SCEMS Autumn Schedule 2021

SCEMS Autumn Semester 2021

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We are delighted to be hosting a selection of events this semester both in person and online, including lectures, seminars, and masterclasses. See below for our upcoming events:

Thursday 7th October, 17:15– Maxine Berg (Warwick) Lecture: ‘Slavery, Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution: Sweet Industriousness and the role of the Sugar Economy’ (in person)
Friday 8th October, 10:00-12:00  Maxine Berg (Warwick) Masterclass: ‘Reinventing the Industrial Revolution: One Woman’s History’ (in person)
Prof Berg’s visit is co-organized with the ‘Intoxicating Spaces’ project funded by HERA: https://www.intoxicatingspaces.org/
Thursday 21st October, 17:15 – Mike Braddick and Cathy Shrank (both Sheffield) will talk about their forthcoming and current AHRC and Leverhulme projects (hybrid)
Thursday 4th November, 17:15 – Karin Senneflet (Stockholm)  ‘Frostbite and the Fall: Lutheran bodies and the weather in the little ice age’ (online)
Thursday 18th November, 17:15 – Liza Blake (Toronto) Margaret Cavendish’s Book Fashioning (online)
Thursday 2nd December, 17:15 – Annika Raapke (Gottingen) ‘War and Peas. Power and Knowledge in the 18th century French Caribbean pacotille trade’ (online)
Thursday 16th December, 17:15 – Tara Hamling and Catherine Richardson (Birmingham and Kent) will talk about their AHRC ‘Middling Cultures’ project (online)