Upcoming events

24
Feb 2020
Portrait of jane Rogers

Keele Hall Readings

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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26
Feb 2020
Group photo of the quartet on blue wall

Four of the UK’s most exceptional young string players brought together by a shared belief in the visceral power of the string quartet.

Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building 7:30PM
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9
Mar 2020
Author Oz Hardwick talking into a mic

Keele Hall Readings

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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11
Mar 2020
Group in front of brick wall

Sparkling female vocalists Papagena sing medieval, classical, folk and contemporary a cappella from around the world.

Keele University Chapel 7:30PM
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23
Mar 2020
books in light

Keele Hall Readings

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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25
Mar 2020
Musical colourful notes

The last word in Celtic Gypsy Klezmer. A contagious epidemic of folk in a joyously wild maverick mix.

Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building 7:30PM
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27
Apr 2020
Books

Keele Hall Readings

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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Past events

12
Feb 2020
Image of the trio

This trio explores the meeting point of two musical worlds: classical music and jazz. Enjoy an evening rich in melody that explores the timeless art of improvisation.

Keele University Chapel 7:30PM
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11
Feb 2020
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10
Feb 2020
Books in shape of heart

The Valentine’s Open Mic Night returns! Join us for an evening of readings by Keele’s very own creative writing talent.

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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5
Feb 2020
Music icon image

Three recent Keele Music Graduates who have since progressed into Conservatoire PG Performance courses and University Masters Performance study return to present a combined recital.

Keele University Chapel 1:15PM
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27
Jan 2020
Portrait image of Poet Helen Ivory

Poet and visual artist, Helen Ivory joins us at Keele Hall.

University Common Room, Keele Hall 7:30PM
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22
Jan 2020
The Telling performance

Into the Melting Pot - A combination of music and theatre which fuses a plethora of extraordinary instruments including the Arabic oud and sounds from the rich cultural heritage of the Iberian Peninsula in the Middle Ages.

New Vic Theatre, Etruria Rd, Newcastle under Lyme ST5 0JG 7:30PM
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23
Nov 2019
Open Day Saturday 23 November 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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13
Oct 2019
Open Day Sunday 13 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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12
Oct 2019
Open Day Saturday 12 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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18
Aug 2019
Open Day Sunday 18 August 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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15
Jun 2019
Open Day Saturday 15 June 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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16
May 2019
Interdisciplinary seminars: Corruption and office-holding in Britain and its empire, 1600-1850

‌Several times a semester we hold interdisciplinary research seminars on early modern studies. All are welcome to attend.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 4:00PM
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8
May 2019
Research seminar: Hacker intimacies

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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27
Mar 2019
Research seminar: Chimpanzee auto/biography

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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20
Mar 2019
History research seminar: Fortuna and the nobilissimi mores: The ever-expanding border of tenth-cent

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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13
Mar 2019
Image from lost warrior of face up close

Lost Warrior follows Al-Shabaab-regretter, Mohammed, who was recruited at a young age by the terrororganisation Al-Shabaab back in England.

Salvin Room, Keele Hall 5:30PM
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13
Mar 2019
History research seminar: Checking normality’s privilege: On the persistence of the natural and unna

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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8
Mar 2019
 Eighteenth-Century Textual Studies at Lichfield

8 Mar 2019 to 9 Mar 2019

Two-day workshops for postgraduate students and early career researchers, focusing on all aspects of textual studies, including manuscripts, print, editing, the book trade, and the history of reading. Leading academics will give lectures and run hands-on workshops with participants.

Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum in Lichfield 9:00AM
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6
Mar 2019
Interdisciplinary seminars: Chamber pots at dawn? Nuisance, neighbours, and the politics of sanitary

‌Several times a semester we hold interdisciplinary research seminars on early modern studies. All are welcome to attend.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 4:00PM
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27
Feb 2019
History research seminar: Performing unity and friendship: the meetings of Mussolini and Hitler

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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15
Feb 2019
 Eighteenth-Century Textual Studies at Lichfield

15 Feb 2019 to 16 Feb 2019

Two-day workshops for postgraduate students and early career researchers, focusing on all aspects of textual studies, including manuscripts, print, editing, the book trade, and the history of reading. Leading academics will give lectures and run hands-on workshops with participants.

Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum in Lichfield 9:00AM
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13
Feb 2019
Research seminar: The walking library: a mobile reading room

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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6
Feb 2019
History research seminar: The modernity of being anti-modern: mountaineers in turn-of-the-century En

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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30
Jan 2019
Interdisciplinary seminars: The unprinted manuscripts and unpainted murals of John Clerk of Penicuik

‌Several times a semester we hold interdisciplinary research seminars on early modern studies. All are welcome to attend.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 4:00PM
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23
Jan 2019
Research seminar: Utopia in the Anthropocene

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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10
Dec 2018
Keele writing events: Christmas open mic

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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5
Dec 2018
Interdisciplinary seminars: Archbishop Laud and the prosecution of William Prynne's Histrio-Mastix

‌Several times a semester we hold interdisciplinary research seminars on early modern studies. All are welcome to attend.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 5:30PM
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5
Dec 2018
History research seminar:Learned law and the performance of English kingship during the reign of Hen

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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3
Dec 2018
Keele writing events: Ghost stories at Keele Hall

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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28
Nov 2018
History research seminar: Institutional gardens in the long eighteenth century: sites of economic ne

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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27
Nov 2018
History lecture: Aethleflaed, lady of the Mercians

The lecture was established in memory of John Levitt, formerly senior lecturer in adult education who taught classes, primarily in English. There have been eight lectures so far. In the tradition of Keele adult education the lectures are open to the public and have free admission.

Chancellors Building, Westminster Theatre 2:00PM
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21
Nov 2018
History research seminar: The psychology of antisemitism revisted

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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19
Nov 2018
Keele writing events: Roz Goddard and Deborah Alma

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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14
Nov 2018
Research seminar: A sheep in the cradle

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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12
Nov 2018
Keele writing events: Helen Parr

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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5
Nov 2018
Keele writing events: WW1 poetry event in association with Keele communities together

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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24
Oct 2018
History research seminar: Canon law on the Peripheries: re-thinking reform in eleventh-century churc

Attendance at these lectures and seminars is usually free and always open to interested visitors.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 3:30PM
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22
Oct 2018
Keele writing events: Tessa Hadley

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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17
Oct 2018
Interdisciplinary seminars: The royal mistress in mezzotint: engravings and the London print market,

‌Several times a semester we hold interdisciplinary research seminars on early modern studies. All are welcome to attend.

Chancellors Building, CBB0.030 4:00PM
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3
Oct 2018
Research seminar: Stony stories of Melbourne: Memories, connections, affects

We regularly host research seminars throughout the year and invite scholars from a variety of institutions. All are warmly welcome, especially postgraduate and undergraduate students.

Walter Mobely Building, WM0.04 2:15PM
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18
May 2018
Occasional lectures: Memorial seminar and tree dedication ceremony

Memorial Seminar. WS0.06, William Smith Building 'The map that almost was. Collecting information for Gregory King's projected map of Staffordshire, circa 1680.' Dr Colin Phillips, Manchester University. Tree dedication in the grounds of Keele University. Guests of honour Mrs A Davies and Ms Penny Davies.

William Smith Building WS0.16 12:30PM
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24
Apr 2018
Keele writing events: What we write and introducing the Poet Laureate of the Potteries

Keele has a vibrant creative writing culture. Keele Writing events take place in the lavish Senior Common Room in Keele Hall and feature readings from poets and novelists of international standing. The events are free of charge and open to all. They're a must for all passionate readers and lovers of literature. All are welcome.

Keele Hall: Senior Common Room 7:30PM
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14
Apr 2018
History lecture: The Ranulf Higden society lecture

Kingship, Court and Society: The Chamber Books of Henry VII and Henry VIII The Writing of Petitions in Late Medieval England

Claus Moser Research Centre 11:00AM
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