Changing Character of War, Trinity Term 2024: Week 5

21st May 2024, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Changing Character of War, Trinity Term 2024: Week 5

 

Prof. David V. Gioe, Kings College London Thomas Maguire, Leiden University

Spy and Tell: Why are governments publicly sharing more intelligence secrets than ever before?

 

Held in the Old Library.

All welcome, no booking required.

Changing Character of War, Trinity Term 2024: Week 2

30th April 2024, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Changing Character of War, Trinity Term 2024: Week 2

 

Lt Cdr Andrew Ward, CCW & Royal Navy

“Out of the Blue”: How the mirroring fallacy caused the late-Cold War Soviet Navy to surprise NATO and shaped the fleets we have today

 

Held in the Old Library.

All welcome to attend, no booking required.

 

Changing Character of War, Trinity Term 2024: Week 1

23rd April 2024, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Changing Character of War, Trinity Term: Week 1 

 

Lord John Alderdice, CCW

Some new insights into the psychology of individuals and large groups in a world of changing conflict.

 

Held in the Hovenden Room.

 

All welcome to attend, no booking required.

Medieval History Seminar Series Trinity Term 2024

Medieval History seminar series for Trinity Term 2024.

Mondays at 5pm Weeks 1-8.

All seminars except Monday 20 May will be in the Wharton Room at All Souls College.

The seminar on Monday 20 May (Week 5) will be held in the Old Library at All Souls College.

 

All seminars are on Teams

 

The Teams session can be accessed by logging in to Teams with your .ox.ac.uk account and joining the group “Medieval History Research Seminar” (team code rmppucs).

 

Events in this series

Medieval History Seminar Trinity Term 2024 - Week 8

10th June 2024, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Medieval History Seminar - Week 1 - Monday 22 April 2024

Katherine Jansen (Catholic University of America) ‘The Relics of Rome’.

 

5pm in the Wharton Room, All Souls College

 

All seminars are on Teams

 

The Teams session can be accessed by logging in to Teams with your .ox.ac.uk account and joining the group “Medieval History Research Seminar” (team code rmppucs).

 

Alternatively, you can use this link

 

If you have any difficulties please email: medhistsem@history.ox.ac.uk

Medieval History Seminar Trinity Term 2024 - Week 7

3rd June 2024, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Medieval History Seminar - Week 1 - Monday 22 April 2024

Peregrine Horden (All Souls, Oxford) ‘A room with a view: Chichele’s college’.

 

5pm in the Wharton Room, All Souls College

 

All seminars are on Teams

 

The Teams session can be accessed by logging in to Teams with your .ox.ac.uk account and joining the group “Medieval History Research Seminar” (team code rmppucs).

 

Alternatively, you can use this link

 

If you have any difficulties please email: medhistsem@history.ox.ac.uk

Medieval History Seminar Trinity Term 2024 - Week 6

27th May 2024, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Medieval History Seminar - Week 6 - Monday 27 May 2024

Laure Miolo (Lincoln, Oxford) ‘Establishing a school of astronomy and astrology in the fourteenth century? The case of the universities of Paris and Oxford’.

 

5pm in the Wharton Room, All Souls College

 

All seminars are on Teams

 

The Teams session can be accessed by logging in to Teams with your .ox.ac.uk account and joining the group “Medieval History Research Seminar” (team code rmppucs).

 

Alternatively, you can use this link

 

If you have any difficulties please email: medhistsem@history.ox.ac.uk

Medieval History Seminar Trinity Term 2024 - Week 5

20th May 2024, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Medieval History Seminar - Week 5 - Monday 20 May 2024

Charles West (Edinburgh), Helen Gittos (Balliol) and Mirela Ivanova (Sheffield), in discussion: Inventing Slavonic Cultures of Writing Between Rome and Constantinople.

 

5pm in the Old Library, All Souls College

 

All seminars are on Teams

 

The Teams session can be accessed by logging in to Teams with your .ox.ac.uk account and joining the group “Medieval History Research Seminar” (team code rmppucs).

 

Alternatively, you can use this link

 

If you have any difficulties please email: medhistsem@history.ox.ac.uk

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