Research events play an important role in our active research culture. Academic staff from the University and other institutions come together with students to share and debate the latest ideas and developments.
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|20 November 2019||15:30||Centre for Early Modern Studies Research Seminar. Full details|| Add event|
|20 November 2019||16:00||Prof. Helen Gittos tells us about her recent research on the intersections of liturgy and the vernacular in medieval England before the Reformation. Full details|| Add event|
|20 November 2019||16:00||Dr Meenal Shrivastava, author of Amma's Daughters (Athabasca University Press, 2018) will talk about her research into women activists associated with Gandhian mass anti-colonial movement in India. Full details|| Add event|
|27 November 2019||15:00||Dr Kit Heyam (University of Plymouth), Lois Stone (University of Manchester), Dr Emma Vickers (Liverpool John Moores University). Full details|| Add event|
|4 December 2019||15:30||New members of CEMS will introduce their research interests.
Speakers: Chris Ewers (English), Rethinking temporality in the long eighteenth century.
Meredith Hale (Art History and Visual Culture), The Geography of Satire. Elin Jones (History), Passages of Time: Maritime Temporality and the Royal Navy, 1750 – 1850.. Full details|| Add event|
|4 December 2019||16:00||Dr Rebecca Williams (University of Exeter) will speak about her current research project on population control in post-colonial India. Full details|| Add event|
|4 December 2019||18:00||This year's Simon Barton Memorial Lecture is being given by Prof. Jonathan Phillips, one of the UK's leading experts on the Crusades. He has published major works on the Second and Fourth Crusades, and is currently writing a new history of the Third. He is also well known to the public through his various appearances on TV and radio. This talk draws on his recently published book 'The Life and Legend of the Sultan Saladin' (Yale, 2019) and pays tribute to Simon Barton's work on Islam and Spain. Full details|| Add event|
|11 December 2019||16:30||Denial and Decolonization: Britain and the afterlives of Indian rule: Dr Yasmin Khan, University of Oxford. Full details|| Add event|
|22 January 2020||15:00||Hannes Hacke (Humboldt), Dr. Camilla Smith (Birmingham), Ty Vanover (Berkeley). Full details|| Add event|
|22 January 2020||16:00||Dr Rob Jones completed his PhD on medieval military display at Cardiff. He currently works for Advanced Studies in England, which offers study abroad programmes for students from the US. His talk will discuss the pyschology of combat and will draw on recent research and, no doubt, his own experiences with medieval weaponry. Full details|| Add event|
|19 February 2020||16:00||Nick Holder is Senior Properties Historian at English Heritage and an Honorary Research Associate at Exeter. In this talk, he will discuss employment opportunities for historians in the heritage sector, and highlight some of the skills and experiences that are needed to pursue careers in this area. Full details|| Add event|
|4 March 2020||16:00||Prof. Sebastian Sobecki will talk on an aspect of medieval maritime history. Full details|| Add event|
|25 March 2020||Dr Debjani Bhattacharyya will speak on her work related to the history of the Indian Ocean. Full details|| Add event|
|25 March 2020||18:00||This year's annual Orme Lecture will be given by Prof. Elisabeth van Houts. Full details|| Add event|
|29 April 2020||16:00||Dr Virginia Bainbridge, an Honorary Research Associate at Exeter, will discuss her recent research on the monks of Syon Abbey during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This talk draws on the manuscripts and archives from the 'Syon Abbey Collection' which is held by the University Library. Full details|| Add event|
|13 May 2020||15:00||This workshop is co-hosted with the Centre for Medical History. Dr Zubin Mistry will talk about his research into childlessness in early medieval societies. Full details|| Add event|
|13 May 2020||15:00||Joint seminar with the Centre for Medieval History. Confirmed speakers are Dr. Zubin Mistry (Edinburgh). Further details tba.. Full details|| Add event|