The Faculty of History is running a number of events throughout 2018.
Availability, costings and details can be found below. If you have any further questions, please contact the History Faculty at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 12 May - Annual Alumni Lecture and Dinner
Oriel College - 17:00 - 22:30
Global War and Disease: The Making of Modern Bodies
Dr Erica Charters
Until the early twentieth century, disease always killed and incapacitated far more soldiers and sailors than did combat. Overseas colonial warfare further challenged European forces to adapt to new environments, both physically and culturally. This talk examines how foreign disease environments shaped European warfare and European identity, including scientific concepts of race, during a crucial period of Western empire building. It provides a history of disease in imperial war to reflect on notions of progress, both in medicine and in warfare.
Tickets £65, with a limited number also available at the reduced price of £45 for alumni who matriculated in 2000 or later.
Women in Politics: Within and Without the World of Suffrage throughout History
12.30 - 13.30 & 14.30 - 15.30
The Faculty of History will be holding two sessions on the afternoon of Saturday 15 September, discussing women in politics throughout history.
The two sessions offered by the Faculty of History will comprise presentations by leading historians on how women have been involved in, and contributed to, the poltical world at different points in history. Each session will have talked by two academics on their time periods, followed by a general discussion.