Recent news items involving colleagues from the Faculty.
Professor Stuart Taberner and Professor Paul Cooke have been awarded three grants by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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.
The inaugural event from the 'Postcolonial Cultures of Corruption: Towards a Comparative Framework' Sadler Seminar series. Starts at 4:00 pm.
Dr Elay Schech (University of Pittsburgh HPS Department) will speak on, ' The Exploratory Role of Idealizations and Limiting Cases in Models' Starts at 3:15 pm.
This fascinating public lecture will be delivered by Dr Penelope Curtis, Director of the Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon. Starts at 5:30 pm.
Alaric's research focuses on Britain and Scandinavia, 500-1600. He is also working on medievalism, particularly in modern Icelandic culture.
My thesis examines the impact of the Victorian mind sciences on urban women. It is an interdisciplinary project, encompassing a study of women's writing, and research into the history of psychiatry.