From the hairy-faced poilus of French infantry soldiers of World War I, to the shaggy-bearded hipsters of modern day Shoreditch, (via the ludicrously-mustachioed Australian cricket team of the 1970s and 80s) hair, and more...
The MARS programme for 2017/18 is now available: begins October 2017. Click on Events to find out more.
Tuesday 10 October, 4:15: Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (NUI Galway): 'When did the Anglo-Saxons Come to England? The 8th-c. Race to Discover the Date of the Adventus Saxonum & the Beginnings of Anglo-Saxon History' - Jessop West
Tuesday 24 October, 4:15: Simon Maclean (St Andrews)
‘The End of the Carolingian Empire and the Origins of the Castle in Western Europe’
Tuesday 14 November, 4:15: John Watts (Corpus Christi College, Oxford): ‘Re-thinking the Henrician Reformation: Church, State and Religion, c.1450-c.1550’
Tuesday 28 November, 4:15: Neville Morley (Exeter): ‘Frugality and parsimony: making sense of Roman economic thought’