Dr Andrea Major considers some of the facts behind the BBC period drama Taboo
Adam Cathcart speaks to the Guardian about how Kim Jong-un's multilingual, well-travelled older brother might have helped the country towards reform.
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
We are looking for a new Lecturer in International History, the role will focus on post-1945 history. The closing date for this role is the 1st March.
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
Professors Gregory Radick (Philosophy, Religion and History of Science) and Graham Loud (History) have been awarded Fellowships by the Leverhulme Trust.
Three projects involving academics from across the Faculty have each received funding from the AHRC Translating Cultures and Care for the Future Innovation Awards on International Development.
Professor Simon Ball explains his favourite books written about El Alamein and what makes them so interesting.
A new £5m University sports facility has been named after History graduate Jonny Brownlee and his brother Alistair, who won silver and gold respectively in the triathlon at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.