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North African phosphate, global food regimes and the legacies of empire

North African phosphate, global food regimes and the legacies of empire
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Dr Simon Jackson discusses his current research project.
Date:
06/07/2016

´╗┐Birmingham Research Fellowship in History and Cultures opportunity

´╗┐Birmingham Research Fellowship in History and Cultures opportunity
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This fellowship offers an exciting opportunity to join the School of History and Cultures. We seek to appoint a scholar working on any aspect of imperial, global or transnational history from the ancient to the late modern period.
Date:
18/04/2016

Seeking legitimacy: authority and expertise in modern Britain

Seeking legitimacy: authority and expertise in modern Britain
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Call for papers for a two-day workshop for postgraduates and early career researchers that aims to explore the relationship between authority and legitimacy in modern Britain.
Date:
08/04/2016

The Victorians - a beginners guide

The Victorians - a beginners guide
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New book by Dr David Gange.
Date:
04/02/2016

Sticking the boot into charity

Sticking the boot into charity
Description
Charities are under assault. While many of us thought the Big Society was incoherent and full of empty rhetoric, in reality it ushered in one of the most sustained attacks on charities since legislation regulating their actions was first introduced...
Date:
26/10/2015

Canada's new prime minister: who is Justin Trudeau, and how did he win?

Canada's new prime minister: who is Justin Trudeau, and how did he win?
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After a hard-fought election, Canada's Liberal party has won a decisive parliamentary majority, and Canada will soon have an unfamiliar prime minister with a familiar last name. But 43-year-old Justin Trudeau's rise to the top of Canadian politics was far from certain...Dr Steve Hewitt writes for The Conversation.
Date:
23/10/2015

The Irish village of Ballymaclinton

The Irish village of Ballymaclinton
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PhD student Shahmima Akhtar is researching Commercial Exhibitions of the Irish in World Fairs' in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Britain and the US. Here she looks at an iconic Irish Village: "Ballymaclinton", repeatedly exhibited at World Fairs'.
Date:
20/10/2015

New Paths to Public Histories

New Paths to Public Histories
Description
New book by Kate Smith and Margot Finn.
Date:
15/10/2015

Cultural studies and the possibilities of academic collaboration today

Cultural studies and the possibilities of academic collaboration today
Description
Is it possible to do collaborative work in the twenty-first century university?
Date:
30/07/2015

The Conservatives, Britain and Europe: the remake

The Conservatives, Britain and Europe: the remake
Description
Professor Nicholas Crowson presents the lastest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
19/06/2015
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