CFP: The Great War at Home
The Anglo-American conference 2014
Next year’s Anglo-American conference takes as its theme the impact of the First World War on the locality and local institutions, on the family and social life, and on the memorialisation of war in the built environment and in private life.
If you are interested in participating in this conference with a panel please send in your proposal by 15th December 2013.
The London Arts and Humanities Partnership
LAHP is pleased to invite applications from outstanding candidates for AHRC/LAHP Doctoral Training Awards for 2014-15 entry. Up to 80 studentships are available for postgraduate research students who wish to aim for a doctorate in arts and humanities subjects at King's College London, the School of Advanced Study (University of London) or University College London, from the London Arts & Humanities Partnership (AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership).
The deadline for LAHP applications is 31st January 2014.
Today at the Institute
17:15, Room G21a (Ground Floor)Anne Logan (Kent)
17:15, STB2 (Stewart House, basement)Claudio Marsilio (ISEG Lisbon/IHR)
17:30, Room G37 (Ground Floor)Malcolm Vale (Oxford)
Tomorrow, 14:00, The Court Room (Senate House, first floor)Gabriel Moshenska (University College London)
Monday, December 09, 17:15, The Court Room (Senate House, first floor)Gagan Sood (LSE)
2013 Creighton lecture
Meeting my own history coming back: Jacob Bronowski’s MI5 files will be the title of the 2013 Creighton lecture, presented by Professor Lisa Jardine (Director, Centre for Editing Lives and Letters, UCL) on 10 December at 6pm in the Beveridge hall at Senate House. The lecture is free and open to all to attend.
New library acquisitions
- Added 1 Oct - The Decline of Jacobitism and the Rise of Irish Gallicanism
- Added 1 Oct - The Jacobite and anti-Jacobite Novel
- Added 1 Oct - Bonnie Prince Charlie on Screen
- Added 1 Oct - Jacobitism and anti-Jacobitism in the Atlantic Public Sphere, 1702-1727