Will Fowler's new history of the Mexican 1857-61 Civil War was published on 21 February 2020
The Department of German will be hosting the German Jewish author Max Czollek as a writer in residence from 9 to 15 February 2020
The School hosted French writer Laurence Tardieu as writer in residence from 11 to 29 November 2019
On 25 November 2019, Dr Saeed Talajooy gave BIPS 2019 Annual Lecture entitled ‘The Depiction of the Intelligentsia in Early
Twentieth-Century Iranian Drama’
French department took part in a creative competition co-organised with the Universities of Napier and Edinburgh
While out in Berlin, Tom Smith has been following the events in the run-up to the
30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989.
Victoria Donovan’s monograph Chronicles in Stone: Preservation, Patriotism and Identity in Northwest Russia has been published with Cornell University Press.
The “Enthusiasm” exhibition exploring historic migration from South Wales to Ukraine at the turn of the twentieth century is continuing its tour of Ukraine.
Claire Whitehead has been awarded £11,496 by the University’s Knowledge Exchange and Impact Fund for Stage 2 of her ‘Lost Detectives’ project.
Seán Allan co-convened a series of panels on ‘Documenting socialism: East German perspectives on documentary film’ at the annual meeting of the German Studies Association in Portland, Oregon.