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Flooding of River Anker, Nuneaton, Warwickshire; 27 May 1932.

Fate, luck and fortune: narratives of environmental risk. Workshop one, Historical narratives.

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Description

In this workshop we will examine the development of concepts of fate, luck and fortune in narratives of environmental risk, noting how the characteristics of these concepts (if not these concepts themselves) may emerge in different temporal and spatial contexts.

Booking closes at 12 noon on 29 March 2017.
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British Library and British Museum - field trip 2017

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This trip to the British Library, British Museum and National Gallery is available to all students on the module, V13341: 'Overseas exploration, European diplomacy, and the rise of Tudor England'. The trip will take place on Friday 12 May 2017.
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British Agricultural History Society Workshop

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Description

This workshop is designed to give postgraduate students and early career historians a platform to share and discuss their research in a supportive environment with their peers, academics in the field and other interested parties.

The workshop will take place on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.

Humanities Building, A03, University Park.
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Contemporary Applications of Historical Research Conference

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This conference is for PhD and Masters students to discuss the application of their historical research to any contemporary issue.

The conference will be held on Friday 5th May 2017

Humanities Building, A03, University Park.
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Visual Histories of Occupation Workshop

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Description

This one-day workshop, which is part of the COTCA Project, will involve scholars from around the world working on different cases of 'foreign occupation' across the modern era.

The workshop will take place on Friday 23rd June 2017

Trent Building, LG11, University Park Campus
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The History Festival 2017

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Description

A 3-day festival, 5-7 April, with a wide range of events, from talks and workshops, to guided walks and living history.

All events are free but some require booking.

Please note that the table below lists the events which are bookable only. For a full programme, please check the festival brochure.

To book, please click the 'Add to Basket' button and select the event you want to attend.
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