‘Class and Psychoanalysis: the ideas, practices and legacies of the Vienna and Berlin free clinics of the early 20th c’

Psychoanalysis and History Seminar, Spring 2019 Wednesdays 5.30 – 7pm Venue: room 320, Arts Two, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End, London E1 4NS. No booking required, all welcome February 20, Joanna Ryan (psychoanalytic psychotherapist; Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis): ‘Class and Psychoanalysis: the ideas, practices and legacies of the Vienna and Berlin free clinics of the early 20th c’
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History Acts Seeks Volunteers!

History Acts are looking to recruit a few people to be part of the core organisational team. Currently, History Acts organises a workshop once a month during the academic year at the Institute of Historical Research.  We are looking to add two or three people to our core team, to help organise and chair the monthly workshops and to expand our activities. As well as help with running the workshop we are particularly interested in: Podcasts to reach wider audiences; Developing this website in...
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Queer Beyond London finale recording now available!

At the British Library on the 14 November 2018, we celebrated the conclusion of the “Queer Beyond London: Sexualities and Localities 1965-2010” project and discussed the importance of local LGBTQ history work with a panel of experts. You can link to the sound recording on the QBL website here or copy and paste this address: http://queerbeyondlondon.com/uncategorized/queer-beyond-london-places-people-and-community-history/    
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Seminar Series in the History of Sexuality 2018-19 programme

Convened by the Raphael Samuel History Centre No booking required, just turn up. Seminars usually take place in the Pollard Seminar Room N301, unless otherwise stated*. The Pollard Room is on the third floor of the main IHR building in Senate House, London. PLEASE NOTE THAT VENUES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO A BOYCOTT. SEE HERE FOR UPDATED VENUE DEATILS For further information, please contact Craig Griffiths at c.griffiths@mmu.ac.uk Seminar web page at the IHR https://www.history.ac.uk/eve...
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Psychoanalysis and History Seminar

Due to the boycott of Senate House, most* sessions take place in room 320, Arts Two, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End, London E1 4NS. No booking required, all welcome Wednesdays 5.30 – 7pm January 23*: Rhodri Hayward (Queen Mary UL): ‘R. G. Collingwood and Margaret Lowenfeld: Toys, Magic and the Making of Interior Worlds’ February 6: Helen Tyson (Sussex): ‘”Forebodings about fascism”: Marion Milner and Virginia Woolf'. February 20: Joanna Ryan (psychoanalytic psychotherapist; Site ...
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Decolonizing Europe Series  (Conversations and Disputations)

Convened by Rob Waters (Birmingham) and Camilla Schofield (UEA) Part of the Conversations and Disputations seminar series, held at the IHR and supported by the Raphael Samuel History Centre. The sessions invite two or more speakers to consider the politics of decolonization in European history. 19 October 11:45 Conference: After Multiculturalism? Conversations between History and Sociology    Venue: IHR Wolfson Room NB01, Basement, IHR   16 November 17:30   Decolonizing Europe Series:...
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‘Pathologies of Solitude’ Seminar Series, Spring Term 2019

A seminar series sponsored by the ‘Pathologies of Solitude’ Project, Queen Mary UL and the Raphael Samuel History Centre.  Part of the ‘Conversations & Disputations’ Seminar Series, Institute of Historical Research Tuesdays, 6-8pm Venue: room 320, Arts Two, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End, London E1 4NS. For information please email C.Whitehead@qmul.ac.uk 22 January: David Vincent (OU). ‘Solitude and Loneliness. The Making of a Modern Panic’. Location: to be announced 19 Febru...
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‘How to Give up Plastic: Changing the World One Plastic Bottle at a Time’, Camilla Berens (Coordinator, Greenwich & Lewisham Greenpeace)

Time: Thurs 6 December 2018 at 5.45pm Place: Room QA063 (Council Room), Queen Anne Court, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London SE10 9LS (getting to Greenwich http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/travel/greenwich) Booking: All are welcome  but please register here on Eventbrite in case the room becomes fully booked: https://how-to-give-up-plastic-greenwich-rshctalk.eventbrite.co.uk About the talk: The shocking images of plastic pollution in our oceans has exploded into the...
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