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Sister Societies

Here you will find links to other PG Student Societies and networking groups in the University of Birmingham. If you run such a society and would like to be represented here please contact us.

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Birmingham Eighteenth Century Centre.

Birmingham Eighteenth-Century Centre (BECC) is one of the largest eighteenth-century centres in the UK, bringing together researchers with a research interest in the long eighteenth century from across the University, the West Midlands, and beyond.  It is a multi-disciplinary centre, with representatives working across a broad range of fields including History, English, Modern Languages, History of Medicine, Music and History of Art.

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Like Al from Cal GS on Facebook! Community Hub for the College of Arts and Law Graduate School you can also follow him on Twitter!

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Rosetta Forum and Journal (formerly known as the IAA).  Join them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter.

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‘Birmingham Egyptology is a study group bringing together current postgraduates with alumni and other academics associated with University of Birmingham to work on a variety of projects relating to the culture, archaeology, and history of ancient Egypt’. Follow Birmingham Egyptology on Twitter.

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Early Medieval Medieval Renaissance Reformation and Early Modern History Forum. Also join them on Facebook!

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Blog of the Modern Contemporary History Centre

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Associated Journal for History and Cultures. Like them on Facebook.

Or Follow them on Twitter.

History and Cultures Workshop

Also in collaboration with the Modern Contemporary History Society.


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