Thursday 3 October 2017, 5pm to 6pm in lecture theatre MH002, Inaugural Lecture: Professor Sibel Yamak, Professor of Management- Layering and delayering governance: What do we see when we study corporate governance at multiple or single levels?
6-8 September 2017: Centre for Historical Research Events Conference - El Alamein and the Mediterranean Campaign 1942: Seventy-Five Years On
Thursday 1 June 2017, 5.30pm to 7pm: Football and War Network Inaugural Seminar - 'Invaluable for Morale & Training: Football, the British Army, and the First World War'
Thursday 1 June 2017: Examining the Far Right in the Midlands - one day conference
24 – 25 May 2017: Faculty of Social Sciences Researcher Skills Development Programme - Quantitative Research - Workshop 3
Thursday 11 May 2017, 5pm to 6pm: Inaugural Lecture - Professor Keith Gildart, 'Whatever Happened to Labour History? Work, Class and Culture in Twentieth Century Britain'
Saturday 6 May 2017, 10am to 5.30pm, MH002: First World War Research Group study day ‘Military Operations on the Western Front in 1917’
Tuesday 2 May 2017, 5.30pm to 6.30pm: Inaugural Lecture - Professor George Kassimeris 'Why Do Terrorists Give Up?'
Tuesday 25 April 2017, 4.00pm to 7.00pm: Wolverhampton Lecture by Professor Gary Sheffield: At the Mercy of Fate? - Shaping the Soldier’s Experience of War - lecture organised by University of Wolverhampton Doctoral College. Open to the public, free, pre-booking required
15 March 2017, 1pm to 2pm: Centre for Historical Research Seminar - 'Mad Mitch’s Tribal Law: Britain’s Withdrawal from South Yemen and its Consequences' - Dr Aaron Edwards, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst - Room MH108/109 - all welcome
Thursday 9 March 2017, 6.30pm: France under Friendly Bombs, 1940 to 1945. Part of the Trenchard Lecture Series. Open to the Public, booking advisable.
Saturday 25 February 2017, 10am to 5.30pm: First World War Research Group study day 'New Plans and New Allies: 1917'
Wednesday 1 March 2017, 5.30pm to 7pm: Public lecture 'Rethinking Lawrence of Arabia and the Palestine Campaign, 1917-2017'. Speaker Dr Rob Johnson, Pembroke College, Oxford.
Wednesday 8 February 2017, 1pm to 2pm, MU407, Centre for Historial Research Seminar 'Blood Brothers in Arms - The First Nations of Canada in the Great War'
Wednesday 7 December 2016, 4.30pm refreshments, lecture starts 5.30pm: Professor Graham Brooks Public Inaugural Lecture, Criminology of corruption: Unexplored avenues of prevention?
Wednesday 30 November 2016 - Professor Peter Walton Public Inaugural Lecture 'The Future of Insolvency Law: From Ear Cropping to a Catalyst for Enterprise' - 5pm refreshments, lecture starts 6pm. Venue The Forum for refreshments, then Lord Swraj Paul Building for lecture. To book a place please email FOSSresearch@wlv.ac.uk
Tuesday 15 November 2016, 5.00 - 7.30pm in MH002 The Sir Richard Evans Talk - The Pursuit of Power draws on a lifetime of thinking about nineteenth-century Europe to create an extraordinarily rich and entertaining panorama of a continent undergoing drastic transformation. The book reignites the sense of wonder that permeated this remarkable era, as rulers and ruled navigated overwhelming cultural, political and technological changes.*The author will be signing copies of his book after the talk at the discounted price of £16 (RRP £35)
Wednesday 19 October 2016, 5.30-7pm: Western Front Association Open Public Lecture. Guest speaker Professor Elaine McFarland (Glasgow Caledonian University) on Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston (1864 – 1940) at Gallipoli. The event is free. Room MC001. To book your place email Phylomena Badsey, Western Front Open Public Lectures Co-ordinator on P.Badsey@wlv.ac.uk
Thursday 15 September, CHORD Conference on 'Retailing and Distribution before 1600', in MH108/9 and MH110. You can come along to individual sessions if you can't make it to the whole day: papers range from 'Advertising and Identity in Roman fixed-point retail establishments in Pompeii' to 'Make it rain: cunning folk and the sale of magical services in England, 1350-1650'.
