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Humbug and Welsh Hindu: a small history of race, language and begging in nineteenth-century Liverpool, Prof. Martin Johnes, English Local History Seminar Series

3 December, 2:15 pm

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At 2:15pm on Thursday 3rd December 2020 Prof. Martin Johnes will give a presentation entitled ‘Humbug and Welsh Hindu: a small history of race, language and begging in nineteenth-century Liverpool

Seminars begin on Thursdays at 2.15pm unless otherwise arranged. Normal practice is for a talk of 45-50 minutes chaired by a member of Centre staff, followed by questions from the audience. Owing to the Coronavirus pandemic, we anticipate that the autumn, and possibly spring semester sessions also, will  be delivered as online talks, via the University’s Blackboard Collaborate system.

You can join these sessions from your home computer via Blackboard Collaborate. You do not need to download any special software to join these sessions. Simply click on the link below which acts as an entry key into the virtual seminar room. Sessions will open 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the presentation. Please ensure that your video and microphones are off during the presentation. There will be opportunities to ask questions directly afterwards.

https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/89eb8bf38ca746feb155ca9fdcda7fcb

English Local History Seminar Series, 2020-2021

Centre for English Local History, 5 Salisbury Rd, LE1 7QR, University of Leicester

Details

Date:
3 December
Time:
2:15 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organiser

Centre for English Local History
Website:
www.le.ac.uk/elh/

Venue

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