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Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home

Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home
Description
IIICH is delighted to be working in partnership with organisations in USA and Argentina for the delivery of an international conference on the theme of migration heritage in Buenos Aires in 2017.
Date:
28/09/2016

New Visiting Lecture Series Announced

New Visiting Lecture Series Announced
Description
The series will focus on a range of heritage themes and will feature eminent speakers from the sector.
Date:
28/09/2016

furnace new edition released, call for papers announced

furnace new edition released, call for papers announced
Description
furnace is the Postgraduate Journal of the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, edited by doctoral researchers in the department.
Date:
28/09/2016

IIICH Students at the World Archaeological Congress

IIICH Students at the World Archaeological Congress
Description
Two of our doctoral researchers write about their experiences at a major international conference in Kyoto, Japan.
Date:
28/09/2016

European Day of Languages

Description
Third-year PhD student Antonia Wimbush celebrated European Day of Languages at Wakefield Girls' High School Junior School.
Date:
28/09/2016

New dance, music, light and textile project

New dance, music, light and textile project
Description
Caroline Radcliffe has been collaborating on a new dance, music, light and textile project with South Asian Arts in Leeds.
Date:
27/09/2016

Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law

Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law
Description
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili has been contracted by Routledge to take over updating and editing Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law, one of the main textbooks in international law
Date:
26/09/2016

The Fruits of Freedom in British Togoland: Literacy, Politics and Nationalism, 1914–2014

The Fruits of Freedom in British Togoland: Literacy, Politics and Nationalism, 1914–2014
Description
Book review of Dr Kate Skinners new book by The American Historical Review.
Date:
23/09/2016

I Love Dick and Bridget Jones are back, but not much has changed for women since the 90s

I Love Dick and Bridget Jones are back, but not much has changed for women since the 90s
Description
The enduring appeal of Bridget Jones and why nothing has changed for women since the 1990s - Lecturer in Contemporary American Literature, Rachel Sykes, writes for The Conversation.
Date:
23/09/2016

Zimbabwe's Migrants and South Africa's Border Farms : the Roots of Impermanence

Zimbabwe's Migrants and South Africa's Border Farms : the Roots of Impermanence
Description
Book review of Dr Maxim Bolts new book by Reviews in History.
Date:
22/09/2016
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