|Girton College are delighted to invite you to a conference to celebrate the work of Betty Wood and Alastair Reid will take place in the Stanley Library.
The conference is entitled ‘Society and Social Movements’, and will have sessions on labour history, slavery, the colonial American South, gender history. It will be the College occasion to congratulate Betty and Alastair on their retirement.
To RSVP please email, Dr Simone Maghenzani ( firstname.lastname@example.org), by Sunday 15 January 2017.
Programme of events
Dr Simone Maghenzani
The Mistress of Girton College, Prof. Susan J. Smith
For Betty Wood
HISTORY OF THE COLONIAL AMERICAN SOUTH
Chair: Dr Nick Guyatt (Trinity Hall, Cambridge)
Speaker: Prof. Tim Lockley (Warwick)
Discussant: Dr Ben Marsh (Kent)
HISTORY OF GENDER AND SLAVERY
Chair: Dr John Thompson (St Catharine’s College, Cambridge)
Speaker: Dr Inge Dornan (Brunel)
Discussant: Dr Sarah Pearsall (Robinson College, Cambridge)
Responding remarks: Betty Wood
11.40 am COFFEE BREAK
For Alastair Reid
HISTORY OF BRITAIN’S TRADE UNIONS
Chair: Dr Paul Ryan (King’s College, Cambrige)
Speaker: Prof. Peter Ackers (De Montfort University)
Discussant: Dr James Moher (King’s College, London)
HISTORY OF BRITISH SOCIETY AND POLITICS
Chair: Prof. Simon Szreter (St John’s College, Cambridge)
Speaker: Dr Ben Griffin (Girton College, Cambridge)
Discussant: Prof. Eugenio Biagini (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)
Responding remarks: Alastair Reid
BUFFET LUNCH, OLD HALL
We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of: The Trevelyan Fund (Cambridge History Faculty); The Ellen McArthur Fund (Cambridge History Faculty); The Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust.
|Location : Stanley Library, Girton College
Contact : Dr Simone Maghenzani ( email@example.com)