This event will take place both in-person, in the Lecture Theatre at the Faculty of History, and online via Zoom.
To acknowledge Disability History Month, between the 18 November and 18 December, the History Faculty Disability Working Group has organised a student-led workshop showcasing the research undertaken by students in the Faculty.
Afterwards there will be tea and coffee in the Common Room which will be the perfect opportunity to socialise and ask the speakers more about their research topics.
The five student speakers, Samantha McCormack; Nadia Bon; Irem Yildiz; Shristi Kochar; Shelley Castle, will be giving short papers covering a variety of research topics ranging from childhood experiences, blindness and the long-term effects of chemical warfare and there will be plenty of time for questions.
We hope to see many of you there for what should be a very interesting workshop.
There are limited in-person spaces so register now to avoid disappointment / book your online space here