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History and Cultures Workshop Spring Term Programme
23rd January (4.15pm)
(University of Liverpool),
Spectres of the Haitian Revolution: Representations of Faustin Soulouque in the British Press, 1847-1859.
6th February (4.15pm)
‘Gaelic manhood’ versus ‘Anglican Athletics’ – two models of manliness in Irish sport.
27th February (4.15pm)
|Dr Eloise Moss
(Past and Present Fellow, IHR)
A Metropolis Ruled by Market? : Burglar Alarms and the Regulation of Crime in Interwar London.
13th March (6pm)
(University of Southampton)
Uniforming Jewish Youth: The Jewish Lads’ Brigade and Jewish Scouts and Guides in the UK, 1895-1939
|Week 11: 27th March –
Women and radio in Ghana in the late colonial period.