Dr Adam Cathcart comments on the latest developments in North Korea and the United States’ foreign relations, arguing that the Americans have not been very critical of them despite recent events
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.
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.
20th Century European History, esp. Central and Eastern Europe; Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War; Politics of forced migration: ethnic cleansing and population transfers;
Research student profile
Thesis: Dante's Christology: Finding Christ in the Commedia