movement Magazines Solitude in Shrew (Dr Eleanor Careless), Outrage in Outwrite (Dr Mel Waters) and Hope in Red Rag (Dr Victoria Bazin)'?

 

12/10/2022

                   

Impact Showcase (Interpreting Sites and Collections Cluster): Emma Thomas (Director of the National Trust's Seaton Delaval Hall), The Curtain Rises: A National Heritage Lottery Fund project at Seaton Delaval Hall.

 

19/10/2022 

     

Dr James West (University of York), Building History: Race, Space, and Chicago's Black Press

 

26/10/2022 

   

Dr Chloé Kattar (Northumbria University), Global Conservatism? The political itinerary of Lebanese Diplomat Charles Malik (1945-1982).

 

02/11/2022 

   

Dr Christopher Lloyd (University of Hertfordshire), Towards a Queer Bestiary: Non/Humans in Contemporary US Literature. [ONLINE ONLY]

 

09/11/2022

     

Impact Showcase (Community Stakeholders and Academic Research Cluster), speaker TBC.

 

16/11/2022

     

Professor Kate Dossett (University of Leeds), Black Theatre Making, Censorship & Creatorship in the Archive.

   

23/11/2022 

   

Professor Tony Badger (Cambridge & Northumbria), Researching and Writing ‘Why White Liberals Fail’: Race and Southern Politics from FDR to Trump.

   

30/11/2022 

     

Dr Andrew Bricker (Ghent University), The ‘Tricks and Wiles of Ambiguity’: Eighteenth-Century Satire and the Language of Libel.

   

07/12/2022

     

Professor Karen Corrigan (Newcastle), Old Letters from America and New Sounds from Europe: How Migration Reshapes the Linguistic Realities of Multilingual Societies. [ONLINE ONLY]

 

14/12/2022

   

PGR Showcase: Struan Kennedy (History), Loyal Dissidence: Counter-Hegemonic Visions of Ulster; James Brown (History), Dissidents as Weapons in Ideological Competition between Autocracies and Democracies, 1964-2022.

The full schedule can also be downloaded in PDF format here.

 


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