News in History and Cultures

Kafeneion: CAHA student podcast

Kafeneion: CAHA student podcast

Description
The CAHA Student Podcast gives you the opportunity to hear about the interests and experiences of students in the Department of Classics, Ancient History, and Archaeology at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
Monday 23 November 2020
US Election 2020: The Day and It's Aftermath

US Election 2020: The Day and It's Aftermath

Description
Michell Chresfield, Lecturer in US History on the ACS programme discussed the 2020 election and what comes next as part of the Belfast International Arts Festival.
Date:
Tuesday 10 November 2020
Report on 'Election 2020 - What Happens Next?'

Report on 'Election 2020 - What Happens Next?'

Description
The discussion featured a panelist of academics from across the university.
Date:
Friday 6 November 2020
Interviews carried out by the Archive of Activism project team in Ghana win first and second place in the Abena Korantemaa Oral History Prize.

Interviews carried out by the Archive of Activism project team in Ghana win first and second place in the Abena Korantemaa Oral History Prize.

Description
Last weekend, their interview with grassroots activist Hannah Owusu-Koranteng was awarded the Abena Korantemaa Oral History prize at the Pa Gya festival of the Writers' Project of Ghana.
Date:
Thursday 29 October 2020
CAHA Research Seminars 2020-21, Autumn semester

CAHA Research Seminars 2020-21, Autumn semester

Description
CAHA is delighted to announce the Department's autumn research seminar series.
Date:
Friday 2 October 2020
A Workshop on Rural Communities in Ancient Greece

A Workshop on Rural Communities in Ancient Greece

Description
A Workshop on Rural Communities in Ancient Greece is to take place on Zoom on the 30 October 2020.
Date:
Thursday 1 October 2020
100 Years of Greater Lebanon

100 Years of Greater Lebanon

Description
Dr Simon Jackson writes for History Today
Date:
Tuesday 29 September 2020
BRIHC seminar 2020/21 schedule

BRIHC seminar 2020/21 schedule

Description
The BRIHC Seminar Series consists of academic talks from world-leading researchers. It runs across the academic year and reflects the whole scope of scholarly fields represented in the School of History and Cultures.
Date:
Tuesday 22 September 2020
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