Political History Research Group seminars
The Political History Research Group offers occasional seminars and events, to which all are welcome.
Edinburgh is one of the most active centres for the study of political history. Our members research within every historical period (from ancient to contemporary) and within a wide range of geographical contexts, covering all aspects of the subject from intellectual history to the study of elections. Our links with political scientists in the School of Social and Political Science provide interdisciplinary perspectives.
Time and location
Times and venues differ depending on the format of the events. Please check details in the table below.
Everyone is warmly welcome.
|Date||Speaker||Topic||Time & venue|
|Friday 22 Nov||David Kaufman||Work-in-progress paper - 'The “One Guilty Nation” Myth: Edith Durham, R.W. Seton-Watson and a footnote in the history of the outbreak of the First World War’|
|Monday 25 Nov||Simon Heffer||‘Asquith, Lloyd George and the Coup of 1916’||5.15pm, Usha Kasera Lecture Theatre, Old College|
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