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The First Year Welcome Talk will be held on Monday 8th September at 10.30am in the Buchanan Lecture Theatre to which all 1st year students are invited to attend.
The School invites incoming PhD students to apply for studentships funded by i) the AHRC; and ii) the University. The number of scholarships available, and their value, will be finalised in due course. More information about the studentships can be found here
Reformation and Early Modern
Thursday, 18 September
Tara Alberts (York)
'Missionary medicine and miracles between Asia and Europe, 1500-1700’
5.15 pm, New Seminar Room, St John's House, 71 South Street
Institute of Intellectual History
Tuesday, 23 September Andreas Hess (UCD)
‘Exile from Exile: The Political Theory of Judith N. Shklar’
5.15 pm, Room 1.10, St Katherine’s Lodge, The Scores
Wednesday, 24 September
Dr Sławomir Kapralski
The Genocide of Roma during WWII and Its Aftermath: Memory--Identity--Recognition
4.30 pm, New Seminar Room, St John's House, 71 South Street
Monday, 29 September
Dr Sophie Oosterwijk (St Andrews)
The MeMO (Medieval Memoria Online) project: pre-Reformation tomb monuments and commemoration in the Netherlands.
5.15 pm, Old Class Library, St John’s House, 71 South Street
Institute of Scottish Historical Research
Thursday, 2 October
Professor Chris Whatley (Dundee)
'Burns by an Englishman is impossible": sculptors, statues and the contested memory of Robert Burns'
5.00 pm, Arts Lecture Theatre, New Arts Building