We have a vibrant academic and student body who are often featured in the press. Many of our academics contribute to national and international radio and television shows.
Professor Christina von Hodenberg presents at the Max Planck Institute
Dr Mark Glancy presents at BAFTA
Dr Mark Glancy will introduce a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). The members of BAFTA voted on which film would be screened for their annual members-only Christmas Heritage Screening, and Hitchcock's classic thriller was the winner.
Dr Glancy is the author of The 39 Steps: A British Film Guide and teaches an undergraduate module, Introduction to Film History: Alfred Hitchcock
Eleanor O'Keefe wins a Gerda Henkel Prize
History PhD student Eleanor O'Keefe has won a prestigious Gerda Henkel Foundation Bourse. Applications for this prize come from PhD students across the globe. For the past two decades, The International Research Centre of the Historial de la Grande Guerre has provided a hub for a network of academics intent on pushing the boundaries of historical research into the Great War. The historians closely associated with this Centre have been pioneers. Individually and collectively they have raised the bar, encouraging the adoption of new approaches and fresh perspectives that have made the historiography of the Great War so rich and diverse in recent times.
Professor Quentin Skinner on BBC One's Imagine
Dr Jeremie Barthas and Professor Quentin Skinner present at Columbia University
Dr Jeremie Barthas and Professor Quentin Skinner are both presenting at The International Conference Liberty and Conflict: Machiavelli on Politics and Power on 6th December at Columbia University. Dr Barthas will present on 'Financial order and political disorder in Machiavelli'. Prof Skinner will present on 'Machiavelli on Describing the Vices as Virtues'.