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Spellbound Exhibition

Spellbound Exhibition Explore the history of magic over eight centuries in this immersive and thought-provoking exhibition. The intriguing objects on display show how our ancestors used magical thinking to cope with the unpredictable world around them. They range from the fantastical and...

NAHRG Lecture Series 2018/19

Meetings take place at the UEA (Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre) at 2.30pm (except in December, when we hold a joint lecture with the NNAS in Norwich Castle). Non-members are welcome to try a couple of meetings before joining (no charge).   2018 October 6 Walter Rye (1843-1929):...

Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS Noblesse oblige?: Barons and the Public Good in the Middle Ages University of East Anglia, Norwich, 3-4 April 2019   The traditional—and still popular—image of the ‘feudal’ political order of the Middle Ages is one of anarchic knights and overmighty barons...

TOMBLAND

Number One bestselling author C. J. Sansom will publish his eagerly anticipated new Matthew Shardlake novel,  Tombland , on 18th October 2018.   Tombland  is C. J. Sansom’s seventh Matthew Shardlake novel – following, most recently, Lamentation – and involves...

SRS 2020

SRS 2020 Norwich: Join us at the University of East Anglia for the Society for Renaissance Studies 9th Biennial Conference, 7-9th July 2020, the largest gathering of early-modern and Renaissance scholars from around the world held in the UK. Find out more at SRS 2020 Norwich.

Autumn 2018 Medieval Seminar Series

  UEA Medieval History Seminar Autumn 2018 Programme: Mondays, 6.30 p.m., JSC 2.03 See full programme.

Spellbound Exhibition

Spellbound Exhibition: The @uniofeastanglia-sponsored 'Spellbound' exhibition open until Sunday 6th January 2019 at the http://ashmolean.org . Featuring research from Professor Malcolm Gaskill. Tickets are available here: https://www.ashmolean.org/spellbound

Careers in History

Don’t miss ‘Careers with History’, an event tailored just for you! If you’re studying History and want to find out more about your career options then come along to this event on 24 October. The event comprises two panels, one of UEA History alumni and one of employers who recruit...

Pet Therapy in History

Pets as Therapy!   Come de-stress with some handsome academic pets! Monday 21st May at 12.30pm.   Dog biscuits and bowls of water provided.  

History For All Event Cancelled

It is with great regret that we have had to cancel the History For All event that was due to take place on the 19th May 2018. Due to unforeseen circumstances this event will no longer be taking place and we will sadly not be rescheduling.

New Book By Richard Mills - The Politics of Football in Yugoslavia: Sport, Nationalism and the State

Advanced copies of Richard Mills' excellent and inciteful new monograph have finally been released. They will be available to buy online from Tauris very shortly: available here  

CEAS Lectures Spring 2018

  Please join us this spring for an excellent line-up of CEAS lectures. All lectures start at 6.30pm and most are in Lecture Theatre 1. Please note, however, Prof Curry's lecture is in Lecture Theatre 2. We look forward to seeing you there.   17 April - Prof Nick...

CEAS Lectures Spring 2018

  Please join us this spring for an excellent line-up of CEAS lectures. All lectures start at 6.30pm and most are in Lecture Theatre 1. Please note, however, Prof Curry's lecture is in Lecture Theatre 2. We look forward to seeing you there.   17 April - Prof Nick...

The J.R.JONES MEMORIAL LECTURE

Wednesday 9 May 2018, 5.30-7.30pm   From the North Sea to the wide Asian waters: Great-power struggles since the Anglo-Dutch wars, 1650-2050   PROFESSOR PAUL KENNEDY, YALE UNIVERSITY   THE J. R. JONES MEMORIAL LECTURE, 2018    Julian Study Centre,...

Thomas Otte to Host the J.R.JONES MEMORIAL LECTURE

The J.R. Jones Memorial Lecture Wednesday 9th May 2018 5.30pm-7.30pm Harvard Lecture Theatre at the Julian Study Centre at UEA   PROFESSOR PAUL KENNEDY ‘From the North Sea to the wide Asian waters: Great-power struggles since the Anglo-Dutch wars,...

HISTORY FOR ALL

History for All: Political Activism in the Past From the medieval period onward, political activism has often had profound and far-reaching effects which continue to shape our understanding of the present.  Following the success of last years inaugural event, the University of East...

Emma Griffin - Radio 4

  In 1918 Millicent Fawcett wrote, 'I can see no reason why the principle of equal pay for equal work should not in the course of a few years find an almost universal acceptance'. Many of the early feminist campaigners, like Fawcett, believed that from women's suffrage would follow...

Medieval History Seminars

  Medieval History Seminars: Mondays, 6.30pm, Arts 2.02. 5th March, Dr Gregory Lippiatt (UEA) 23rd April, Dr Peter Crookes (Trinity College, Dublin) 7th May, Dr Sean Cunningham (TNA)  

Working With Words

Working with Words 2018: A series of panels that bring together UEA alumni from a wide range of careers, to talk about their work, their industry and how they got started. 21 panels 40+ speakers - 3rd March 2018 at UEA Book your place on CareerHub!

National Student Survey

National Student Survey (NSS): This year’s National Student Survey (NSS) launches on 1 February, when all final year undergraduates have the chance to feed back their views on their experience at UEA. At the same time, the UK Engagement Survey (UKES) opens for non-final year under-graduates and...

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