Oxford Seminars

Oxford enjoys a thriving culture of research seminars, many of which regularly consider themes germane to the global history of conflict and approach the subject from a wide variety of perspectives. See below and also the menu under Events: Oxford Seminars and click on the link to the individual seminar programmes.

  • The Changing Character of War
  • Cultures of Power in the Long Nineteenth Century
  • Economic and Social History Seminar
  • Economic and Social History Graduate Workshop
  • Environmental History Seminar
  • Gender, Women and Culture Seminar
  • Global and Imperial History Research Seminar
  • History of Art seminars
  • History of Emotions Seminar
  • History of Medicine Seminars
  • History of Political Thought Seminar
  • Irish History Seminar
  • Legalism: Anthropology and History
  • Long 19th Century Seminar
  • Military History Seminar
  • Modern British History Seminar
  • Modern European History
  • Modern European Social and Cultural History Research Seminar
  • Modern German History Research Seminar
  • Modern Jewish History Seminar
  • Themes in the Modern History of Religion Seminar
  • Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre Seminar
  • Science, Medicine and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
  • South Asian Seminar Series
  • Transnational and Global History Seminar
  • War Crimes: Trials and Investigation Seminar

These seminars are directed primarily at postgraduate students and faculty. Undergraduates are usually welcome, however, as are interested parties from beyond the University; those who wish to attend in this capacity should contact the seminar convener(s).