News from the Department of History

Blue Revolution receives £179,312 Leverhulme Trust grant

Blue Revolution receives £179,312 Leverhulme Trust grant

Description
Professor Corey Ross of the School of History and Cultures will research and write the first history of the international effort to develop fisheries in the global South during the 'long 20th Century' (1870s to present).
Date:
15/12/2017

BRIHC at Being Human

Description
Public enthusiasm for engaging the insights that arts and humanities researchers can bring to contemporary matters of concern is as high as ever. As a small band of University of Birmingham historians recently discovered when they took part in this year's Being Human Festival.
Date:
04/12/2017
Leather, Beer and Hammers at Lunchtime

Leather, Beer and Hammers at Lunchtime

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Tom Rusbridge, a third year AHRC funded PhD student in the Department of History presents at the 2017 Being Human Festival.
Date:
28/11/2017
Must bankers be bad?

Must bankers be bad?

Description
Tom Cutterham, lecturer in United States History, discusses the moral complexities behind the University of Birmingham's event 'Must bankers be bad?'
Date:
16/11/2017
Lucie Ryzova secures prestigious grant

Lucie Ryzova secures prestigious grant

Description
The Past & Present Society will fund the conference which will be held here at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
13/11/2017
Laura Beers wins the Stansky Book Prize

Laura Beers wins the Stansky Book Prize

Description
The Stansky Prize is awarded annually by the North American Conference on British Studies.
Date:
07/11/2017
A Summary of my Time at Küçükyalı ArkeoPark

A Summary of my Time at Küçükyalı ArkeoPark

Description
Doctoral researcher Jessica Varsallona reflects on her career as Byzantinist and her time at Küçükyalı ArkeoPark.
Date:
07/11/2017
Four College of Arts and Law academics awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize

Four College of Arts and Law academics awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize

Description
Four academics from the University's College of Arts and Law have each been awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize, recognising that their outstanding research work has attracted international recognition and that their future career is exceptionally promising.
Date:
03/11/2017
Luther's musical legacy is the Reformation's unsung achievement

Luther's musical legacy is the Reformation's unsung achievement

Description
Jonathan Willis, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History, writes for the Conversation.
Date:
01/11/2017

Making cultural heritage digitally accessible

Description
The University of Birmingham participates in a Europe-wide partnership led by Kiel University for modern teaching in Classical Archaeology
Date:
27/10/2017
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