22 July, 5.30pm to 7.30pm: Public Inaugural Lecture by Professor Laura Ugolini - 'A dismal round of servile drudgery'? Male shopkeepers in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century England, Venue MA133 (Wulfruna Buildiing)
22 June 2016: MH002 Lecture Theatre at 5.30pm - The 1916 Battle of the Somme Reassessed - Professor Gary Sheffield Public Inaugural Lecture
13-15 July 2016: Children and War: Past and Present - Multidisciplinary Conference (University of Salzburg, Austria)
15 September 2016: CHORD Conference and call for papers: ''Retailing and Distribution before 1600'.
9 June 2016: MC001 at 6.30pm: Public Lecture, Tactical Air Power Development in Britain, 1940-1943, Dr Matthew Powell (Independent Scholar) part of the Trenchard Lecture Series - Dr Powell will examine the development of air power in Britain during the early years of the Second World War. Free but pre-booking is required.
9 June 2016: CHORD Workshop and Call for Papers: 'Frills and Furbelows? Textile Ornamentation and Dress Adornment in Museums and Historic Houses', 9 June 2016, University of Wolverhampton
27 May 2016: MU504/505 - How does life course affect entrepreneurial behaviour and earnings? A guest seminar by Professor Julia Rouse (Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University). Free, however booking is required - email email@example.com.
24 May 2016: CHORD Workshop and Call for Papers: 'Retailing, Distribution and the Family: Historical Approaches', 24 May 2016, University of Wolverhampton
Monday 25 April: MC001 at 6pm: Guest lecture - 'Easter 1916: The Irish Rebellion' by Professor Charles Townshend (University of Keele)
Wednesday 20 April 2016 at 2pm - 4pm , MU505: Management Research Centre Seminar - "Disentangling the relationship between HRM practices and individual job performance: The role of engagement and age diversity climate" by Dr Alessia Sammarra, Univeristy of L'Aguila, Italy
Wednesday 13 April 2016 at 5pm: Guest lecture - 'Online misogyny – a challenge for (legal) regulation?' by Olga Jurasz (Open University) and Dr Kim Barker (University of Wolverhampton), MU 514, Lord Swraj Paul Building (Business School) - open to the public, booking required.
Wednesday 9 March 2016, 1-2pm in MC226: Centre for Historical Research Seminar 'The British Army and the EOKA insurgency, 1955-59' Speaker: Professor David French (University College London). All welcome
10 March 2016, 6.30pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘Planned Development or Haphazard Evolution? No. 617 Squadron, 1943-45 - (MC001) *please note that entry is free but must be booked through RAF Cosford's website here: https://royalairforcemuseum.digitickets.co.uk/event/1341095?catID=5211
Wednesday 24 February 2016, 1-2pm in MC408: Centre for Historical Research Seminar: The American Way of War: Historical Debate and Current Events, Professor Brian Linn (Texas A&M University Fulbright Distinguished Chair, University of Birmingham) - All welcome
Wednesday 10 February 2016: Centre for Historical Research Seminar, 1-2pm MC408 Precarious lives: Stigmatising and de-valuing the working class - Dr Lisa McKenzie (London School of Economics), All welcome
6 January 2015, 5.30pm: Professor Kate Moss - Inaugural Professorial Lecture "Women Rough Sleepers: Homelessness and Domestic Abuse" (MC001). PUBLIC event
Weds 13 January 2016, 1-2pm, Centre for Historical Research Seminar: Prof Paul Dixon (Kingston) War and the Militarisation of British Society and Democracy (MC225)
9 December 2015, 1pm, Centre for Historical Research Seminar: 'God's footballer: Rev K.R.G. Hunt - Oxford Blue, FA Cup Winner, England International and Muscular Christian' by Professor Dilwyn Porter, De Montfort University (MC437).
