August 30, 2017: “Brexit-Trump: What's Next for the US, UK, and the EU?” (Conference). Organized by Anglo-American American Studies Program.
September 6, 2017: “Politics as Literature” (Conference). Co-sponsored by Blurring Genres Network.
October 26-28, 2017: “Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present” (Conference). Organized by the Department of English.
December 8, 2017: “Sculpture and the Decorative in Britain” (Conference). Organized by Imogen Hart and Claire Jones (University of Birmingham).
January 16, 2018: Martin Wolf, “From Brexit to Donald Trump: How Far Does the Economy Explain the Rise of Populism and Nationalism?” (Underhill Lecture). Organized by the Anglo-American Studies Program.
March 14, 2018: "Feminism and Politics in 1980s Britain", featuring Judy Walkowitz (Johns Hopkins), Stephen Brooke (York Canada), Christopher Lawson (PhD Candidate, Dept. of History, UC Berkeley), and Sarah Stoller (PhD Candidate, Dept. of History, UC Berkeley)
April 20, 2018: “The Decentered State” (Conference).
May 4, 2018: “Community Governance and Counterterrorism: Policies, Practices, and Lessons” (Conference).
February 7: Richard Price: Contemporary British Collections at the British Library
April 14-15: Logic and Literary Form
April 21: Decentering European Governance
April 28: Inside Co-production (Conference).
August 11-14: 24th Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism: Romanticism and its Discontents
October 7: Interpreting the English School in International Relations
October 13: Underhill Lecture: Niall Ferguson, Making Britain Great Again? Lessons for America from Brexit.
November 3: Jon Wilson: The Chaos of Empire
November 10: Abdul R. Janmohamed: Sambo: a (Post)Colonial (Mis)Education
November 10: Daniel Stedman Jones: The Neoliberal Origins of the New Progressive Politics
November 15, 2016: Victorian Liberalism and the Effect of Sovereignty: A View from the Settler Periphery