History Program Research Seminars

Semester 2, 2016

Fridays, 12-1pm, Faculty Seminar Room
(Room E561, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton campus)

August 5


Donald Bloxham,
University of Edinburgh

Historianship and Moral Judgement (provisional title)

August 12

Jay Winter,
Yale University

Photographing War
Library lecture

The Gallery, Sir Louis Matheson Library, 40 Exhibition Walk, Clayton campus.

August 19


Annabelle Baldwin,
Monash University

Oral History’s Past: A Return to Large Interview Samples in the Twenty-First Century

August 26


Carolyn Dean,
Yale University

The First Witnesses: Soghomon Tehlirian and Scholem Schwarzbard, 1921 and 1927

September 2


Ryan Jones,
University of Auckland

Red Dawn in the South Pacific:  Scientists, Soviet Whalers, and the Great Humpback Collapse of 1960 – 1961

September 9


Diana Jeske,
Monash University

Emotional Rhetoric and Affectivity in the Political Correspondence of Anselm of Canterbury and Matilda of Scotland

September 16

Benjamin Mountford,
Federation University

Open Doors: Britain, China, and Colonial Australia

September 23


John Henderson, Birkbeck College, University of London

Plague, Prosecution and the Poor in Late Renaissance Florence

October 7


Cynthia Neville, Dalhousie University

‘No Remission without Satisfaction’: The Influence of the Church on the Law of Felony in Medieval Scotland


October 21

Zora Simic, University of New South Wales

Historicising a ‘national disgrace’: Towards a Feminist History of Domestic Violence in Australia since 1788

* no seminar on July 29 or October 14 due to History staff meetings

Convenor: Dr Charlotte Greenhalgh 99024329, charlotte.greenhalgh@monash.edu