Exciting and flexible post-doc position as an Engagement Fellow on ‘Living with Dying: Everyday Cultures of Dying within Family Life in Britain, c.1900s-1950s’ project. The closing date is the 7 March
Professors Gregory Radick (PRHS) and Graham Loud (History) have been awarded two-year Major Research Fellowships by the Leverhulme Trust for original research projects commencing this year.
Three projects involving academics from across the Faculty have each received funding from the AHRC Translating Cultures and Care for the Future Innovation Awards on International Development.
Judith Jesch, Professor of Viking Studies and Director for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham Starts at 5:30 pm.
Part of the Interdisciplinary Renaissance and Early Modern Seminar (IREMS) series, this talk will be given by Dr Alex Bamji. Starts at 5:15 pm.
Part of the South Asian Studies Seminar series, this talk will be given by Dr Mark Condos (Queen Mary University of London). Starts at 4:00 pm.
History of the United States; the American South; the civil rights movement; post-1945 social and political history.
Research student profile
Exploring support for animal welfare and animal rights amongst Black American social justice activists, in the nineteenth and twentieth century United States.