WiP aims to go beyon d traditional areas of specialisation by bringing together students engaging with similar questions an d approaches, but working on different regions and time periods. Every week, three graduates present 20-minute papers that address a common issue in historical research (sources, methods, tools) or that engage in conversation with a theme which cuts across chronological and geographical boundaries.
The papers are followed by a 30-minute general discussion and by informal drinks in the Faculty’s Common Room.
For further information or to express interest in presenting next year, please email the convenors at firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
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