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Publishing history pedagogy

Date
Tuesday 15th June
Location:
Online (Microsoft Teams)
Description
A workshop for regional researchers on developing history pedagogy ideas for publication.

Lumsden Lecture 2021 -Krista Thomason

Date
Thursday 17th June
Location:
Online via MS Teams
Description
The Lumsden Lecture: Of Blue Skies: The Peril and Promise of Contempt. - Krista Thomason, Swarthmore College

Contemporary Political History Seminar 24 June

Date
Thursday 24th June
Location:
Online Webinar
Description
Seminars organised by History and Politics postgraduates - running online

The Creation of a Civic University

Date
Saturday 26th June
Location:
Online (Zoom)
Description
The Cust Foundation Lecture 2021 with Emeritus Professor John Beckett on the collegiate origins of the University of Nottingham.
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Dr Joseph Da Costa wins Leverhulme fellowship

Description
Dr Joe Da Costa, in the Department of History, has been awarded a Leverhulme early career research fellowship, which he will hold at University of Oxford.

Jeremy Taylor's Chineseness and the Cold War published

Description
Jeremy Taylor's 'Chineseness and the Cold War' has just been published by Routledge
Rob Lambert's environmental endeavours

Rob Lambert's environmental endeavours

Description
The latest activities from environmental historian and UoN Environmental Ambassador, Dr Rob Lambert.
Pre-Orders of Matthew Ward's paperback book available from August

Pre-Orders of Matthew Ward's paperback book available from August

Description
Paperback edition of Matthew Ward's book The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales: Politics, Identity and Affinity to be released in the autumn.

CRP secures additional funding

Description
Will Bowden secures Impact Accelerator funding for the Caistor Roman Project.
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