All seminars are FREE and everyone is welcome. They take place in Room 101 Attenborough Tower, University of Leicester, University Road, LEICESTER LEI 7RH – unless otherwise noted.
12 October 12:30-1:30pm
‘Transatlantic slavery, landownership and enclosure in England, 1738-1836’
Prof. Corinne Fowler
26 October 2-4pm
‘Black lives in British archives’
Gaverne Bennett and Chloe Phillips
16 November 2-4pm
‘Tommy “what a life” Hatton: boxing promoter, bibliophile and founder of Leicester’s local history collection’
Dr Simon Dixon
This event will be held in the Digital Culture Studio, David Wilson Library
30 November 2-4pm
‘Wives, sociability and separation in 19th-century England’
Denise Greany and Judy Somekh
14 December 2-4pm
‘Local histories of religious minorities: perspectives from 18th-century Wales and late 20th-century England’
Dr Zoe Knox and Dr Angela Muir
To celebrate the re-launch of our seminar series, and the opening of our new research space, all presenters this semester are University of Leicester colleagues, postgraduate research students or alumni.
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