Historical Studies lunchtime lectures and events
- Venue: Arts Faculty Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)
- Time: 1:10 - 1:50 pm
The Historical Studies 'lunchtime lecture' series gives students an opportunity to hear a number of talks each year on subjects of general interest, across both History and History of Art. A number of the slots are also used to stage debates and discussions.
The lectures focus on the process of research, as well as research outcomes, to give participants a sense of how research projects evolve and the sort of problems historians encounter. As such, the lectures are designed to be of particular use to students. The lectures include talks by both existing members of staff and scholars from other institutions.
In addition, we also typically provide a number of other academic events over the course of the year that are open to all our students: ranging from tours to oral history interviews.
- Reactions to the Russian Revolution 6 November 2017, 1.00 PM - 6 November 2017, 1.50 PM Josephine Von Zitzewitz Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex
- I ain't afraid of no ghost: why historians love things that go bump in the night 13 November 2017, 1.00 PM - 13 November 2017, 1.50 PM Will Pooley Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex
- The most famous American in the world: Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Bristol' 20 November 2017, 1.00 PM - 3 October 2017, 1.50 PM Sam Hitchmough Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex
- The violence of disappearance 27 November 2017, 1.00 PM - 27 November 2017, 1.50 PM Brad Evans Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex
- Surviving the 24-hour exam 4 December 2017, 1.00 PM - 4 December 2017, 1.50 PM History Society Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex
- Dissertation Clinic 11 December 2017, 1.00 PM - 11 December 2017, 1.50 PM Grace Huxford, Andy Flack Lecture Theatre 2, Arts Complex