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LHPC 2023

This year's Lancaster Historical Postgraduate Conference theme is 'Continuity and Change'. All LHPC 2023 panels will be held in person.

The conference will take place on Thursday 29 June and Friday 30 June 2023. Register your attendance here.

Tickets for speakers are £20. Tickets for poster presenters are £10. Tickets for audience members are free, but you must register.

The programme for LHPC 2023 is now live! You can read it here.

This conference was funded by the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership, part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Keynote Speaker

Dr Lucio Biasiori

Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Padua

Continuity and Change in the Social Life of Emotions: the Long Life of the Child of Babylon (1319-1793)

Submissions

Submit a Paper

Submit your paper abstract or poster outline (150-250 words) in its relevant form to: adminLHPC@lancaster.ac.uk

Papers will be 20 minutes in duration. You may also submit a panel - see our Submission Guidance page.

Publish

With EPOCH Magazine

If you think that your research would make a good magazine article, visit the EPOCH website or email epoch@lancaster.ac.uk

EPOCH is a fantastic opportunity for early career historians to publish and share their work. EPOCH provides a great space for our conference attendees to develop their public profile and share their research.

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