Filmed talks

  • Recorded webinar series: Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the UN Convention on Genocide

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  • Virtual Branch recording: Tudor Liveliness?

    19th December 2023

    In Tudor England, artworks were often described as ‘lively’. What did this mean in a culture where naturalism was an alien concept? And in a time of religious upheaval, when the misuse of images might lure the soul to hell, how could liveliness be a good thing? In this talk...

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  • Virtual Branch Recording: The Women's World Committee against War & Fascism

    11th December 2023

    How did a group of women activists with varied ideological backgrounds construct several important campaigns against fascism in the interwar period? How did this Women's World Committee against War and Fascism (Comité Mondial des Femmes contre la Guerre et le Fascisme) undertake effective humanitarian and propaganda work and forge extensive...

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  • Film: Empires of the Normans

    3rd October 2023

    How did descendants of Viking marauders come to dominate Western Europe and the Mediterranean, from the British Isles to North Africa, and Lisbon to the Holy Land and the Middle East? In this Virtual Branch talk Levi Roach, author of Empires of the Normans, tells a tale of ambitious adventures and...

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  • Film: Medlicott Lecture 2023 - Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch

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  • Film: Henry Christophe, the Haitian Revolution and the Caribbean's Forgotten Kingdom

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  • Film: Living with Violence at the End of the British Empire

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  • Virtual Branch recording: The survival strategies of the Near Eastern powers facing Mongol invasion.

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  • Recorded Webinar: Mass-Observing Modern Britain

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  • Recorded webinar: Teaching the 'People's History' of the Munich Crisis

    Article

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