Professor Regina Lee Blaszczyk and Danielle Sprecher from the School of History will join a programme of speakers considering entrepreneurship in fashion at a conference this week, organised by The Enterprise of Culture (a collaborative research project funded by HERA II).
Mark Walmsley's article, "Tell It Like It Isn't: SNCC and the Media, 1960-1965," has been selected as the 2015 winner of the Ronald T. and Gayla D. Farrar Award in Media & Civil Rights History.
The Moveable Feast is a new programme of cross-disciplinary lunchtime talks organised by the LHRI in association with the Cultural Institute.
Joint Honours History student Beth Picott has reached the final stages of the Awards for her voluntary role in the development of the University Boat club.
Free 3 week online course 'World War 1: Changing faces of heroism' starts March 9th
As part of the 110 Anniversary Scholarships, the School of History and Institute for Medieval Studies is offering up to 5 fully funded doctoral scholarships. Deadline: 18th February 2015
The School of History’s AHRC-funded Cultures of Intelligence research project has a German partner project – also called Cultures of Intelligence - funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation.
Cambridge University Press have published Professor Julia Barrow new book The Clergy in the Medieval World: Secular Clerics, their Families and Careers in North-Western Europe, c.800-c.1200
Dr Andrea Major was filmed for a channelnewsasia documentary about Stamford Raffles last year.