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World of the Newport Ship: conference success 25 July 2014 In July, Dr Evan Jones and Dr Richard Stone convened a 'sell-out' conference on The World of the Newport Ship. The conference explored the history and archaeology of one of the largest and best-preserved medieval merchant ships ever found.
  • World of the Newport Ship: conference success 25 July 2014 In July, Dr Evan Jones and Dr Richard Stone convened a 'sell-out' conference on The World of the Newport Ship. The conference explored the history and archaeology of one of the largest and best-preserved medieval merchant ships ever found.
  • End of a great year 24 July 2014 On 18 July our History BA students graduated, with many coming along to a party in the School of Humanities after the ceremony. In all, 124 students received BA degrees this year, 28 of whom received Firsts.
  • In June... 7 July 2014 Our third year students came to the end of their degree programmes. This was a great year for our undergraduate students, who continued to produce excellent research projects in all years. Over a quarter of our final-year students received first-class honours in History.
  • Jonathan Saha offered AHRC Fellowship 3 July 2014 Jonathan Saha offered AHRC Fellowship
  • 'Know your Bristol' nominated for Public Engagement award 11 June 2014 The 'Know your Bristol' team have been nominated for a national award in the Engage Competition organised by the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement.
  • In May... 4 June 2014 We had a busy month, with our undergraduate students taking their exams (and colleagues marking them) as well as hosting a wide range of activities during our annual Past Matters Festival of History
  • History Undergraduate Organises Badger Culling Debate 20 May 2014 Final year undergraduate History student Ben Eagle recently organised a debate at the University on the controversial issue of culling badgers in the United Kingdom (15 May).
  • Robert Bickers - 'Getting Stuck In For Shanghai' 9 May 2014 Congratulations to Robert Bickers for the appearance of his new book, 'Getting Stuck In For Shanghai', published as a smart paperback by Penguin.
  • In April... 1 May 2014 Our third year students completed writing their undergraduate dissertations on the usual unbelievably diverse range of topics!
  • In March... 4 April 2014 Kenneth Austin delivered a paper entitled 'Fear and (Self-)Loathing: Expressions of Religious Anxiety in Early Modern England' at the Mapping Metaphor, at the University of Glasgow on 28 March.
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