Christopher Tobin (School of History, International History and Politics) comments on the need for government to focus on university mental health services.
The lecture will be given by Lyndal Roper, Regius Professor of History at the University of Oxford. The lecture will be held on the 8th February and is open to all.
An exhibition called Health: Looking at Life from Cradle to Grave has just opened in the Health Sciences Library in the Worsley Building.
Dr Elisabeth Leake's new book; The Defiant Border has been published by Cambridge University Press
Dr Laura King is one of the keynote speakers at the Seen But Not Heard? Conference at the University of Sussex on the 18-20th January
Dr Elisabeth Leake and Dr Jesús Cháirez-Garza will be speaking as part of the Centre of South Asian Studies Seminar series held at the University of Cambridge.
The book about 1956’s place in history by Professor Simon Hall (History) is reviewed in the Times Literacy Supplement
1956 was an extraordinary year in history, listen to the new episode for Dan Snow's History Hit: 1956, The World in Revolt by Professor Simon Hall
Adam Cathcart, writes about the work and successes of History PhD student, Alexander Shaw