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LHPC Histfest 2022

This year's Lancaster Historical Postgraduate Conference theme is 'Movements and Transitions'. Following the success of last years 'hybrid' style conference, the LHPC Histfest 2022 will continue in this format, with panels both online and in person.

We welcome historically themed papers from across the Arts and Humanities. Papers can cover any stage of research, from completed projects to preliminary studies.

The conference will take place on Monday, 27th and Tuesday, 28th June 2022. 

Register your attendance here!

Keynote Speaker

Dr David Petts

Associate Professor of Archaeology

Durham University


Island transformations: uncovering early medieval Lindisfarne

'Kaleidoscope Histories'


Professor Naomi Tadmor


Dr Fiona Edmonds

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Professor Julia Gillen

Dr James Taylor


Submit a Paper

Submit your paper abstract or poster outline (150-250 words) in its relevant form to:

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


With EPOCH Magazine

If you think that your research would make a good magazine article, visit the EPOCH website or email

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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