Amendments to event programme on strike days

In the light of industrial action on 25-29 November (Monday-Friday of 7th week) and 2-4 December (Monday-Wednesday of 8th week), some events scheduled to take place at the Institute have been cancelled.

The RAI has been advised that the following seminars will not take place:

American History Research Seminar
Peter Thompson (Oxford)
Response to the Harmsworth Lecture
Tuesday 26 November
12:15-13:45  
[This paper will be rescheduled for next term.]

American Literature Research Seminar
Katie McGettigan (Royal Holloway)
The Whale, or Moby Dick, international copyright and the transatlantic fashioning of American authorship
Thursday 28 November
17:30-18:30

American History Research Seminar
Rosie Knight (Sheffield)
White mamas and White devils: White women and enslaved children in the antebellum US South
Tuesday 3 December
12:15-13:45
[This paper will be rescheduled for next term.]

American Politics Graduate Seminar
Joshua Goldstein (St Hilda’s)
Does U.S. public opinion follow the leader or follow the crowd? Evidence from experimental surveys involving cyber-attack vignettes
Wednesday 4 December
15:00-16:00

The events below will be held as scheduled:

American History Graduate Seminar
Grace Mallon (University College)
Trade and finance in a federal system from the Hamiltonian programme to Jefferson’s embargo
Monday 25 November
12:00-14:00

Special Seminar
Jeffrey Weinberg in conversation with Nigel Bowles
Challenges of Washington
Tuesday 26 November
15:30-17:00

American History Graduate Seminar
Stephen Symchych (St Antony’s)
Massachusetts Jeffersonians?
Monday 2 December
12:00-14:00

 

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