Gender, Place and Memory Research Cluster Seminar Series

In a break from our usual #womenshistorywed blog posts, the GPM team are delighted to announce the inaugural Gender, Place and Memory Research Cluster Seminar Series. We will be welcoming five academics from across the UK to the University of Hull to share their research on a wide variety of topics connected to our research aims from across the medieval, early modern and modern periods. Our exciting programme will launch on International Women’s Day where Professor James Daybell (Plymouth) will be exploring gender, power and materiality in early modern England, and then continue through April, May and June. Full programme details are below, all are welcome and we look forward to seeing you there!

Wednesday 8th March

Cohen Lecture Theatre 1

4.30pm

Gender, Place & Memory International Women’s Day Seminar

‘Ungloved: Gender, Power and Materiality of Early Modern English Gloves’

Professor James Daybell, Plymouth University

Wednesday 5th April

Cohen Lecture Theatre 1

4.30pm

Urban Topography, Municipal Texts, and Memory in late medieval England and Ireland

 Dr Eliza Hartrich, University of Sheffield

Wednesday 26th April

Cohen Lecture Theatre 1

4.30pm

Gender and Economic Development in early modern England: The Role of Asset Formation

Dr Judith Spicksley, University of York

Wednesday 17th May

Cohen Lecture Theatre 1

4.30pm

Local Concerns, Global Impact: The influence of early Anglo-American firms at home and abroad, 1815-1840

 Dr Emily Buchnea, University of Newcastle

Wednesday 7th June

Cohen Lecture Theatre 1

4.30pm

Men’s use of space in early modern medical interactions

 Dr Jennifer Evans, University of Hertfordshire

 

 

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