A talk on a more positive aspect of the wartime experience for prisoners of war who had already been through the hell of battle, wounding and incarceration – humanitarian internment in neutral Switzerland.
An examination of tomb types in different communities along the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic Seas and in the Apennines. What can this category of evidence tell us about identities and a sense of belonging to different social and political networks?
Compared to other academic disciplines, History gets a lot of prime time TV and radio time. It’s consistently popular, but what are the effects of the compromises needed to keep the viewers and listeners happy? This talk will give you an opportunity discuss how history has been broadcast.
The Vaughan Tradition is an event to gather stories, pictures and memories from those who worked or studied at Vaughan College.
Due to measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, this session has been rescheduled from the original May-June dates and will now take place in the Autumn term. The History of The Book Part 1 You might