Exploring the category of age as a mode of historical analysis for all periods and places, this seminar series is hosted by the Institute of Historical Research in London. Occurring throughout the UK academic year, you can register to attend events online, and catch up on papers through the seminar's video channel. 

To join the mailing list for the seminar, please contact Catherine Freeman at [email protected]


18 January 2022, 5:30PM - 7:00PM

Rachel Bynoth (Bath Spa University) - "The anxieties of the eighteenth-century lifecycle: A case study of Mary Ann Hunn"

1 February 2022, 5:30PM - 7:00PM

Phoebe Gill (University of Birmingham) - "Let’s Talk About Sex: Sex and Bodies in Twentieth-Century Publishing"

1 March 2022, 5:30PM - 7:00PM

Elisabeth Yang (Rutgers University) - "Constructing Moral Babies: Medical and Scientific Enterprises of Infancy in America, 1850s-1920s"

15 March 2022, 5:30PM - 7:00PM

Laura Carter (Universite de Paris) - "British women and the secondary modern school, 1946-1972"

The Children's History Society is a non-for-profit society promoting the history of children and youth in the United Kingdom and the world.
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