Jason Dittmer – Apocalypse, Now? The Geopolitics of Left Behind

Event date 15 December 2010 (17:00-19:00) Location: ALT2 The Humanities and Arts Research Centre (HARC) at Royal Holloway University of London presents: Dr Jason Dittmer (UCL) – Apocalypse, Now? The Geopolitics of Left Behind In this presentation I trace the popular geopolitics of the best-selling evangelical Left Behind books, which have sold over 65 million copies globally, from the texts …

Stephen Gundle – ‘Berlusconi in Historical Perspective’

Event date: 15 December 2010 Masculinity and Political Leadership in Europe Workshop 15th and 16th December 2010, Institute of Historical Research UL and Birkbeck College UL. Keynote lecture: Professor Stephen Gundle (Warwick): ‘Berlusconi in Historical Perspective’ Programme download here ———————————————————- talk: ———————————————————- questions: ———————————————————- accompanying images: ———————————————————- share this entry:

Feasting on food porn: what are we consuming?

Event date: 13 December 2010 Royal Holloway Faculty of Arts Feasting on food porn: what are we consuming? A roundtable discussion with James Abadi, Ruth Cruickshank, Mark Dredge, John Ellis, Mike Hoare and Carol Vallejo The recent explosion of food and drink in the print media, TV, film and the Internet prompts us to feast yet reminds us we are …

Gender and the Holocaust – conference page

Event date: 10 December 2010 The Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ   The Holocaust Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London Gender and the Holocaust The workshop is open to undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and others. The idea of the ‘workshop’ format is to explore debates arising from specific issues in Holocaust Studies in an informal …

Maddy Carey – Re-thinking the Collapse of Jewish Fatherhood in the Holocaust

Event date: 10 December 2010 The Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ   The Holocaust Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London Gender and the Holocaust ——————————————————————- Maddy Carey (Royal Holloway) – Re-thinking the Collapse of Jewish Fatherhood in the Holocaust ——————————————————————- talk: ——————————————————————- questions: ——————————————————————- <<== back to conference page share this entry:

Rachel Century – Dictating the Holocaust: Women working for the Third Reich in Administrative Roles

Event date: 10 December 2010 The Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ   The Holocaust Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London Gender and the Holocaust ——————————————————————- Rachel Century (Royal Holloway) Dictating the Holocaust: Women working for the Third Reich in Administrative Roles ——————————————————————- talk: ——————————————————————- questions: ——————————————————————- accompanying images: ——————————————————————- <<== back to conference page share …

Antony Rowland – Reading the Female

Event date: 10 December 2010 The Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ   The Holocaust Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London Gender and the Holocaust ———————————————————————– Antony Rowland (University of Salford) – Reading the Female ———————————————————————– talk: ———————————————————————– questions: ———————————————————————– accompanying images: <<== back to conference page share this entry:

James Mather – From Cairo to Constantinople: Thee Centuries of British Trade and Travel in the Ottoman Empire

Event date: 9 December 2010 14 Stephenson Way
London NW1 2HD Mr James Mather (Barrister and Historian): From Cairo to Constantinople: Three Centuries of British Trade and Travel in the Ottoman Empire ———————————————————– talk: ———————————————————– questions: ———————————————————– share this entry:

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Vertical Geographies – conference page

    Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies   Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked …

Rory Rowan – The Uncertainty Principle: Verticality, War and Disorder in Schmitt, Sloterdijk and Virilio

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …