Sword-bearing knights, costumed dancers, and craftspeople will all descend on Leeds next week (3-6 July) for the 24th annual International Medieval Congress (IMC) at the University of Leeds.
Charlotte Tomlinson, a PGR student in the School of History has launched The Hull Blitz Trail, a new heritage walking trail in Hull which explores local stories of the Second World War in the city.
We are looking for a Lecturer in African Studies, 3 years fixed term. The closing date for this role is the 10th July
Adam Cathcart's talk will be reflecting on the impact of Soviet art on North Korean art and culture.
Professor Manuel Barcia (History – AHC) authors this piece arguing that it will be ordinary Cubans who will suffer from Trump's absurd foreign policy on Cuba.
Professor Edward Spiers (History – AHC) contributes to a discussion about the renewed threat of chemical and biological weapons for this NPR-affiliated programme.
James Cowan, the chief executive of the landmine clearance charity The Halo Trust, is profiled ahead of a public lecture entitled 'Waterloo Revisited' on Thursday 16 June
'From Empire to Exile' is one of 6 titles to have been shortlisted for the Royal Historical Society's 2017 Gladstone Prize.
This two day conference organised by our Research Cluster “War and Peace”, in combination with our new MA in “War & Strategy” will cover a diverse range of topics from some very prominent speakers