History Society

Queen Mary, University Of London (QMUL)

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 Queen Mary History Society Welcome to Queen Mary History Society!QMUL's History Society is open for anybody with an interest in history, irrespective of period or topic - it doesn't matter if you don't even study history now, or if you're an undergradutate, postgraduate, alumni or staff! Over the next year we aim to provide a platform to discuss a whole range of historical topics from a whole host of cultures and perspectives (as well as letting you all let off some steam from studying hard through our social events!), so we really do have something for everybody. We also provide a great framework to befriend students in different years, as well as gain some insight into the wide range of options avaliable to historians after graduation!!! What sort of events can I expect?As part of our aim to provide a space for everybody, we're putting on a super wide range of events for our members this year! Most are free for paid members, whereas some incur a subsidised cost - we really do have something for all budgets and interests! Some examples of events we aim to hold this year include: Museum trips Staff vs student quizzes Film screenings and talks Pub crawls Afternoon teas and catch-up Industry talks Academic panels and discussions Trip abroad General drop-ins.  Themed history events. History ball.All the events depend on the governmental guidance and covid restrictions.  The Committee!President: Rosie Matthews (r.e.matthews@hss20.qmul.ac.uk)Vice-president: Madison Miller (m.e.miller@hss20.qmul.ac.uk
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