11 October 2022: A Panel Discussion about finding a job with a US History PhD, 6-7pm, (Zoom).
Erin Bartram, Mark Twain House
Oenone Kubie, Oxford University
Nicole Gipson, Journal of American Studies
9 November 2022: Prof Brenda Stevenson (Oxford) HRC / SHAW (2pm, Zoom) The Enslaved Black Family.
13 December 2022: Charlie Jeffries (Sussex) in conversation with Grace Watkins (Yale Law School) about Jeffries, Teenage Dreams: Girlhood Sexualities in the US Culture Wars (2022) (6-7pm, Zoom)
17 January 2023: Fiona de Londras (Birmingham Law School), “’Through Vicious Propaganda and Legislative Moves’: Ireland-America Entanglements in Post-Roe Anti-Abortion Legal Experimentalism” (6-7pm, Zoom)
7 February 2023: Hélène Charlery (Toulouse), “Race, Gender and Biopics: Reclaiming Genres and the Historical (6-7pm, Zoom)
8 March 2023: International Women’s Day Lecture Mara Keire (Oxford) Joint HRC / SHAW 2pm, (Hybrid /MMU) “’Just Kidding’: Humour and Sexual Harassment since the 1970s”
10 May 2023: Shannon Eaves (College of Charleston), ‘Sexual Violence and American Slavery’ (title tbc), HRC / SHAW 2pm, (Zoom)
6 June 2023: Richard Bell (Maryland), Get Out: Streetcars and the Gendered Politics of Segregation in Jim Crow New York, (6-7pm, Zoom).