25 November 2015, 5pm: Centre for Historical Research Student Seminar: 'The Shifting Significance of Historical Dress: The Museum Life of the Hodson Shop Collection, 1983-2015' - Jenny Evans (UoW) (MC419)
19 November 2015, 6pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘Drone Wars: The Politics and Ethics of Remote Operations’ - Dr Peter Lee (MC001) *please note that entry is free but must be booked through http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/whats-going-on/events/drone-wars/
11 November 2015, 1pm: Centre for Historical Research Seminar: 'Never the Same Again'?: Reassessing the women's support movement during the Miners' Strike - Dr Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite (UCL) and Dr Natalie Thomlinson (UoW) (MC225)
8 November 2015, 1pm: Centre for Historical Research Seminar: 'An accidental reporter: a naval chaplain’s view of the Royal Navy 1933-1944, from church service and photographic records' - William Scarff (UoW) (MC416)
22 October 2015, 6pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘The Trick Cyclists: Neuropsychiatry and the Management of Aerial Warfare, 1939-1945’ - Lynsey Shaw (Royal Aeronautical Society, London)
22 October 2015, 6pm: Crystal Lecture: Developing the next generation of management and leadership - Mike Clasper, CMI President (MC001)
15 October 2015, 1pm: Law Research Centre Journal Club: 'Financing Fiasco - Fortune or Folly' - Professor Peter Walton (MC353)
10 September 2015, 9am: CHORD Conference 'Retailing and Distribution History' (MC331)
25 June 2015, 6pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘The Royal Air Force and Losing Air Superiority in the Far East, 1941-1942’ - Dr Peter Preston-Hough (MC001). This event is free but seats are limited so pre-booking is required (please follow hyperlink).
16 June 2015: University of Wolverhampton Research Conference and Poster Competition
11 June 2015: CHORD Workshop 'The Creation, Collection and Care of Textiles and Dress in Museums and Historic Houses'
3 June 2015, 6.30pm: Professor Stephen Badsey – Inaugural Professorial Lecture “The Media and the Art of War since Napoleonic Times” (MC001). PUBLIC event
28 May 2015, 2pm: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Cluster Seminar - Dr Jonathan Scott (University of Teeside) (Chaplaincy) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
21 May 2015, 6pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘Tedder, Intelligence and Operation CRUSADER ’ - Sebastian Cox (Royal Aeronautical Society, London)
20 May 2015: PhD Annual Progress Review Day – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
20 May 2015, 5pm: Imperial War Museum Lecture: 'Responses to War, 2014 and the Centenary of the First World War' - Diane Lees (MC001)
13 May 2015, 12noon: Alessia Sammarra (University of L’Aquila, Italy) 'Age-related discrimination in the labour market and at work' (MNb04) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
13 May 2015: CHORD Workshop 'Rural Retailing and Distribution in History'
6 May 2015, 1pm: The Improbable War: China, The United States and Logic of Great Power Conflict - Professor Christopher Coker (MA030)
22 April 2015, 1pm: Law Research Centre Journal Club '"Folly on Wheels" - an examination of the prosecution of vehicular offences in Crewe 1896-1939' Dr David Cox (MC408) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
21 April 2015, 1pm: Professor Archie Brown "The Myth of A Strong Leader" (MA030)
16 April 2015,12noon: Dr Geraldine Brown "Murdering People and Protecting Caterpillars" (MD165)
25 March 2015, 1pm: Law Research Centre Journal Club - John Cotter: 'A delicate balancing act: independence and accountability at the Court of Justice of the European Union' (MC408) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
19 March 2015, 6pm: Trenchard Lectures in Air Power Studies: ‘‘Official squeamishness’ and the Bomber Offensive of the Second World War.’ - Air Commodore (ret’d) Dr Peter Gray (MC001)
27 February 2015, 11am: PhD Seminar (MC225) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
25 February 2015, 1pm: Centre for Historical Research Staff Research Seminar - Dr Stefan Manz (MC326)
18 February 2015, 1pm: Law Research Centre Journal Club – Kim Barker: ‘Mistaken hate – securing gaming regulation for the future?’ (MC408) – UoW Staff and Students ONLY
18 February 2015, 1pm: Centre for Historical Research Staff Research Seminar - Professor John Callaghan (MC326)
29 January 2015, 5pm: ‘A Life in Science - Gifted by the Kindertransport’ Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture (MC001)>
28 January 2015, 11am: Management Research Centre Research Conference (Chaplaincy)
27 January 2015, 10am: PhD Training Workshop
22 January 2015, 6.30pm: Andrew Hambler Book Launch – UoW Staff and Students and invited guests ONLY
7-9 January 2015: "Beyond camps and forced labour" (Imperial War Museum, London)>
8 November 2014, 10am: First World War Research Group ‘Soldiers and Sisters: British Medicine on the Western Front’ (MC401)
23 October 2014: Crystal Lecture ‘Building a World Class Business from Scratch.’ - Sir Peter Rigby
11 September 2014: CHORD Conference 'Retail Work: Historical Perspectives'