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.
"Rethinking the American Civil War: Burying the Southern Narrative", a lecture by Willaimson Murray, Professor Emeritus of History at Ohio State University. Starts at 5:00 pm.
Dr Adrian Gregory, University of Oxford: 'Localising and Globalising the Great War' Starts at 5:30 pm.
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain; Yorkshire and the North; religious history; intellectual history
Research student profile
Relational sociology, Mediterranean studies, Prosopography, Norman kingdom of Sicily