Events of Interest to DPIR

Further events taking place at Oxford which may be of interest to those studying Politics and International Relations

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Forthcoming Events

Jan
22

Children Writing War in the Nineteenth

Wed, 22 Jan - 17:15 -   .ics

Speaker: Emma Butcher

Where: Wharton Room, All Souls College

Series: History of War Seminar Series

Joint session with the Centre for the History of Childhood

Jan
31

Demography and Marriage

Fri, 31 Jan - 17:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Professor Margot Finn

Where: South School, Examination Schools

Series: The James Ford Lectures - Family and Empire: Kinship and British Colonialism in the East India Company Era, c. 1750-1850

Followed by a Drinks Reception in North School directly following the lecture

Feb
20

Vernacular Discourses of Gender Equality in the Postwar British Working Class

Thu, 20 Feb - 11:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, Natalie Thomlinson

Where: Rees Davies Room, History Faculty

Series: Modern History Research Seminar

In conjunction with the Women, Gender and Culture Seminar; and the Modern British History Seminar

Feb
20

Vernacular Discourses of Gender Equality in the Postwar British Working Class

Thu, 20 Feb - 11:30 -   .ics

Speakers: Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, Natalie Thomlinson

Where: Rees Davies Room, History Faculty

Series: Modern British History Seminar

Note: joint with the Modern History Seminar at 11:30 in the History Faculty, Rees Davies Room

Feb
27

The Problem with the ‘Home Front’: Rethinking a Conceptual Category in 20th-Century Europe and its Empires

Thu, 27 Feb - 11:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Sue Grayzel

Where: Rees Davies Room, History Faculty

Series: Modern History Research Seminar

In conjunction with the Women, Gender and Culture Seminar; and the Modern British History Seminar

Feb
27

The Problem with the “Home Front”: Rethinking a Conceptual Category in 20th-Century Europe and its Empires?

Thu, 27 Feb - 11:30 -   .ics

Speaker: Susan Grayzel

Where: Rees Davies Room, History Faculty

Series: Modern British History Seminar

Note: joint with the Modern History Seminar at 11:30am in the History Faculty, Rees Davies Room

Feb
28

On synthetic income panels

Fri, 28 Feb - 13:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Dr Hector Moreno

Where: Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

Mar
06

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