Graduate Seminar Programme in the Arts and Humanities

Arts and Humanities Seminars

The Graduate Seminar Programme in the Arts and Humanities is open to all interested DPhil, master’s and other postgraduate students and is intended to provide an opportunity not only to discuss recent research findings and methodological approaches but to meet with other students and academic staff.

Invited speakers present a paper exploring a topic and methodologies relevant to a range of subject disciplines followed by a discussion.

Metallurgy and Microhistory at the 1925 Paris Exposition

Dr Claire O'Mahony will present on Metallurgy and Microhistory at the 1925 Paris Exposition

Hercules in popular cinema - screening the original superhero

Thu 5th December 2019 Dr Kim Shahabudin will present on 'Hercules in popular cinema: screening the original superhero'

The why and how of (scientific) biography

Thu 31st October 2019 Georgina Ferry will present on 'The why and how of (scientific) biography'

Graduate Presentations

Thu 14th March 2019, 17:15 - 19:00, in the Mawby Pavilion, Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JA

What next for the country house ?

Dr Oliver Cox will present on "What next for the country house". This seminar is open to all interested postgraduate students.

In Gandhi's Shadow: the (mis)remembering of a rival Founding Father

Dr Robert Upton discusses how the memory of one of the first leaders of India's independence movement has fared across time..

Drowned books and their histories: making sense of a C17th shipwreck and its remarkable cargo

Dr Janet Dickinson discusses the discovery of shipwreck BZN17.