STUDENT-LED INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCES 

 

 

Transnational Disruptions: Decline, Renewal, or Change?

The erosion of the post-Cold War liberal international order

Conference date: TBC

 


Better Practice: Neurodiversity, cognition and creativity in the arts and humanities

Conference dates: TBC

 


Anti-racism in Britain: Histories and Trajectories

Conference dates: TBC

 


Inhuman Memory: Race and Ecology Across Timescales

Conference date: 14th May 2020

Registration open here

 


Limits and Boundaries in the History of Political Thought

Conference dates: TBC

 


Habit in the Long Eighteenth Century

 
Call for papers deadline: 31st May 2020
 
Conference dates: 16th & 17th October 2020
 
 

Memory, Identity and the Remediation of Musical Lives

Conference dates: 7th & 8th May 2021

 


 

PREVIOUS STUDENT-LED CONFERENCES 

Aby Warburg Reading Group

Third/fourth Friday of the month | February–June 2020 | 16:00–17:00

The Idea of Europe in Literature, Philosophy and the Arts: History and Current Debate

Full programme available here

Conference date: 5th March 2020

Time, Tense and Genre in Ancient Greek Literature

12th September 9:45 am – 6.00 pm & 13th September 9:00 am – 6.00 pm

For more information, the full programme and registration please click here.

Epistemologies of Memory

12th September 8.30 am – 6.00 pm & 13th September 9.00 am – 5.oo pm

The programme can be viewed here.

Invitation to Configurations of Empire 17-18th August 2019, Bush House

A two-day work-in-progress conference, King’s College London 

For more details please click here.

Classical Displacement(s) one-day conference – 23rd November, Senate House 

Please visit the conference website for full details: https://classicaldisplacement.wordpress.com

Iberian (In)tolerance: Minorities, Cultural Exchanges, and Social Exclusion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Era  – 8th November 2018, Senate House & 9th November, King’s College

Please visit the conference website for full details

(DE)CONSTRUCTING MASCULINITY: Manifestations of Maleness, Male Sexuality and the Male Body in Greco-Roman Antiquity – 1st & 2nd November

Please visit the conference website for full details

Meaning, Intention and Authority: What determines the meaning of a literary or legal text? – 19th & 20th October

Full details and bookings available here

Enquiries should be directed to: elizabeth.coulter.15@ucl.ac.uk

Mythological Panoramas – 4th October

Please visit the conference website for full details

Action: Arrest – Performance, protest, and the law – 29th September

Please visit the conference website for full details

New Dialogues in Art History at The Warburg Institute – 26th September

Please visit the conference website for full details


In order to mark the arrival of the LSE as an associate member of LAHP and to encourage students at KCL, UCL, SAS, QM and the LSE to meet and discover commonalities in research themes and methods, LAHP has sponsored and funded three one-day student-led conferences on the general theme of overlap, cross-fertilisation, and collaborative potential between the Humanities and Social Sciences

1. Cross-disciplinary approaches to the study of knowledge-making in the early modern world (1450-1800)

With the support of the London Arts & Humanities Partnership (LAHP), the Dr Williams Library hosted a student-led interdisciplinary conference on the overlap, cross-fertilisation, and collaborative potential between the Humanities and Social Sciences across studies on the history of knowledge-making in the early modern world (1450-1800), 14th October 2017.

Please click here for the conference programme.

To read more on the event, follow this link.

2. (Im)mobility: Dialectics of Movement, Power and Resistance
Keynote speaker: Dr Alexander Samson, UCL

The London Arts and Humanities Partnership is pleased to announce the cross-disciplinary student-led conference (Im)mobility: Dialectics of Movement, Power and Resistance, which will be hosted by The London School of Economics (28 November 2017).

Please click here for the full Call for Papers or visit the conference website where the programme is available.

To read more on this event, follow this ink 

3. Memory and Space

Confirmed keynote speakers: Professor Slawomir Kapralski, Pedagogical University of Cracow and Professor Patrizia Violi, University of Bologna

With the support of the London Arts & Humanities Partnership (LAHP) and the Institute of Modern Languages Research (IMLR), we are pleased to announce a student-led interdisciplinary conference ‘Memory and Space’ held at Senate House on 30th November 2017.

The conference is open to all PhD and ECR candidates from any department within Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences.

The conference seeks to widen the traditional understanding of memory through exploration of literal and figurative spaces, bringing together postgraduate students and early career researchers working within this much discussed and diverse topic.

Enquiries should be directed to memoryandspace@gmail.com

To read a full report on this event, please visit the webpage: www.lahp.ac.uk/memory-and-space

4. Immigration and its Modern Literature(s) in Britain – 13th June UCL

Full programme is available here