Funding success for: Men and "Prophetia"23 June 2010The Department is pleased to announce Dr Anke Holdenried's success in being awarded £5,812 from the British Academy to support her current monograph project on 'Men and "Prophetia" in the Medieval Church'.
Unearthing the secret history of militarized landscapes4 June 2010Tanks, bombs and soldiers may be the immediate occupants of the vast swathes of militarized territories across the world, but do they have other functions and meanings? A new book that takes an unprecedented look at these places holds some unexpected answers.
Social and Animal Histories of Bristol Zoo10 May 2010Applications are invited for two fully-funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards, to work on the 'Social History of Bristol Zoo and the 'Animal History of Bristol Zoo'.
Chih-yun Chang's PhD10 May 2010Chih-yun Chang successfully passed his PhD viva on on 'The Chinese State, The Maritime Customs And The Chinese Staff, 1900 - C1960'.
British Historical Statistics Project (BHSP)10 March 2010The British Historical Statistics Project (BHSP) will be officially launched at the Economic History Society annual conference at the University of Durham on 27 March 2010
Dr Rowe on 'In our time'9 March 2010Dr Dorothy Rowe will be appearing on BBC Radio 4's discussion programme 'In our time' on Thursday 18 March 2010.
Dr Pemberton speaks on the economic crisis7 February 2010Dr Hugh Pemberton presente 28 Jan a paper, based on his article 'Macro-economic crisis and policy revolution', at an event held at the Institute of Public Policy Research, a think tank.
Lecture series by Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor, Bernard McGinn5 February 2010Professor McGinn is Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology and of the History of Christianity in the Divinity School and the Committees on Medieval Studies and on General Studies. He works in the history of Christianity and the history of Christian thought, primarily in the medieval period. He will be visiting the Department of History from 22 February 2010 to 19 March 2010.
Prof Christine MacLeod inaugral lecture14 January 2010On Monday 22 February, 5.30pm, Professor Chris MacLeod, will be giving her inaugural lecture on: The Industrial Revolution - still cause for celebration?;
Ronald Hutton and the Manx Witches14 January 2010Professor Ronald Hutton to give a public lecture in the Isle of Man on 'The Changing Face of Manx Witchcraft', 15 January 2010.