Graduate Research Conference and Special Lecture

On May 5th-6th (Monday-Tuesday of 2nd week), the Modern British and European History Graduate Research Conference will be held at the Faculty of History on George Street. This conference, organised and run by students reading for the MPhil in Modern British and European History, provides an opportunity for Masters’ Students to present their research in progress on topics as diverse as Seventeenth-century Witchcraft, through Migration Policy, Victorian Missions, Gender, Society and Identity in the 20th Century, Activism, Violence, and Warfare. The full programme will soon be available from

The event will culminate in a special lecture given by Professor John Horne of Trinity College Dublin, entitled ‘When did the Great War End? The Time-Frames of the First World War’. This will be held in the Lecture Theatre at the History Faculty at 5pm on the 6th of May. Further particulars can be obtained by emailing

All are welcome at these eventsHogarth_lecture_1736.

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