Ian Wei short-listed for History Today prize13 December 2012Ian Wei has been short-listed for The Longman / History Today Book of the Year Prize for 2013. This is for his monograph Intellectual Culture in Medieval Paris (CUP, 2012).
Jonathan Saha publishes in Past & Present15 November 2012Dr Jonathan Saha has just published an article in Past & Present, one of world’s leading history journals. The article reconsiders the nature of ‘the rule of law’ in colonial contexts.
Hugh Pemberton publishes in leading journal8 November 2012Dr Hugh Pemberton has just published an article in Economic History Review (the World's leading economic history journal) that has 'lessons in it for today's policy makers'.
Dean Blackburn passes PhD6 November 2012The department congratulates Dean Blackburn, who has successfully passed his viva with Prof. Richard Toye (Exeter) and Dr James Thompson (Bristol).
Funding for Orchards Past, Present and Future2 November 2012Professor Peter Coates has received £7,310 to pursue a 7-week (or equivalent) project entitled ‘Fallen Fruits: Mapping Orchard Decline in the Quantock Hills at Parish Level with Tithe Record and Map Data’.
History students get essays published29 October 2012Two Bristol History students have recently had essays published in online academic journals. Eve Worth publishes an essay based on a third-year Special Subject essay, while Tom Bailey does the same with an MA Option unit essay.
Prof. Hutton pays tribute to Dr Ian Keil23 October 2012Professor Hutton pays tribute to Dr Ian Keill, who made large and regular donations over the last six years to support doctoral students in the Department.
PhD Student investigates Avonmouth's Past15 October 2012Departmental PhD student, Roger Bingham, starts a public search within Bristol for those who can help his investigation of Avonmouth's chemical works.