Professor Simon Hall discusses the Hungarian Revolution 60 years on.
The award is from the AHRC Global Challenges Research Fund for a project working to support marginalised communities overseas.
In August this year, Indre Douglas, a current MA in Medieval Studies student, participated in the Central European University's (Budapest, Hungary) international undergraduate conference.
An exhibition charting the rise of synthetic fibres in everyday fashion: a collaboration between Enterprise of Culture, the Yorkshire Fashion Archive and ULITA - an Archive of International Textiles. Starts at 9:30 am.
Dr Adrian Gregory, University of Oxford: 'Localising and Globalising the Great War' Starts at 5:30 pm.
School of History, South Asian Studies Seminar. Delivered by Dr Sarah Hodges, University of Warwick 'Plastic history, caste, and the government of things in modern India' Starts at 5:00 pm.
Late Middle English literature, especially Langland, Chaucer and Chaucer reception, Female mysticism, including Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich, Heritage management and education, The portrayal of witchcraft in literature, medieval to modern
Research student profile
Post Civil War Southern and Black American Nationalism