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Angles 3: Another Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference on Cultural History
Birkbeck, University of London
Saturday 28 May 2011, 9:30–5:30
Following the success of the Angles conferences in 2009 and 2010, we are returning in 2011 with another one-day event. The aim of the conference is to bring together a range of postgraduate perspectives on cultural history from across the disciplinary spectrum. The focus will be on unusual topics or unconventional approaches to otherwise familiar topics.
Free. Click here to register.
- Translating the Coded Image: X-Ray Diffraction Crystallography and the Festival Pattern Group. Emily Candela (London Consortium)
- The Poetics of Bodily Transplantation, 1702–1902. Paul Craddock (London Consortium)
- Discriminating Fossils: The Crystal Models Belonging to the Watt Family, c.1800. Jane Insley (Science Museum)
- A Genealogy of Pin-Up in the Nineteenth Century. Elena Lipsos (Exeter)
- Advertising Television: The Importance of Non-Programming Sources to British Television History. Dale Moler (Central Michigan)
- Masculinities in the Coffee-Houses and Molly-Houses: Performing Transgressive Male Sociability in London 1690–1740. Joanne O’Brien (Independent)
- Evidence Destruction and its Consequences in William Robertson’s History of America. Asheesh Siddique (Columbia)
- Thanksgiving in Ancient Greece: Conventional Piety or “Christianizing Assumptions”?. Theodora Jim (Oxford)
- Reconsidering the Sexual Behaviour of Medieval Clerics: A Non-Valid Statistical Analysis. Brian Creese (Birkbeck / Institute of Education)
- The Residential Park: An Early Nineteenth Century Space for the Early Twenty-First Century. Elizabeth Nathaniels (Birkbeck)
- Ibadan: The Contradictions of Culture at a Colonial University, 1948–60. Tim Livsey (Birkbeck)
- Music in the Casa: A Reflection of Cultural Changes in Renaissance Venice. Bláithín Hurley (Cambridge)
Organised by Natalie Joelle <email@example.com>
Angles 3 continues the model established by James Emmott, Rachel Richardson and Thomas Turner and is generously supported by the Roberts Career and Skills Development Fund, Birkbeck College.